The Yintaidi Official Residence Museum is located on the north shore of Yuehu Lake in Ningbo. It is a well-preserved official residence of the Qing Dynasty. It does not charge tickets. The rooms and interiors in the Yintaidi building are basically in their original state, which is worth seeing. of.
There is a big mansion on Phoenix Street, the official residence museum, where you can see the luxurious and connotative flavor of the year, it will show you the Jiefangbei is obviously not found in this neighborhood.
Awesomeness! This building is inside the Moon Lake gardens compound. It's free to enter. Mainland citizens need to show their IDs, but as a foreign visitor, I don't need to show my passport. The security guard took my picture though. Inside was super pretty, every room decorated and original. The explanations are clear, in Mandarin also English.
Good for leisure time to see, kill time. .
Yintai Mansion Museum
1) Location: Located on the north side of Yuehu Park, there are chrysanthemums and Furong on the bank.
Open to the public for free, 8:30-16:30, security check is required for entrance.
2) Features and history:
Yintaidi was the home of Tong Huai, the deputy envoy of the Qing Daoguang Tong Zheng. According to reports, it was built in the third year of Qing Daoguang. The owner, Tong Huai, used to serve as the governor of Jiangxi and Shandong, and was later changed to the deputy envoy of the Tong Zheng.
According to the chaser's nickname, Jiantai, and the Tongzheng Division nicknamed Yintai, the children's house was called "Jiantaidi" and "Yintaidi".
Tong Hua, the son of Tong Huai, walked into the study with the right servant of the Ministry of Rites and was the teacher of Guangxu, so Tong's house was regarded as "the former residence of the emperor."
3) Building layout:
On the central axis, there are halls, halls, main buildings, back halls and other buildings, and there are wing rooms and book buildings on the east and west sides.
The entire building of Yintai faces south, with blue walls and black tiles, and green willows in summer. The layout is elegant, the decoration is elegant and simple, and it has a strong local customs. It is a typical residence of officials in the middle and late Qing Dynasty in Ningbo.
There are Shengwu Hall (main hall), Jinbaihua Hall (sacrifice hall), study room, flower hall, home school, banquet hall, elegant play room, bath room, embroidery room, bedroom, Buddhist hall and other scene displays in the building.
It shows the living environment, home art and aesthetic taste of the officials and eunuchs of the Qing Dynasty, which helps to understand the ancient architecture of official houses, the furniture art of the Qing Dynasty, the customs and customs of eastern Zhejiang, and deepen the understanding of Ningbo history.
Preston_Dominguez: No.133 Yingfeng Street, Haishu District, Ningbo 315010, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Tianyi Pavilion Museum,Old Bund,Tianyi Square,Yuehu Park,Gulou