The Bell Tower of Xi'an, worked in 1384 amid the early Ming Dynasty, is an image of the city of Xi'an and one of the most stupendous of its kind in China. The Bell Tower additionally contains a few expansive bronze-cast chimes from the Tang Dynasty. The pinnacle base is square and it covers a territory of 1,377 square meters. The pinnacle is a block and timber structure and near 40 meters high. Xi'an Bell Tower was worked in the seventeenth year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty. It was initially situated at the Yingxiang Temple of Guangji Street, north of West Street, confronting the Xi'an Drum Tower, around 1,000 meters from its present area. Around then, this place was specifically inverse the north and south city doors, and it was the focal point of the city.
Xi'an Bell Tower was predominantly utilized for time announcing and distributing news in antiquated circumstances. With the advance of the circumstances, its conventional capacities have been step by step eliminated, and now it is available to the general public as a national-level social relics security unit for tourism and touring. Guests can buy tickets to visit the building. It has likewise been utilized for some different purposes ever. Amid the Revolution of 1911, the Rebels battled savagely with the Qing armed force conveyed here. Amid the War of Protecting the Nation, the Shaanxi Warlord Chen Shupan began the uproars against Yuan Shikai from here. In 1927, Shilin, who returned from concentrate in the United States, opened a sound silver screen here. This is the principal silver screen in Xi'an history.