In history, it used to be a place where a famous local master collected books. Now it is integrated with Lianhuazhuang. It is one of the four gardens that make up Lianhuazhuang, and it is also a relatively small one. The yard is mainly composed of rockery, long corridors, and secluded gardens.
Nice place, free public park, where you can walk and exercise every day
The Qianyuan Garden is on the construction road, and the gate opens to the west. It is now the western part of Lianhuazhuang Park. This garden has a long history, and there are several large camphor trees that are famous in history. Especially the two trees in the tea garden are particularly thick.
Huzhou Qianyuan was built in the early years of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty. It was a private garden built by bibliophile Lu Xinyuan and connected to Lotus Village. The word Qianyuan is written by the garden master Chen Congzhou. On November 26, 1937, Huzhou was occupied by the Japanese army. The city was burnt and killed for seven days and nights outside the city. The houses were burned to 90[%]. Most of the buildings in the Qianyuan were destroyed. Only the pavilion pool corridor and the big rockery remain. The rockery is not high, but it is wide and can be climbed, and the twists and turns are like a maze. A general view of the whole garden, with elegant artistic conception.
Good, worth buying, yes, good
Preston_Dominguez: Wuxing, Huzhou, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Lotus Village,Feiying Tower,Yishang Street,Feiying Park （North Gate）,Tiefosi