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Laoshe Teahouse

Laoshe Teahouse is a folk culture-themed teahouse, named after the famous drama teahouse and its playwright Laoshe, offering Peking Opera, Chinese tea and food. Covering 3,300 square meters, the teahouse houses grand hall, Pinzhen Tower, Tea Village, Tea Courtayrd and Xinjing Tea Cuisine House. Visitors can enjoy the lovely Guzheng – a Chinese instrument – as well as the tea practice performances and sample the savory tea and court food and the fascinating performances by opera masters.

The decorations of Laoshe Teahouse feature Chinese style, very quaint and elegant, including wooden table, chairs and court lamps as well as a variety of sign boards and the framed couplets and so on. There is truly no better way to taste the Peking flavor than a visit to the Laoshe Teahouse.
Dining Options nearby:
Quanjude Restaurant, Donglaishun Restaurant, Dawancha, Renren Restaurant, Shanghai Chenghuanmiao Snacks, Tiananmen Fangshan Restaurant.
Nearby Points of Interest:
Tiananmen Square, Memorial Hall of Mao, Qianmen, Dashilan, Liulichang, National Grand Theater
Third Floor in Zhengyang Market on Xidajie Street in Xicheng District
Contact: 64036956
How to Get There:
Take Metro Line 2 and get off at Qianmen Station; Take bus No. 9, 44, 67, 337 or Te 2, 4 and get off at Qianmenxi Stop
Useful Tips:
Every afternoon on Wednesdays, opera fans activities are hosted here; ticket price is 10 Yuan per person including a cup of tea. The price of opera and other performances is from 180 Yuan, starting from 19:50. From 15:00 to 16:00 on weekends, opera show exclusives are available.

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