Warning ! buy your tickets inside the Mansion; locals who approach you outside the Mansion dont buy it from them;you would be ripe off and that's a guarantee! For example, trishaw vendors would persua...
Wow, this place was so busy. It was really beautiful but I felt I couldn't properly appreciate the garden with all the crowds. I did go on a weekend in the summer which is probably not the best time t...
Well worth a visit - the architecture and classic layout of the site is more tangible than the much larger Forbidden City - it was very very busy with families on an August Saturday... but the ticket ...
Personally I found this attraction extremely beautiful, especially the gardens. We didn't spend much time looking at the mansion, but we walked through the gardens, which you could tell were taken goo...
Gongwangfu is a national key cultural relics protection unit. It is the largest palace in the Qing Dynasty. It has served as a residence for peace and harmony. In 1851, Prince Gong Xin became the owner of the house, and the name of Prince Gongs House came. The Prince Gongs House has gone through the historical process of the Qing Dynasty from its peak to its demise, and it carries a wealth of historical and cultural information. Therefore, it has the saying that a Prince Gong Palace, half of the Qing Dynasty.
is extremely luxurious, and when you enter the door, you are attracted by this exquisite and dazzling sculpture. However, the repression of entering the Houmen as deep as the sea also followed. Listen to the echoes of history in a sunny corner. Compared with the Forbidden City, Prince Gongs Palace has more small and beautiful features. For example, there is a prayer wheel that the Forbidden City does not have.
Chinese people pay attention to "blessing", not only the emperor for blessing, but also the nobles and civilians are also seeking happiness. Gong Wangfu is a blessing, with the front yard Fuhe, the middle court Fuzi, and the backyard Fu Hall. A variety of bats can be seen everywhere in Gongwang. The ancients were superstitious and believed that bats and blessings could bring good luck, so the bonsai, flowers, stones, etc. in the courtyard were bat-like, and even the patterns on the windows were mostly bats.
The back garden of Prince Gongs Mansion, the pavilions and waterways are winding. Personally, it is possible to comprehensively crush the Imperial Garden of the Forbidden City. The garden consists of a rectangular pond with an area of about 200 square meters and a lake heart pavilion in the middle of the water. The mountain is filled with water and water flows from the pond into three different directions. In line with Feng Shui's theory of collecting money, it really is the house of peace.
Inviting the platform is the highest point in the park. There are two steps at the bottom of the Shangshan Road on both sides, and there are corridors without steps. Legend has it that in ancient times, people regarded the steps as bumpy. He hoped that after crossing the hardships of his early years, he would not have so many bumps in his life, and his career would be smooth, so he built this "promotion of the government." Sitting in the middle of the park for a short while, overlooking the park and enjoying the panoramic view.
Tickets: 40 yuan Package is not recommended to buy. Follow the tour group to listen to
off season: every year from November 16th to March 15th. Ticketing time: 8
"The Crescent River is like a dragon in a house, and the West Mountain is like a tiger." This is a description of Prince Gong's Mansion in the history books. The ancients used water as their fortune, and they saw water everywhere in Prince Gongs Mansion. The largest water in the lake pavilion was introduced from Yuquan Lake, and it was only inside and outside, and this place is really a treasure.
The name of Prince Gong's house comes from the prince of the Prince Gong Yi, who is the owner of the house, and the name of the family should be the same as the original owner of this house, He Kun. This is the largest palace in the Qing Dynasty. It covers an area of about 60,000 square meters and is divided into two parts: the mansion and the garden. The layout is exquisite and the style is extraordinary.
Although there has been a lively and not a house, today, after many years, there is always a sense of vicissitudes. The palace is divided into two parts: the palace and the garden. According to the introduction of the original and Kun built this home, many things are built with royal architecture, luxury is amazing, but after many years, the loss of many things can only be seen, many indoor things no longer exist .
Fujian Building is divided into East, Middle and West Roads. Each route from the north to the north is composed of a multi-integrated courtyard that runs through a strict central axis.
When you walk in from the Western Gate, you will see a rockery, like Guanyin. It is said that Hekun had no children at the beginning. After seeing this fake mountain, he was sent to Fuzhong and he was the only one-born. .
The pond "Fuchi" before the son of Guanyin. Like the pool of bats, it is surrounded by eucalyptus trees, and the fruit of eucalyptus is like copper coins. When the fruit of the copper coins falls into the Fuchi, the peace will say: "The money falling in the sky, enter my treasure bowl, the money on the ground is also the bag of inflows and shackles.
Prince Gong's Mansion near Houhai, is the largest palace from the Qing Dynasty. It was once the residence of Minister Heshen during the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. Heshen is a famous corrupt official in Chinese history. After Prince Gong moved in, it was renamed Prince Gong's Mansion. Prince Gong's Mansion is a relatively well-preserved palace from the Qing Dynasty. There are more than 30 different types of buildings here. At one point, the garden in the mansion was one the most exquisite mansion gardens in Beijing.
You have to take subway line 6 and alight at Beihaibei?Railway Station.
While touring this ancient mansion, you have to be protective and not have any direct contact with the historical artefacts and items inside it.