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This is a combo tour that you can do together with the Bird's Nest National Stadium, as they are both located just opposite each other at the Beijing Olympic Park. Visiting the Olympic Park is free of charge, unless you would like to make a...More
This large aquatic centre was built for the 2008 Summer Olympics. It is beautiful inside and out. It is a great place to take young kids who enjoy swimming and playing in the water park. The water slides tend to be the favourite of many...More
When we went to visit the water park in early November, we were very surprised to find it was shut down for the “off-season”. Not sure when it will re-open and all online information suggested it was still open daily. Strongly recommend calling ahead.
I visited the Water Cube back in June 2018. All I can say is that it is beautiful but if don't set your bar too high. It is better to visit the Water Cube at night when they turn on the light but the Bird...More
We decided to visit the Olympic area and we entered in the Water Cube looking forward to seeing the Olympic pools where all the events happened. We were greatly disappointed. From the glory days, only the swimming pool remains, no the public stands or where...More
While in Beijing, decided to try famous Water Cube Olympic size swimming pool. Entrance fee 60RMB for 2 Hrs. Inside the building, there are lots to see: Art Gallery, Viewing Decks to Recreation Swim Pool, Warming Up pool and Olympic Size Pool, Restaurants, and Fast...More
Don’t need to buy tickets going inside of the building. just take subway to Olympic park station, pass security check, and walk around the building. Bird’s Nest is in front of the building. I arrived too early, and waited a long time for lit the...More