Beihai Park Tickets Booking
From CNY5/US$1 per person
Highlights:
  • A time-honored royal garden with a history of nearly 1,000 years.
  • Convenient transportation as it is in the city center of Beijing.
  • Suitable for travelling in all seasons.
  • A summer resort for peace and quiet.
Select Date and Tickets:
  • Adult: Age 18+
  • Combo Ticket
    ¥20
    -
    0
    +
    Price IncludesMain Admission; Qionghua Islet; Circular City
  • Admission Ticket
    ¥10
    -
    0
    +
    Price IncludesMain Admission
    Price ExcludesQionghua Islet; Circular City
  • Child: Age 6-18
  • Combo Ticket
    ¥10
    -
    0
    +
    Price IncludesMain Admission; Qionghua Islet; Circular City
  • Admission Ticket
    ¥5
    -
    0
    +
    Price IncludesMain Admission
    Price ExcludesQionghua Islet; Circular City
Book
Important Notice
Price:
1.Free of charge for children under 120 cm (3.9 feet), or less than 6 years old.
2.Minors between 6-18 years old enjoy half price.
Reservation:
1.The tickets are released 7 days in advance; we will book the tickets for you as soon as they are available.
2.Your valid ID/ Passport information is required for booking, and one person can only book one ticket per day.
How to Book and Use:
1.Book & pay online, get email confirmation with QR code, show QR code at the entrance.
2.Travelers in one order should enter the site together.
3.The ticket is only valid for the selected visiting date.
Visiting Hours:
Opening Hour: 06:30-21:00
Entrance Time: 09:00-16:00
Cancellation:
1.Free cancellation if sending the request by email 24 hours before the designated entry time.
2.After the ticket is issued, the service fee is non-refundable.
3.Partial cancellation is not accepted, tickets in one order have to be cancelled together.
What to Expect

Located in the center of Beijing, Beihai Park is the earliest and the best preserved classical royal garden in China. Witnessing the Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties for nearly a thousand years, it is the representative of royal gardens and a masterpiece of culture and art of ancient times. Beihai Park draws on gardening techniques in various places. It has not only the magnificence of gardens in north China but also the graceful charm of private gardens in south China.


Attractions Inside:


White Dagoba


The White Dagoba is the landmark of Beihai Park, which is on the top of hill in the Jade Flowery Islet. It is a Tibetan dagoba symbolizing that Buddhist doctrine shines on the earth and is as radiant as the sun and the moon.
White Dagoba
A corridor pavilion

Wing On Bridge


It is the largest bridge in Beihai Park, and a wide stone bridge reaching the Jade Flowery Islet. There are ancient stone lions and memorial archways at both ends of the bridge. 

Nine-Dragon Screen


It is a screen wall both sides of which are made of seven-colored glazed tiles. There are 9 large colorful dragons embossed on each side and 635 dragons totally on the wall. This is the only double-sided screen wall among three ancient nine-dragon screens in China


Wing On Bridge
Nine-Dragon Screen
Additional Info
Openning Hours

 Entrance:
April-October: 6:30-21:00 (stop admission at 20:30) 
November-March: 6:30-20:00 (stop admission at 19:30) 

 Gardens and courtyards inside:
April-October: 9:00-18:00 
November-March: 9:00-17:00 

Address:
No. 1, Wenjin Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
How to get to Beihai Park Beijing
 By subway: Take subway line 6 and get off at Beihai North Station.

 By bus:
Take the bus 3, 13, 42, 107, 111, 118, 612, 701 and get off at Beihai Park North Gate Station.
Take the bus 5, 58 and get off at Xibanqiao Station, and you can find the East Gate of Beihai Park nearby.
Take the bus 5, 101, 103, 109, 124, 128, Sightseeing bus 1, Sightseeing bus 2 and get off at Beihai Station.


  • Customer Reviews
  • Questions & Answers
  •  
    00 Reviews
    Page 1 of 0