Zhili Governor's Office Museum on Yuhua West Road. Tickets are 30 yuan, you can scan the code. There is a parking lot at the door, there are not many parking spaces, and the charge is 5 yuan. The Zhili Governor's Office was the office of the Zhili Governor-General, the highest military and political chief of Zhili Province (now Hebei Province) in the Qing Dynasty. It is the best surviving Qing Dynasty provincial government office in my country. Look at the introduction inside is very knowledgeable.
Visit Baoding Zhili Governor's Office. The Zhili Governor’s Office, also known as the Zhili Governor’s Ministry, is located on Yuhua Road, Lianchi District, Baoding City, Hebei Province. It is a well-preserved Qing Dynasty provincial government office in China. The original building was built in the Yuan Dynasty and was the Baoding government office in the early Ming Dynasty. After a large-scale expansion in 1730 (the eighth year of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty), the Governor-General's Office was formally established. It went through the eight emperors of Yongzheng, Qianlong, Jiaqing, Daoguang, Xianfeng, Tongzhi, Guangxu, and Xuantong, which can be described as a microcosm of the history of the Qing Dynasty. There were 59 governors of Zhili who once stationed in this office and 66 governors, such as Zeng Guofan, Li Hongzhang, Yuan Shikai, Fang Guancheng, etc., were not abolished until the abdication of the last Qing emperor Pu Yi in 1912. During the Republic of China, it was the base camp of the direct warlord Cao Kun. During the War of Resistance Against Japan and the War of Liberation, it was once the seat of the Hebei Provincial Government of the Japanese Puppet Government and the National Government. It was known as "a government office, half a portrayal of Qing history." After the founding of the People's Republic of China, the People's Government of Hebei Province was also stationed here. It was announced as the third batch of national key cultural relics protection units by the State Council in January 1988.
The government office is divided into east, middle and west roads. The main body is built on the north-south central axis, that is, the middle road includes the gate, yimen, lobby, second hall, official residence, upper room, etc., and is equipped with left and right penthouses, wing rooms, etc. Above the three-bay black gate, the Yongzheng Emperor's handwritten "Zhili Governor's Ministry Yard" plaque hangs. The closed layout and the majestic atmosphere give people a sense of daunting. Other auxiliary buildings such as the Flower Hall and the Shogunate are listed on the East and West Roads. These buildings are all Bois roofs, small hard mountain buildings, and are a typical northern government building complex.
The Zhili Governor’s Office is located in the ancient city of Baoding and was the first provincial government office in the Qing Dynasty. A government office, half of Qing history. It has an important position in the history from Qing Dynasty to modern times. The building complex is divided into three lines: east, middle and west, the middle line is the area with the most concentrated landscape.