Friends members have a special rate to enter the exhibition Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality of $16. 

Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality offers a rare opportunity to have an intimate and immersive encounter with some of the remarkable ancient terracotta warriors. For more than 2,000 years, they secretly guarded the tomb of Qin Shihuang, China’s First Emperor. Discovered by chance in 1974, the underground army is one of the greatest ever archaeological finds – and regarded by some as an eighth wonder of the world.

This landmark exhibition features eight warriors standing 180 centimetres tall, and two full-size horses from the famous terracotta army – as well as two half-size replica bronze horse-drawn chariots. Also on display are more than 160 exquisite works of ancient Chinese art made from gold, jade, and bronze. The works date from the Western Zhou to the Han dynasties (1046 BCE – 220 CE), and were found in imperial tombs in and around China’s ancient capital, Xi’an.

Experience the wonder of these ancient artefacts and gain a deep understanding of the First Emperor’s vision for his afterlife and his unification of China, which shaped the nation we know today.

The Friends have gained a special rate for general tickets of $16, CLICK HERE to get discounted tickets or pick up in the museum, please note you MUST show your membership card if picking up in the museum.

We are also lucky enough to have a preview of the exhibition before it’s open to the general public. Entry is free for Friends members 3-6pm 14 December.

The exhibition will run from 15 December 2018 – 22 April 2019.