Beihai Park, located in the central area of Beijing, is on the west side of the city, in the northwest of the Forbidden City, and is known as the Three Seas in China and the South China Sea. It belongs to the ancient Chinese royal garden. The whole park is centered on the North Sea. The area is about 71 hectares, the water surface accounts for 583 city acres, and the land area accounts for 480 city acres.
Beihai Park was originally the palace of Liao, Jin and Yuanjian. Ming and Qing Dynasties are the Imperial Palace. It is one of the oldest, most complete, most comprehensive and representative royal gardens in China. It was opened as a park in 1925. It is the oldest and most complete royal garden preserved in China. It is a national key cultural relics protection unit and a national AAAA-level tourist attraction.
After the completion of the People's Republic of China, the Beihai Park Management Office vigorously cultivated flowers and beautified gardens, and the park's flower cultivation and planting business developed rapidly. From 1954 to 1963, the park held several flower exhibitions. The chrysanthemum business in the capital is in a period of rapid development. The variety of chrysanthemums has increased year by year, from one or two hundred in the liberation to more than 3,000 in 1964. The cultivation technology and level of chrysanthemum have been greatly improved. The flower stems of the specimens have reached 1200px, and one flower of Da Liju has reached thousands of flowers, and the cliff chrysanthemum can be raised to more than 3 meters.
High season (April 1 - October 31)
Tickets: 10 yuan / person Coupon: 20 yuan / person
Low season (November 1st - March 31st)
Tickets: 5 yuan / person Coupon: 15 yuan / person
Qiongdao Ticket: 10 yuan / person; group city tickets: 1 yuan / person
Beihai Park 6:00-22:00
Qionghua Island Scenic Area 8:30-18:00
Big Boat Terminal 9:00-18:00.
Autumn North Sea
Autumn in the North Sea (21 photos)
Bus 5, 101, 103, 109, 124, 685, 814, 846 to the front door of Beihai;
Buses 13, 42, 107, 111, 118, 810, 701, and 823 go to the back door of the North Sea.
Address: No. 1 Wenjin Street, Xicheng District, Beijing