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Inside The Palace of Museum, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100006, China

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You can take public transportation-bus, subway and taxi to reach the The Imperial Garden of The Palace Museum in the Forbidden City. Taxis are not allowed to stop either at the southern gate or northern gate. The entry to the museum is allowed only through the Meridian Gate, its south gate. If you are taking subway 1 or 2, get off at Tiananmen East Station (Exit A), Tiananmen West Station (Exit B) or off at Qianmen Station (Exit A) respectively and go north to the Meridian Gate.

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about the imperial garden of the palace museum

The Imperial Garden is situated at the rear of the Imperial Palace, behind the Palace of Earthly Peace. The garden was built in 1420 AD for the emperors and their wives for relaxation and recreation and to enjoy the serenity of the place. The ancient trees, Cypresses and Chinese wisteria in its garden are more than hundreds years old. Within the grounds of the garden are various halls, pavilions, shrines, towers and gates.  One of the building is the Yang Xing Zhai, where the emperors of the Qing Dynasty use to frequently come to rest or have a quiet read. For a souvenir of your visit here, you can ask the artists present there to paint your portrait on porcelain plates.

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