Beijing Exhibition Center
Introduction of Beijing Exhibition Center
Beijing Exhibition Center is opened in 1954 as the city's first large-scale, comprehensive exhibition venue, with the late Premier Zhou En-Lai cutting the red ribbon and Chairman Mao Tse-Tung contributing poetic thoughts.
Beijing Exhibition Center's three East Wing exhibition halls and single large hall, entertainment theater and restaurant in the West Wing offer a cohesive yet flexible and easily accessed venue. It makes each and every exhibition, conference and trade show successful, memorable and profitable. The notable events including the annul International Military Logistics Equipment Exhibition, the 1996 to 1999 China International Financial Technical Exhibitions, and the 1997 Italy Marco Polo Fashion Expo. In 1997, it was also chosen to showcase the achievements of China's Fourteenth Party Congress.
Beijing Exhibition Center is the direct connection to the rail system, including the Xizhimen passenger station to the north. There are 1,500 meters of rail siding, which allows the transport directly on site of pieces of almost any size and weight. If needed, the rail area can provide some 2,000 square meters of secure exhibition or storage space.
Beijing Exhibition Center is also special for its Cinema hall and Beijing Amphitheater. The Cinema Hall's 1,000 seats and production facilities are designed for motion picture showings, live stage productions and a range of general and seminar type meetings. With its up to date sound and lighting systems, the 2,700 seat, bi-level amphitheater features a stage eminently suitable for large scale musical productions.
Address: 135 Xizhimenwai Dajie, Xuanwu District