We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I visited in winter so there was very little to see in terms of scenario except bamboo and pine trees. However, there are some nice garden landscaping and architecture and it’s a nice little park in the middle of busy Beijing.
Yuetan Park, with the Moon Temple, may not be the biggest and grandest park one can visit in Beijing, but for a mere 1 yuan entrance fee, it is certainly worth exploring. There's a lot of real life going on!
While I would not recommend this park to anyone who is visiting Beijing for the firs time and only has a few days to explore the city, if this is not your first time in Beijing and you have already visited all the usual attractions,...More
Yuetan was once the altar of the moon. Now it is just a park. The altar and associated buildings are in a very poor state and have been concreted shut. The altar has clearly suffered and is not a priority for restoration. The park itself...More