Beijing Botanical Garden Tour Tickets and Scenic Spots Introduction

The Beijing Botanical Garden is located near the Temple of the Reclining Buddha in Xishan. It was established in 1956 with the approval of the State Council and has a planned area of ​​400 hectares. It is mainly for collecting, displaying and preserving plant resources in North China, Northeast China, and Northwest China …

The Botanical Garden has now been built into an open area of ​​more than 200 hectares, consisting of a botanical exhibition area, a scenic spot and a tourist area, and a nature reserve. The plant exhibition area includes ornamental plant area, arboretum, bonsai garden, and greenhouse flower area. The ornamental plant area consists of peony garden, peony garden, rose garden, green peach garden, lilac garden, magnolia garden, Jixiu garden (bamboo garden), begonia gardenia garden, gorgeous autumn garden, perennial flower garden, aquatic botanical garden and The Meiyuan Garden consists of 12 specialized gardens; the Arboretum is composed of Ginkgo, Pine and Cypress, Maple Rose, Willow and Willow, Magnolia Barberry, and Plane Oak and Oak, and Paulownia Ash. Built and opened in 1995; the exhibition greenhouse opened to the public on January 1, 2000 displays thousands of tropical and subtropical plants from all over the world. It is currently the largest plant exhibition greenhouse in Asi a.

In the garden, more than 560,000 cultivated plants were introduced, more than 5,000 species (including varieties), and 900,000 square meters of grass were laid. The scenic spots and historic sites are composed of the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, Cherry Valley, Longjiao Temple Site, One Two Nine Memorial Pavilion, Liang Qichao Cemetery, and Cao Xueqin Memorial Hall.

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