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Beijing Old Hutong Half Day Tour: Pedicab Ride and Local Experience

Beijing Old Hutong Half Day Tour: Pedicab Ride and Local Experience


Discover the soul of Beijing during a pedicab ride through the city

4 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted


  • Tour the streets of Beijing in a pedicab for a true authentic experience
  • Visit with a local family to get a glimpse into their daily lives
  • Explore Prince Gong´s Mansion and traditional Beijing courtyards
  • Climb Drum Tower for beautiful panoramic views of the city


  • Round Trip Transfer from most Downtown Beijing Hotels
  • Main Entrance Fees
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Air-Conditioned Coach

  • Optional Gratuities
  • Lunch

Please Note

  • Please notify at least 72 hours in advance of health conditions, special food requests, or if you are physically challenged

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From US$105

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Beijing Old Hutong Half Day Tour: Pedicab Ride and Local Experience

4 Hours

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Enjoy an authentic Beijing experience in a pedicab as you tour the hutongs (narrow streets and alleys) in the city's Shichahai neighborhood. Watch culture come alive through the stone drums located in front of each gate, and see the layout of traditional Beijing courtyards. You will even have the unique opportunity to meet a local family! With a local guide, visit a Beijing family for about 15 minutes to see how they live their daily lives; interact with this family and form a connection between your cultures.

Visit the Drum Tower, built during the Yuan dynasty over 700 years ago; climb the tower of this historic symbol of Beijing for beautiful panoramic views of the city. Prince Gong’s Mansion was the private home of He Shen, an important official during Emperor Qianlong's reign. During Emperor Xianfeng's reign, it was given to Prince Gong and is now the most well-preserved mansion in Beijing, attracting thousands of visitors each year!

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