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Jingshan Park Tickets Booking
Jingshan Park
From CNY2/US$1 per person
  • A God-given angle for panorama of Forbidden City
  • Learn the beauty of Chinese architecture with no crowds
  • Immerse in the sea of peonies and tulips
  • Quick check-in, no waiting in the queue
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  • Adult: Age 19-59
  • Admission Ticket
Important Notice
1. Free of charge for children under 120cm or under 6 years old.
2. Seniors over 60 years old can exchange free tickets at ticket office of Jiangshan Park.
3. Ticket fare above contains main admission only, price for other exhibitions and entertainments are not included.
How to Book and Use
For passport holders, no need to book ticket in advance, go to the site and buy ticket on site.
Opening Hours
06:00 - 21:00; Adimission Stop at 20:30
Recommended Routes
Route 1: South Gate - Qiwang Pavilion - Up hill from road on the east to Wanchuan Pavilion - Downhill to North Square - West Gate
Route 2: West Gate - Up hill from road on the south - Fulan Pavilion - Jifang Pavilion -Guanmiao Pavilion - Zhoushang Pavilion - Site of Emperor Chongzhen's Suicide - East Gate
What to Expect

Jingshan Park is seated on the center point of Beijing inner city’s north-south axis, which used to be the private backyard of royal family. Nowadays, people from all over the world have the chance to visit here by paying the price of a bottled water only! Senior people also come for exercise and dancing!

Jingshan Park
Jingshan Park

One of the main buildings in the park is called Wanchun Pavilion, where you can see the magnificent panorama of Forbidden City and overlook the Beihai Park on its west and Drum Tower far on the north.

Another 4 pavilions were settled on east and west side of Wanchun Pavilion in an axial symmetry. Fulan Pavilion and Zhoushang Pavilion look exactly the same, embellished by glazed tiles of peacock blue and amethystine color. In sunny day, tiles shine brightly under the sunlight. Jifang Pavilion and Guanmiao Pavilion were also built in the same structure with the same decoration. The double eave roof was carpeted with glaze tiles of Emerald green and lemon yellow.

You can not only learn the charming Chinese traditional architecture here, but also walk on the winding path shadowed by verdant giant trees. In spring, you may even see blooming peony and tulip twinkling under the sun.

Additional Info
No. 44 West Jingshan Street, Xicheng Distric, Beijing
How to get to Jingshan Park
 By Subway:
a. Subway Line 8-National Art Museum, Exit A. Walk about 1.1km to the west to reach East Gate;
b. Subway Line 6-Nanluoguxiang, Exit A. Walk about 1.3km to the south to South Gate.

 By bus:
a. Take bus No. 101, 103, 109, 124, 128 or Xidan Tourist Line and get off at Gugong (Forbidden City) Station;
b. Take bus No. 58, 111, 124 or Tourist Line 3 and get off at Jingshan East Gate Station;
c. Take bus No. 5 and get off at Xibanqiao Station.
Questions & Answers on Jingshan Park Tickets Booking
Asked by Brendan | Sep. 04, 2023 12:55Reply
Booking tickets doesnt work on your site for Jingshan Park.
Can you please explain why I cant buy a ticket for Jingshan Park here?

Thanks, Brendan
Answers (1)
Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Sep. 04, 2023 19:11

Dear Brendan, overseas passport holders can now buy the entry tickets of Jingshan Park directly at its ticket office, so we stopped the booking service for this scenic spot. Wish you a great time there~
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