During the upcoming May Day holiday, Beijing’s 11 municipal parks and the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture will hold 38 activities in three categories of cultural exhibitions, flower-admiring activities and popular science activities, with an estimated two million visitors.
Millions of flowers have been placed to decorate landscapes at parks like Temple of Heaven Park, Taoranting Park and Jingshan Park.
During the holiday, the municipal parks will open more than 20 garden culture theme exhibitions, including cultural relics exhibitions at the Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven Park and Beihai Park and traditional garden cultural exhibitions at Temple of Heaven Park, Jingshan Park, Yuyuantan Park and the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture.
Special lectures and popular science activities on the themes of flowers, insects and environmental protection will also be held at parks like Temple of Heaven Park, Fragrant Hills Park and Beijing Zoo. Horticultural activities like parent-child planting and gardening experiencing will be held at the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture, enabling visitors to know more about the stories behind beautiful landscapes at parks.