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Xiangchunying Mosque

Xiangchunying Mosque

4.3/518 Reviews
Mosque
Historical Site
Forbidden City

Forbidden CityNearby City

4.8/5112,806 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Palace
Museum
Historical Site
High season (April 1 - October 31) 8:30-17:00 (ticket sales ended at 16:00, admission stopped at 16:10); off season (November 1 - March 31 of the following year) 8:30 -16:30, (ticket sales ended at 15:30, admission stopped at 15:40). Except for public holidays, the Palace Museum will be closed on Monday for the whole year. The specific time is subject to the official website announcement. (Local time)
A vast majority of tourists who visit Beijing for the first time consider the Forbidden City as a place they must see. The Forbidden City, known as Gugong in Mandarin, once served as the imperial palace for 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a symbol of ancient China. Although it is no longer China's political centre, you can still feel its former glory once you are within the courtyard and surrounded by the high walls. Its long history has left behind a large amount of precious architecture and cultural relics, making it one of the most important cultural heritage in modern China.
Temple of Heaven

Temple of HeavenNearby City

4.5/57,939 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
Four doors open: high season (April 1st - October 31st) 6:00-22:00, low season (November 1st - March 31st of the following year) 6:30-22:00. Attractions in the park: 8:00-17:30 in the high season and 8:00-17:00 in the low season. (Local time)
The Temple of Heaven is a special altar for emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Here, they worship the heavens, ask for rain and pray for a good harvest. It is a famous ancient building in China. The Temple of Heaven is divided into two parts, the Inner Altar and the Outer Altar. Well-known structures such as the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest and the Echo Wall are located in the Inner Altar. While visiting the Temple of Heaven, tourists get to experience the grand praying ceremony of ancient emperors, as well as observe the ingenious designs such as the Echo Wall and the Triple Sound Stones. The wisdom of the ancient craftsmen will not fail to impress you.
Prince Gong's Mansion

Prince Gong's MansionNearby City

4.5/58,296 Reviews
Famous Residences
On-season (April 1 - October 31) 8:00-17:00; off-season (November 1 - March 31) 9:00-16:00; Prince Kung's Mansion closed from March 20 to May 10 for power supply and distribution system renovation (Local time)
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.
Mutianyu Great Wall

Mutianyu Great WallNearby City

4.8/510,394 Reviews
Ancient Trail
Hiking
7:30-18:00 on weekdays, 7:00-18:30 on weekends, 08:00-17:00 in winter; for cables, 8:00-17:00 in summer, 8:30-16:30 in winter (Local time)
Mutianyu Great Wall is located in Huairou district, Beijing. To the west of Mutianyu is Juyongguan Great Wall, while to the north is Gubeikou. Since ancient times, this has been a location with military significance and has defended Beijing from attack. Mutianyu Great Wall is principally built on the edge of a steep hill, using the hillside as an advantage. The height of the Great Wall reaches seven to eight meters and the width reaches four to five meters. The main building material is granite, making the structure both majestic and solid. There are many towers on the Mutianyu section. There are 22 towers on the currently open section, which is 2250 meters long.
Jingyuan Garden

Jingyuan GardenNearby City

4.7/51,662 Reviews
Famous Residences
Garden
Tuesday-Sunday 09:00-17:30, 17:00 stop entering the park and exchange group drinks, closed on Monday, legal holidays will open normally on Monday (Local time)
Located in Anshan Road, Heping District, Tianjin, Jingyuan Garden is an elegant Western-style residence and is the former residence of the last Emperor Puyi. This can help you understand Puyi’s life and see the office and residence of his time. Jingyuan Garden is divided into two main courtyards, the main courtyard and the West Crossing Courtyard. The main building, Aisin Gioro Yuyi Exhibition Hall, Jingyuan Restoration Exhibition Hall and the Visitor Center are located in the courtyard.
The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang

The Former Residence of Zhang XueliangNearby City

4.7/51,599 Reviews
Famous Residences
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang is located on Chifeng Road in Heping District. It is a three-story building of mixed Western and Chinese style. Zhang Xueliang lived here together with Zhao Si. The residence has been restored with furnishings typical of the era and features photos and text on the life of Marshal Zhang Xueliang. The music, decorations, clothing, furniture and panoramic figures are all accurate reproductions of what the house might have looked like when Zhang lived in Tianjin's French Concession. While there, visitors can take the opportunity to sample delicious snacks made from ingredients and cooked in a style that would have been familiar to Marshal Zhang, as well as gain a further understanding and experience many aspects of Zhang Xueliang's life and living environment.
Great Wall at Huangya Pass

Great Wall at Huangya PassNearby City

4.6/5720 Reviews
Historical Site
7:30-18:00 (Local time)
The Great Wall at Huangya Pass is located at the northern end of Tianjin’s Ji County. This section of the Great Wall first began construction during the Northern Qi Dynasty of China’s North-South States era. During the Ming era, Yu Jiguang presided over the restoration of this ancient segment of the Great Wall. This section of the Great Wall is located among steep mountains. At the foot of the Great Wall, there are many farmhouse restaurants providing both food and lodging. This is favorite destination among the residents of nearby cities to take a leisurely weekend getaway. There are two entrances to the Great Wall at Huangya Pass, west and east. The west and main entrance is located at Huangya Pass and the east entrance is at Taiping Fortress. A good way to see the majority of the site is to start walking along the Great Wall from one entrance until you get to the other entrance. There is a museum and Beiji Temple close by.
Gubei Water Town

Gubei Water TownNearby City

4.6/55,933 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
9:00-22:00 (Local time)
Gubei Water Town is located on the northeast side of Miyun County in Beijing. It is about 140 kilometers from the Beijing Municipality. Regarded as 'Wuzhen in Beijing', Gubei Water Town boasts a combination of mountains, water and ancient villages. The town was built on the foundations of five sub natural villages of Simatai Village at the foot of Simatai Great Wall, the most dangerous and majestic section of the entire Great Wall. Visitors may indulge in hot springs, local cuisine, and take a hike up Simatai Great Wall, making this town a great choice for a relaxing getaway in the suburbs of Beijing.
Temple of the Earth

Temple of the EarthNearby City

4.5/5714 Reviews
Historical Site
On-season (May 1 - October 31) 6:00-21:30, off-season (November 1 - April 31) 6:00-20:30; opening hours of the temple in the park 8:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Temple of the Earth was the place where the emperor perform sacrificial rituals during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It corresponds to the Temple of Heaven. The buildings in the altar are all square in shape. The Temple has many ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, as well as places for offering sacrifices and items on exhibit. You can come here to learn more about the processes of the worship. Every autumn, many people also come here to admire the yellow leaves of the ginkgo, which is very suitable for photography.