Worth visiting but like all of Changchun attractions not ready for tourist market. We caught the light rail but then had to walk around to the other side, about 2kms to get in with my elderly parents. Once inside very nice but needs to be preserved more, an interesting time in Chinese history when the Japanese ruled Manchuria and used the last Emperor as the ruler.
They killed a lot of people although Changchun city is set up well because of the Japanese.
As they get around to making it an attraction will get better.
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