Beijing Forbidden City Ticket
Why Choose Us to Book Tickets?
  • Save your trouble to book tickets on your own. Ticket often sold out in peak seasons.
  • Skip the line and just show your passport to check in.
  • Tickets guaranteed during peak season.(book in advance) Admission limit up to 30000 tourists every day.
  • Tickets can be changed or cancelled if you inform us in advance.
 Available Everyday except Monday
 Enter directly with passport
How to Book Tickets?

When you make the booking, you need to notify us your exact visiting date, all your companions' names and passport numbers.
After the booking is confirmed, you can visit the Forbidden City with your passport. Skip the line and just check in with your passport at the entrance.

Note: It is advised that you book the tickets 6days in advance, it was often sold out in peak seasons.

Opening Hours:

Open from Tuesdays to Sundays, Closed on every Monday (except for national holidays)

Peak season runs from Apr 1st to Oct 31st, 8:30 - 17:00 (no admission past 16:10)

Non-peak season runs from Nov 1st to Mar 31st, 8:30 - 16:30 (no admission past 15:40)

Morning entry during 8:30-12:00
Afternoon entry during 12:00-16:10(Apr. 1st- Oct. 31st);12:00-15:40(Nov. 1st- Mar. 31st)

How to Get There?

You can take a taxi or Subway Line 1(Get off at Tian'anmen Square) to get to the Forbidden City.

If you would like a transfer service to be picked up from your hotel, we recommend you to book 1 Day In-depth Beijing Forbidden City Discovery Tour or 1 Day tour to Forbidden city, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace.

If you would like a tour guide service, please check Half Day Forbidden City Group Tour. Get together at the Tian'anmen Square with other tourists and then the tour guide will accompany you to vivist the Forbidden City.

What to Expect in the Forbidden City ?

In the central heart of Beijing, the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace) remained the residence of the emperors for nearly five hundred years, from the 15th century to the early 20th century, and was the actual and symbolic seat of imperial power. Popularly known as the Forbidden City, it was built in the Ming Dynasty between the 4th and the 18th years of the Yongle period (1406 – 1420 AD). Many of the buildings of the Palace have been repaired and rebuilt, but their basic style and layout remain in their original state.


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