This is an inland aquarium which exhibits numerous species of under water creatures. Dolphin shows take place daily and are a highlight of this aquarium. A panda house is located nearby as well.
Admission: Y 110 [Adults]; Y 60 [children]- includes admission fee for Beijing Zoo
Address: Gaoliang Qiao Xiejie 18 B
Kids will love to see the planets and solar system here as well as explore the telescopes scattered around.
Address: 138 Xizhimenwai Dajie
Paleozoological Museum of China
Children will love to walk amongst the remains of the dinosaurs exhibited here.
Address: 142 Xizhimenwai Dajie
Beijing Natural History Museum
This would be an interesting and at the same time educational outing for children who will get to view the skeletal remains of some of the dinosaurs that roamed China eons ago in addition to underwater creatures and other insects and living things.
Address: 126 Tianqiao Nandajie
This is a fantastic and enjoyable place for adults and children alike. It's a great place to view wildlife in conditions far different than those in a zoo. The Milu are a rare kind of deer which were on the verge of extinction towards the end of the Qing Dynasty. As a result of the efforts of Lord Bedford, Milu from all over Europe were brought to this Park and their numbers have gone up significantly. The World Extinct Wildlife Cemetery should definitely be visited to learn more about other endangered species. Historically these grounds are important since this is where the Yuan, Ming and Qing rulers hunted and carried out military exercises.
Timings: Daily 8 A.M- 5 30 P.M
Admission: Y 20
Address: Nan Haizi Milu Yuan