Xi’an Forest of Steles Museum
Xi’an Forest of Steles Museum houses numerous steles which look like a towering forest, hence its name. It has been over nine hundred years since it was originally set up in the second year of Emperor Zhezong of the Northern Song Dynasty (1087 AD). The museum collects about 3000 pieces of steles from the Han Dynasty through the Qing Dynasty, which are on display in seven halls, six epitaph corridors and a stele pavilion. Regarding the collection of ancient Chinese steles, it has been rated as the treasure house of arts with the longest history and the largest quantity.
Address: Sanxue Street, Xi’an, Shaanxi