Jingshan Park

Jingshan Park, Beijing 2015

Like the Forbidden City, the Jingshan Park was reserved for the emperors and was made accessible to the public only after the abdication of the last Emperor.

The park, which is situated on a human-made hill, lies north of the Forbidden City on the north-south axis. Jingshan Park covers an area of 230,000 square meters, making it one of Beijing’s largest parks.

On the mountain stands the Wanchun Pavilion. From here you can see the breathtaking ancient city center: in the north is the Drum Tower, while in the south, the Forbidden City and the Wumen Gate lie. With a clear view, visitors can enjoy an unforgettable view over Beijing.

 

Good to know:

Opening Hours: April to October 6:00 – 21:00; November to March 6:30 – 20:00; Ticket sale ends half an hour before
Entrance: 2 Yuan without exhibitions

Was denkst du?/ What do you think?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.