The most famous attraction in Lintong is the Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum. This museum houses one of the largest collections of terracotta figures ever discovered, which were buried with Emperor Qinshihuang to protect him in his afterlife. Other attractions include Huangling Temple, which dates back to the Tang dynasty (618-907); and Dayan Pagoda, a large nine-story wooden pavilion constructed during the Tang Dynasty as well.
Visitors can also experience traditional culture in a visit to Hongren Creative Village or Zhouzhi County's Longmen Grottoes; hike along Yishui River Valley; or explore some of China's oldest UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Famen Temple and Mount Li National Geopark. With so many interesting things to do and see, there's no doubt that Lintong should be included on every traveler's itinerary when visiting China!
Lishan Scenic Area, Xi'an Yuechun Hot Spring, Underground Palace of the Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum, Chunhan Ciyu Square, Xi'an Incident Exhibition Hall, Zhaoyangmen, Lintong Haier Franchise Store, Lishanniao Yulin, Mingshenggong, Parrot Temple Park, Happy Time Performing Arts Bar, Zhiyanghu Pomegranate Ecology Leisure Manor （North Gate）
Zhaoyangmen, Zhiyang Hot Spring, Mingshenggong, Parrot Temple Park, Underground Palace of the Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum, Xi'an Shibian Former Site Wujian Ting, Qinshihuang Diling Museum Lishanyuan, Huaqinggong Relic Site, The Eight Greatest Wonders of the World Museum, Lishan Scenic Area, Lishanniao Yulin, Great Tang Huaqing Mall, Chunhan Ciyu Square, Xi'an Yuechun Hot Spring, Changhenge Square, Lishan Cableway Station, Lintong Museum, Zhiyanghu Pomegranate Ecology Leisure Manor （North Gate）