Harbin Stalin Park - with more than 10 x sculptures in the park
Last Update: 9th October 2020
Located at the southern bank of the Songhua River, Harbin Stalin Park offers small Russian classical architectures, and five-colors grass beds. In winter, the park is decorated with breathtaking ice sculptures. It is a great spot to admire the sunset on the Songhua River.
Harbin Stalin Park Fast Facts
- Chinese Name: Ha’erbin Sidalin Gongyuan (哈尔滨斯大林公园)
- Area: 10 hectares
- Things to do there: Photography, Sculptures, Hiking
- Who visits: Photographers, Sculptors
- Time required: 1 x hour
What to expect at Harbin Stalin Park
In the Harbin Stalin Park, you’ll find exquisite sculptures standing in the greens. Swans Stretch Wings, Three Teenagers, Diving, Sword Dance and the like present an artistic atmosphere.
As the park is adjacent to the Songhua River, it is very cool in summer. Locals love to sing, dance and stroll around the park. When it is fine at early September, some pupils regularly do military training there.
Best time to visit Harbin Stalin Park
If you’d love to visit the park for photography purposes, the best time to visit is at sunset.
The best months to visit are from late December to February and from May to September.
How to get to Harbin Stalin Park
Several buses pass by the park. Thus, there are several options.
- Rent a vehicle to the park. This is the quickest and most direct option.
- Take Bus 8, 12, 16, or Bus 95 the Stop of Fanghong Jijianta (防洪纪念塔站). Then walk to the park.
- Take Bus 2, or Bus 4 to the Stop of Tongjiang Shidi Gongjiao Shuniu (通江湿地公交枢纽站).Then walk to the park.
Additional Harbin Stalin Park Travel Advice
- Opening hours: 24 hours
- Tourists can visit the park for free.
- If you are planning to visit the park and walk on the frozen Songhua River in winter, please wear enough warm clothes and anti-skid hiking shoes.