Zizhuyuan Palace is located on the south side of Ziyuwan Pier in the northwest of Zizhuyuan Park and on the west side of Zizhu Temple. The palace was built in the Ming Dynasty. It was originally the lower court of Wanshou Temple in the Ming Dynasty. It was built during the Qianlong period. As Emperor Qianlong, he accompanied his mother to the Wanshou Temple and the residence on Suzhou Street. The palace is facing the lake, and two flagpoles have been built on the bank of the river. There are ancient locust trees on both sides of the palace gate, which have been more than 200 years old. On the east side is the Zizhu Temple, with the Daxiong Hall, Guanyin Hall, etc., which mainly enshrine Zizhu Guanyin. There are two horse chestnut trees in front of the door with flowers blooming.
There is a courtyard located on the north and west side of Zizhuyuan Park. This is the Zizhuyuan Palace, which is a key cultural preservation unit at the district level. The palace is divided into a front yard, a backyard, and a corridor, a royal building with red doors, green windows, and carved beams, which is quiet and atmospheric. Although Zizhuyuan Park is free, it is necessary to purchase tickets to visit the palace.
There is a palace in Zizhuyuan Park, which Qianlong built for him and his mother to take a break during a boat trip to the West Mountain. The palace is facing a royal pier. When I visited here, the palace was closed. Standing on the stone steps of the palace of Zizhu, I can still feel a kind of solemnity, a kind of solemnity, and a shocking shock.
During the Spring Festival, it's free. It's very quiet. . . . . .
This palace is really always beautiful in winter.