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Shanghai Chedun Film Park
Shanghai Chedun Film Park

Shanghai Chedun Film Park

4915 Beisong Hwy, Chedunzhen, Songjiang Qu, Shanghai, 201619

The Basics

See replicas of Shanghai landmarks such as Nanjing Lu and Waibaidu Bridge, and ride an old-fashioned tram. Admire movie star waxworks, and enjoy a stunt show that combines dance with martial arts. Depending on the timing, you may see a real movie or TV show being filmed. Book your tickets in advance to save time on the day and for a hassle-free experience, book a one-way or round-trip transfers from your Shanghai hotel to the park.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Shanghai Chedun Film Park is ideal for movie lovers and photographers.

  • Your admission ticket grants you access to the whole park, but entertainment programs require additional fees.

  • Visitors can rent costumes for the ultimate photo shoot.

  • Don’t forget your camera; the old buildings on set make for great scenic backdrops.

  • There are several restaurants on-site.

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How to Get There

The film park is located in the Songjiang district, which is quite a distance from downtown Shanghai. Though expensive, it’s easiest to take a taxi directly there. Getting there by public transportation will entail a metro ride to a bus or taxi. Special tourist buses also run daily from Shanghai Stadium, leaving in the morning and returning in the afternoon.

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When to Get There

The film park is open daily from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Film stunt shows are held twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. The filming of movies and TV shows occur from time to time, but aren’t usually revealed ahead of time.

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Shanghai Movie Museum

Film and movie buffs should also pay a visit to the Shanghai Movie Museum. Located in Xujiahui, the museum spans four floors and features more than 70 interactive installations and 3,000 historic exhibits that detail the history and art of filmmaking in Shanghai.

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