Terracotta Warriors in the UK
Liverpool World Museum
The famous Terracotta Warriors are an army of intricately-carved sculptures of the soldiers of China’s first Emperor, Qin Shi Huang. Discovered in 1974, the Terracotta soldiers are believed to date back to the third century BC, and were sculpted to guard Qin Shi Huang’s tomb.
The unique Chinese Terracotta soldiers are returning to the UK for the first time in a decade and are being exhibited alongside some fascinating ancient Chinese artifacts never seen before in the UK.
This unmissable exhibition is taking place at Liverpool’s World Museum from the 9th February to 28th October 2018, and Shearings can take you there with our amazing new Terracotta Warriors breaks. We have a range of two, three and five day packages between April and October for you to choose from.
This is a historical tour and once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won’t want to miss! Book now and see some of China’s fascinating history right before your eyes.
Don’t miss out! Book your place now.