Tunnel Warfare Site

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About 60 kilometers (37 miles) northeast of Beijing, the memorial of Jiaozhuanghu Tunnel Warfare Site is a striking reminder of China's efforts to repel Japanese occupation during the Second World War.

An 800-metre-long tunnel and a five-storey blockhouse have now been renovated and opened to the public to commemorate the use of tunnel warfare during China's War of Resistance against Japan (1937-1945). Within you can find meeting rooms, command posts, individual shelters and warehouses.

Admission is free.

To get there, you can take bus route 934 from Dongzhimenwai to Jiaozhuanghu (东直门外-焦庄户).

Learn more about the tunnels and survivors who experienced Jiaozhuanghu's tunnel warfare.
Venue name: Tunnel Warfare Site
Opening hours: 8am - 6pm
English address: Jiaozhuanghu village, Longwantun town, Shunyi district
Chinese address: 顺义区龙湾屯镇焦庄户地道战遗址纪念馆
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