DingLing

Beijing, China

Introduction

Great Red Gate

Shen Gong Stele Pavilion

The Sacred Way (1)

The Sacred Way (2)

Chang Ling (1)

Chang Ling (2)

Ding Ling

MingTombs Museum

Finally

Beijing Guide

Introduction to DingLing Tomb

The 4,000 square meter (13,000 square feet) Underground Palace at Ding Ling, rediscovered in 1956, was the burial place of Emperor WanLi (reign 1572-1620), his wife and his favorite concubine.

Construction of the burial chamber at DingLing commenced before the emperor was 20 years old.

It is a vast marble vault, buried 27m (88 ft) underground and divided into five large chambers.

Admission: 60 yuan in summer; 40 yuan in winter; 8:30am till 5pm.

MingTombs Museum