|Length||800 m (2,600 ft)|
|Location||Dongcheng District, Beijing|
|North end||East Gulou Street|
|South end||Di'anmen East Street|
Nanluoguxiang (Chinese: 南锣鼓巷; pinyin: nánluógǔxiàng) is a well-preserved ancient town in Beijing, with traditional Chinese architecture, the street area also known as hutong, located in the Dongcheng district. It is approximately 800m long, running from East Guluo Street to Di'anmen East Street.
Nanluoguxiang was built in the Yuan Dynasty and received its current name during the Qing Dynasty, around 1750. In recent years, the hutong has become a popular tourist destination with siheyuan, Chinese restaurants, ceramics, and antique shops. Nanluoguxiang Station of Beijing Subway opened in 2012 and is located near the south entrance of the hutong.