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Jingshan Park - Enjoy best views of Forbidden City & Beijing

Jingshan Park is an imperial park with a history of over800 years. Built in 1179 during the Jin Dynasty,it was used as an imperial garden and was properly laid out in Ming Dynasty. Royal families used to have some activities in there such as hunting. 
Located on the highest point in Beijing City, the park is adjacent to Forbidden City to the south and Beihai Park to the west. Nowit provides visitors with sweeping views of the Forbidden City and Beijing. There are also various kinds of flowers, such as peony, evening primroseand tulips. In spring, all kinds of flowers bloom in the garden. In autumn, the weather is cool and invigorating, making the park an ideal place for morning exercise.
The highest pavilionin Jingshan Park is called Wanchun Pavilion, a must-see place. You are able to look down on getting a bird-eye view of Beijing and Forbidden City.
Booking in advance means you avoid the long lines outside the imperial garden. 
Jingshan Park add: No.44 Jingshanxi Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 北京西城区景山西街44号(故宫后门对面).
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Directions
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Highlights
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Import Info

Opening Hours

 Seasons Opening Hours Stop Entry Stop Ticketing
 High Season
April 1st - October 31st
06:00-21:0020:00 1 Day in advance
 Low Season
November 1st - March 31st
06:30-20:00 19:00 1Day in advance
  • There may be temporary closures which cannot always be scheduled in advance, since they are frequently caused by unforeseen circumstances. The management of the Park would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Recommend Beijing One Day Tour Itinerary: Tiananmen Square - Forbidden City - Jingshan Park - Beihai Park

Directions
Getting to Jingshan Park 
Southern Gate of Jingshan Park: take electric bus line 101, 103, 109, 124, 68, 58 or Special Line 1 or 2. Get off at the Forbidden City station and walk about 200 meters to arrive at the Southern Gate.
Eastern Gate of Jingshan Park: take electric bus line 111, 124 or 58 and get off at Jingshan Dongmen. Walk around 200 meters to the north till reach the Eastern Gate.
Western Gate of Jingshan Park: take bus line 5 or 58 and get off at Xibanqiao. You’ll arrive at the gate after a walk of 50 meters.


Admissions


 High Season Main Entrance
 Adults (7-59) $0.99
 Seniors(60+) Free
(Get Free tickets at Ticket office by using passport/ID card)
Chindren(0-6) Free
Highlights
--Save time by skipping the line to enter Jingshan Park
--Gain access with e-ticket to explore the beautiful royal landscape garden. 
--Oversee the sight of Forbidden City and Beijing from up high.
--Watch spectacular views of various peony and tulip blooms at the end of April and during May each year. 
Recommended Routes:
There are three gates you can enter Jingshan Park, Southern Gate, Western Gate and Eastern Gate. Southern Gate is opposite to the Forbidden City's north gate, Western Gatecan lead to Beihai Park.Some nice cafes open around the EasternGate. Wanchun Pavilion is the best place to observe the panoramic view of the entire Forbidden City and Beijing. Guests usually visit the park by the following three routes.
Route 1: Entry by Southern Gate-two-storey Qiwang Pavilion -go uphill-Wanchun Pavilion(Ten Thousand Spring Pavilion--go downhill along Houshan Road-Northern Plaza-Exit from the Western Gate
Route 2: Entry by Western Gate-go uphill from the west-pass by Fulan Pavilion and Jifang Pavilion till you reach Wanchun Pavilion-Guanmiao Pavilion-Zhoushang Pavilion-spot where the last emperor Chongzhen of Ming Dynastycommitted his suicide by hanging himself of a tree-Exit from Eastern Gate
Route 3: Entry by Eastern Gate-Shouhuang Pavilion-Northern Plaza-Western Gate-Qiwang Pavilion-Exit from Eastern Gate



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Opening Hours
Important Info
Important Info
Regulations
Directions
Admissions
Opening Hours
  • OPEN Tuesday - Sunday; CLOSED Mondays (except for national holidays) *The Palace Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday all year round and on national holidays that fall on Mondays, except for the eve of the Spring Festival. 
  • The Palace Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday all year round and on national holidays that fall on Mondays, except for the eve of the Spring Festival. 
  • There may be temporary closures which cannot always be scheduled in advance, since they are frequently caused by unforeseen circumstances. The management of the Museum would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.
 Seasons Opening Hours Stop Entry Stop Ticketing
 High Season
April 1st - October 31st
8:30-17:00 16:10 16:00
 Low Season
November 1st - March 31st
8:30-16:00  15:40 15:30
Important Info
  • Forbidden City (The Palace Museum) has daily quota of 80,000 visitors daily, and now require both individual visitors and tourist groups book tickets in advance online, Foreign visitors are required to provide passport numbers during the online booking. 
  • Show passports to get access. The tickets is E-tickets, so there is no paper ticket needed to enter the Forbidden City.Please bring your passport with you when entering the Forbidden City(The Palace Museum)
  • You will get instant confirmation from us via email after successful booking and payments. Please make sure to enter your correct email address. 
  • You could change your date for free by click "view booking" button.  Free cancellation up to 12 hours in advance. No refund if the cancelation made  within 12hours prior to departure. 
Important Info
  • Forbidden City (The Palace Museum) has daily quota of 80,000 visitors daily, and now require both individual visitors and tourist groups book tickets in advance online, Foreign visitors are required to provide passport numbers during the online booking. 
  • Show passports to get access. The tickets is E-tickets, so there is no paper ticket needed to enter the Forbidden City.Please bring your passport with you when entering the Forbidden City(The Palace Museum)
  • You will get instant confirmation from us via email after successful booking and payments. Please make sure to enter your correct email address. 
  • You could change your date for free by click "view booking" button.  Free cancellation up to 12 hours in advance. No refund if the cancelation made  within 12hours prior to departure. 
Regulations
  • Smoking is strictly forbidden inside the Palace Museum. 
  • Scratching surfaces and graffiti are strictly prohibited. 
  • Please watch your personal belongings. 
  • No pets.
  • Photography Policy: 
1. Photography is permitted for private, non-commercial use outdoors throughout the Forbidden City, except for sites or areas with "No Photography" signs. 
2. Visitors are not permitted to take photographs inside halls with original interior decoration whether on the central axis or the west route. 
3. The use of tripods and flash is prohibited in both special and permanent exhibitions. 

4. Works of art on loan from other institutions, domestic and abroad, may not be photographed. 

5. Photography is prohibited in some of the gift shops as indicated. 

6. For special photography, please contact the Director's Office (Fax: (8610)8500-7415, gugong@dpm.org.cn). 

7. The Museum reserves the right to make any necessary adjustments to its photography policy.

Directions
Getting to Forbidden City (The Palace Museum)

Entrance: 
Wumen (Meridian Gate) -South Gate of the Forbidden City(The Palace Museum)

Walking Direction:  
Tian'anmen-Duanmen-Wumen(Entrance)

Metro: 
Tian'anmen West(天安门西) or Tian'anmen East(天安门东) Line 1 

Public Bus: 
Tian'anmen West(天安门西)of Bus Line:1、5、52、99, Night Line1,  Seghtseeing Line 1,2 
Tian'anmen East (天安门东) of Bus Line: 1、120、2、52、59、82、99,  Night Line1、2、17,  Sightseeing Line1、2 
Admissions

High Season(April 1st – October 31st)

 High Season Main Entrance Treasure Gallery Hall of Clocks
 Adults (19-59) $8.99 $1.59 $1.59
 Seniors(60+) $5.99 $0.99 $0.99
Teenagers(7-18) $4.99$0.99  $0.99
Chindren(0-6) Free FreeFree

Low Season(November 1st – March 31st)

 Low Season Main Entrance Treasure Gallery Hall of Clocks
 Adults (19-59) $6.99 $1.59 $1.59
 Seniors(60+) $4.99 $0.99 $0.99
Teenagers(7-18) $4.99$0.99  $0.99
Chindren(0-6) Free FreeFree
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Show passport to get access. Our tickets is E tickets, very easy to use! Just show your passport when check in the site at the selected entry time and date. No need to queue in line to collect your paper tickets at tickets counter. 

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No need to sign in, booking  process is rather easy by using our advanced tickets booking engine. Your will get an instant confirmation from us after successful payments through Paypal. Credit Card is supported. 

Free Change or Cancellation

Your travel plans changes? No worry, we offer the most flexiable change or cancellation policy for customers. You just need to click the "view booking" button to submit your changes. Cancellation is free if submitted 12 hours prior to selected entry time.

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