Eastern Qing Tombs

Apr. – Oct. Nov. – Mar.
Admission Fee Combo Ticket: CNY 108
Yuling (Tombs of Qianlong the Emperor): CNY60
Dingdongling (Tombs of Cixi): CNY60
Combo Ticket: CNY 80
Yuling (Tombs of Qianlong the Emperor): CNY40
Dingdongling (Tombs of Cixi): CNY40
Free for children under 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) and  over 70 year old
Battery Car CNY 30
Opening Hours 8:30-17:00

Eastern Qing Tombs Scenic Spot is an imperial mausoleum complex from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in Zunhua, a county-level city in Tangshan,Hebei province. It is located just 125 kilometers to the east of Beijing. The tombs are the largest, most complete and best preserved mausoleum complex in China. The tomb complex was initially established in 1663 when the dynasty was ruled by the fourth emperor – Emperor Kangxi. Construction lasted until 1908 when Empress Dowager Cixi was buried. During this 247 years, the tomb complex witnessed the ups and downs of the dynasty.

Eastern Qing tombs has 15 cemeteries for a total of 161 imperial members, including 5 emperors (Shunzhi, Kangxi, Qianlong, Xianfeng and Tongzhi) and 15 empresses, as well as over 580 structures, including towers, palaces, memorial arches and Buddha statues. All of them are of great cultural and artistic significance.

At present, only four cemeteries – Yuling Tomb, Eastern and Western Dowager Tombs, and Xiangfei Tomb are open to tourists.

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