Timings : 6:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Entry Fee : Adult - CNY 10,
Child - CNY 5
Located on the Jingshan Hill, just north of the Forbidden City, Jingshan Park is another royal garden open to the public.
The Jingshan Park actually dates back to the Ming Dynasty's Yongle Emperor, who had the entire hill manually made, and further beautified. It served as a recreational park for the families and officials of the Ming Dynasty. During the reign of the Qing Dynasty, pavilions were built atop the 5 hills of the Jingshan Park. Originally, each pavillion also contained a bronze statue of the Buddha, but these were lost during war with the French and the British. The park was then open to the public in 1928 for the first time after the end the Qing Dynasty, and then heavily renovated and opened formally to the public in 1949. The Wanchun Pavilion which is on the summit of the highest hill provides great panoramic views of the Forbidden City. The park in itself is quite a picturesque attraction.
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