|Location||28 Yudao Road, Baixia District, Nanjing, China (鼓楼区广州路83号)|
|Nanjing district map|
Wuchaomen Park (Chinese: 午朝门公园) is a park located in Baixia District, Nanjing, China. The site once the forbidden grounds of a Ming Palace and has a palace gate dated from 1367, one of the few such gates that still exists in the city. Wuchaomen Park has a view over tree-lined Yudao road from the top of a grey-bricked structure. It has a reputation for saxophone playing and opera singing by local residents. Some visitors also practice tai chi or walk backwards in circles.