The nearest metro to it is by Laoximen lines 8 and 10.
Well it is true ,who knows what you get here is authentic or not as everything here looks old and dusty .I always have the urge to rub off the layer of dust to see if its yesterdays productions.
Unless you are a Sotheby expert it could be very challenging and it would be wiser not to buy anything too expensive as the prices are widely bargainable.
Most vendors would be delighted to make a sale especially early in the day so take your time to bargain.Among the stacks you could be surprised to really see some really handed down antiques which are not for sale.
Prices for most items could be slash ed as much as 80percent .Most vendors are rather friendly and old too and not too pushy.
Tactics like walking away and a look of disinteres and can do without it always help.
There are varied assortments of antiques like big vases and statues to small items like ying yang crystal balls,small porcelain figurines,saxo and gammaphones,and the etrnal longlasting little mao red books.Mao statues are abundant with jewelleries,beads,brollies etc.Something im very sure it is not antique is statues of the wide grinning Obama.Swords like LiMuBai "s,rice baskets,cookie jars,ancient suitcases,amoker pipes,ash trays,sunglasses,lanterns,brushes,watches,pocket watches,calligraphy,jades and old buttons at dirt cheap prices.
It is also fun to just browse around without buying anything.