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Yonghegong, also known as Yonghe Temple (or 雍和宫 in Chinese, the Palace of Peace and Harmony), is a Buddhist temple in the Dongcheng district. It was originally the home of Prince Yong, the fourth son of the Kangxi Emperor, who went on to become the Yongzheng Emperor in 1722. According to tradition, after his residence, the building was converted to a temple and is still used by Tibetan monks and other practitioners of Buddhism. Visit to see the stunning artworks, such as the giant statue of the Maitreya Buddha, or to light some incense and pay your respects.
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General information

opening hours

From April until October, the temple is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. From November until March, the temple is open daily from 9 am to 4.30 pm.


Tickets to the temple cost CNY25, and entry is free for children who are less than 3’9 (1.2 meters) tall.


Yonghegong Lama Temple
12 Yonghegong Street
Dongcheng Qu
Beijing 100007

how to get there

Yonghegong Temple is easy to reach by public transport. You can arrive by taking the metro to Yonghegong (Yonghe Temple) Station, which is served by lines 2 and 5 of the Beijing metro, taking exit F and walking for approximately 2 minutes. Alternatively, you can take bus numbers 13, 166, 177, and 684 to Yonghegong Station, bus numbers 13, 18, 44, 75, 116, 684, Te 2, and Te 12 to Yonghegong Qiao Dong Station, or bus numbers 117 or 125 to Yonghegong Qiao Bei Station.
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