The Palace Museum
As the royal residences of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties from the 15th to 20th century, the Imperial Palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Beijing known as the Forbidden City in Beijing was the center of State power in ancient China. It was constructed between 1406 and 1420 by Ming emperor Zhu Di and witnessed the enthronement of 14 Ming and 10 Qing emperors over the following 505 years. The Forbidden City was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.
Located in the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City is the supreme model in the development of ancient Chinese palaces, providing insight into the social development of late dynastic China. The layout and spatial arrangement inherits and embodies the traditional characteristic of urban planning and palace construction in ancient China, featuring a central axis, symmetrical design and layout of outer court at the front and inner court at the rear and the inclusion of additional landscaped courtyards deriving from the Yuan city layout.
The Imperial Palace is rectangle in architecture. It is 961 meters long from south to north and 753 meters wide. There is city wall which is 10 meters high around and the moat outside of city wall is 52 meters wide.As the example of ancient architectural hierarchy, construction techniques and architectural art, it influenced official buildings of the subsequent Qing dynasty over a span of 300 years. The religious buildings, particularly a series of royal Buddhist chambers within the Palace, absorbing abundant features of ethnic cultures, are a testimony of the integration and exchange in architecture since the 14th century. 
Located in the heart of Beijing, the Palace Museum is approached from the south through the Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tian'an men). Ten-meter-high walls and a fifty-two-meter -wide moat surround the palace. Measuring 961 meters from north to south and 753 meters from east to west, the expansive architectural complex covers an area of 1,110,000 square meters. Each of the four sides has one gate, namely, the Meridian Gate (Wu men) on the south, the Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men) on the north, the Eastern and Western Prosperity Gates (Donghua menandXihua men).Immediately to the north of the Palace Museum is Prospect Hill (Jing shan, also called Coal Hill), while the Wangfujing and Zhongnanhai neighborhoods lie to the east and west, respectively. 
Admission: 60 RMB (April - Oct.); 40 RMB (Nov. - March)

Opening Hours: Peak Season: 8:30-17:00 (Apr. 1st to Oct. 31st)

Off-season: 8:30-16:30 (Nov. 1st to Mar. 31st)

Phone: (8610)65132255

Best Time to Visit: April to October

Recommended Time for a Visit: 3 Hours
Recommended Tours
One-day Tour
1. The Meridian Gate(Wu men)→2. "Painting and Calligraphy Gallery"/Hall of Martial Valor (Wuying dian)→3. "Ceramics Gallery"/Hall of Literary Brilliance (Wenhua dian)→4. Gate of Supreme Harmony (Taihe men)→5. Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihe dian)→6. Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghe dian)→7. Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→8. Palace of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing gong)→9. Hall of Union (Jiaotai dian)→10. Palace of Earthly Tranquility (Kunning gong)→11. Hall of Mental Cultivation (Yangxin dian)→12. Area of Six Western Palaces→13. Imperial Garden (Yu huayuan)→14. Area of Six Eastern Palaces→15. "Hall of Clocks"/Hall for Ancestral Worship (Fengxian dian)→16. "The Treasure Gallery, Gallery of Qing Imperial Opera"/Area of Palace of Tranquil Longevity (Ningshou gong)→17. Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men)
Half-a-day Tour
(Plan A)
1. The Meridian Gate (Wu men)→2. "Painting and Calligraphy Gallery"/Hall of Martial Valor (Wuying dian) or  "The Ceramics Gallery"/Hall of Literary Brilliance (Wenhua dian)→3. Gate of Supreme Harmony (Taihe men)→4. Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihe dian)→5. Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghe dian)→6. Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→7. "Hall of Clocks"/Hall for Ancestral Worship (Fengxian dian) or  "Treasure Gallery, Gallery of Qing Imperial Opera"/The Palace of Tranquil Longevity Sector (Ningshougong qu)→8. Palace of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing gong)→9. Hall of Union (Jiaotai dian)→10. Palace of Earthly Tranquility (Kunning gong)→11. Hall of Mental Cultivation (Yangxin dian)→12. Area of Six Western Palaces or Area of Six Eastern Palaces→13. Imperial Garden (Yu huayuan)→14. Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men)
Half-a-day Tour
(Plan B)
1. Meridian Gate (Wu men)→2. Hall of Martial Valor (Wuying dian): Painting and Calligraphy Gallery→3. Gate of Supreme Harmony (Taihe men)→4. Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihe dian)→5. Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghe dian)→6. Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→7. Palace of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing gong)→8. Hall of Union (Jiaotai dian)→9. Palace of Earthly Tranquility (Kunning gong)→10. Area of Six Eastern Palaces (Dong liugong qu)→11. Hall for Abstinence (Zhai gong)→12. Outer Court of Palace of the Tranquil Longevity Sector (Ningshougong qu): Treasure Gallery and Stone Drum Gallery→13. Inner Court of Palace of the Tranquil Longevity Sector (Ningshougong qu): Treasure Gallery, Opera Gallery, and the Well of Consort Zhen (Zhenfei jing)→14. Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men) 
Two-hour Tour
(Plan A)
1.The Meridian Gate (Wu men)→2.Gate of Supreme Harmony (Taihe men)→3.Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihe dian)→4."Treasures from the Qing Palace"/West corridor rooms to the south of the Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→5.Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghe dian)→6.Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→7.Gate of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing men)→8.Palace of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing gong)→9.Hall of Union (Jiaotai dian)→10.Palace of Earthly Tranquility (Kunning gong)→11.Imperial Garden (Yuhua yuan)→12.Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men) 
Two-hour Tour
(Plan B)
1. The Meridian Gate (Wu men)→2. Gate of Supreme Harmony (Taihe men)→3. Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihe dian)→4. "Treasures from the Qing Palace"/Western corridor rooms to the south of the Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→5. "Memory of the Old Palace"/Eastern corridor rooms to the south of the Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→6. Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghe dian)→7. Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohe dian)→8. Gate of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing men)→9. Palace of Heavenly Purity (Qianqing gong)→10. Hall of Union (Jiaotai dian)→11. Palace of Earthly Tranquility (Kunning gong)→12. Imperial Garden (Yu huayuan)→13. Gate of Divine Prowess (Shenwu men) 
Tickets
The Palace Museum is limiting the daily number of visitors to 80,000, and recommending both individual visitors and tourist groups book tickets in advance online (booking address: https://gugong.ktmtech.cn). For detailed information and instruction, please refer to the "ticketing notice". Foreign visitors are required to provide passport numbers during the online booking. 
*Free admission for children under 1.2 meters in height
*Free admission for disabled visitors.
*concessions for elementary, middle school, and undergraduate students on production of valid student I.D. or certified letter from the school administrator (excluding graduate and adult or continuing education students): 20 yuan
*50% discount on concessions for seniors 60 years old and older with valid certificate or proof of age (passport, etc.)
*Women’s Day (March 8): Half-price admission for female visitors.
*Children’s Day (June 1): Free admission for children 14 years old and younger; 50% discount on admission for one accompanying parent, legal guardian, or adult.
GUIDED TOUR 
SERVICES
TICKETED 
GALLERIES
Treasure Gallery (Zhenbao guan) :10yuan
Hall of Clocks (Zhongbiao guan) :10yuan
*Free admission for children under 1.2 meters in height
*Free admission for children 6 years old or younger
*Free admission for disabled visitors.
*concessions for elementary, middle school, and undergraduate students on production of valid student I.D. or certified letter from the school administrator (excluding graduate and adult or continuing education students): 5 yuan
*youth ages 7 to 18: 5 yuan with valid certificate or proof of age (passport, etc)
*seniors 60 years old and older with valid certificate or proof of age (passport, etc.): 5 yuan
*Women’s Day (March 8): 5 yuan for female visitors.
*Children’s Day (June 1): Free admission for children 14 years old and younger; 5 yuan for one accompanying parent, legal guardian, or adult.
Regulations & Suggestions
-Smoking is strictly forbidden inside the Palace Museum. 

-Scratching surfaces and graffiti are strictly prohibited. 

-Please watch your personal belongings. 

-No pets.
Photography Policy: 
1. Photography is permitted for private, non-commercial use outdoors throughout the Forbidden City, except for sites or areas with "No Photography" signs. 
2. Visitors are not permitted to take photographs inside halls with original interior decoration whether on the central axis or the west route. 
3. The use of tripods and flash is prohibited in both special and permanent exhibitions. 
4. Works of art on loan from other institutions, domestic and abroad, may not be photographed. 
5. For special photography, please contact the Director's Office (Fax: (8610)8500-7415, gugong@dpm.org.cn). 
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