Nanguan Park

Nanguan Park, Beijing: Hours, Address, Nanguan Park Reviews: 3/5

6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

3.0
6 reviews
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yz1991
434 contributions
nice park but nothing to see
Jan 2018 • Solo
I usually take the park as a shortcut to dongzhimen subway. The park is nice but there is not much to see here. used to be quite fund 20 years ago
Written December 9, 2018
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-Guzzis-are-ace-
Beijing, China1,034 contributions
Small eco friendly park
Aug 2018 • Solo
Nanguan Park in Beijing is a small park with a walking track and an environmental focus in regards to its design and sustainability. There is a small lake and some nice gardens to enjoy.
Written August 8, 2018
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Marco_Sav
Singapore, Singapore52 contributions
A small place to relax between long walks
If you, unlikely as it is, happen to stumble across this small park, chances are, that your feet are hurting. In this case, it's a nice place to sit down or walk around for half an hour, even if you still hear the street noise everywhere. Entrance is free.
Written May 20, 2012
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Qupnicely
Beijing, China5,175 contributions
Ok place to sit a spell
Apr 2011
This is a very small park on a back street in between Dongzhimen and 'Ghost Street'. You're unlikely to stumble across it in the normal course of things and it's also unlikely to be on any tourist 'to do' list, so not surprising it hasn't been reviewed before. If you do happen by it, you'll see a cross-section of the local community represented, from babes in arms to OAPs in wheelchairs, and probably find some people singing or playing traditional music, or exercising in groups. I was there mid-morning last time I visited and witnessed all of the above as well as a little promotional kiddies show for an early-learning centre.

It isn't much of a park but quite pleasant and has an educational theme concerning water conservation - but most of the information is not translated into English. The central water feature has fountains and a colourful sculpture, which are nice enough when they're turned on, and I was lucky to time my visit with the blooming wisteria drooping abundantly from the many pergolas (much to the delight of one Chinese gentleman who kept saying 'they're real!' to his wife).

All in all, interesting enough for a short visit but not really near to any of the major attractions. Perhaps it may appeal to anyone interested in wandering the hutongs east of the Lama Temple or around the 'ghost' street area, but it's probably not going to feature in any short-trip itinerary. Free entry.
Written April 24, 2011
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