Changguan Tower is located in the northwest of Beijing Zoo. It was built in early 1908 by French architects. It is the Royal Changhe Palace with a unique style in the late Qing Dynasty. It is the most complete European-style building preserved in Beijing and the only Royal Summer Palace preserved in Beijing. It closes from Monday to Friday and opens on weekends.
Changguan Building, built in the early 34 years of Guangxu, is a royal palace in the suburbs of the late Qing Dynasty. There are enamel mosaic plaques "Changguan Building "at the main entrance. Surrounding the water, the trees hide the smell. It is of great historical value and worth visiting.
For the first time, the history of zoos was originally agricultural.
Overall, it feels good. It has some historical significance. It's good.
It's a very good place to show that this place is suitable for everyone to play and must come.
The environment is good, suitable for small gatherings, and the price is affordable.
Few people go to the zoo to observe him, but he is so quiet there, quietly waiting.
The environment is very good, the price is reasonable and I like it very much.
Beautiful. You are welcome to have time to enjoy it.