The Western-style Gate, the main gate of the garden of Prince Kung’s Palace Museum, is located at the southern end of the garden’s central road.
The Rear Building is situated between the mansion and the garden of Prince Kung’s Palace. It stretches over 180 meters from the east to west and is composed of 111 rooms in a row.
The stele is embedded in Miyun Cave, a cavity formed by lake rocks piled into an artificial hill in the garden of Prince Kung’s Palace Museum.
Solitary Joy Peak, a five-meter-high rock excavated from the Taihu Lake area in East China, is located to the north of the famous Western-style gate in Prince Kung's Palace.
The Dihua Pavilion is located west of the Bat Pond in Prince Kung's Palace.
There is a rockery, known as Verdant Rock, to the north of Anshan Hall in Cuijin Garden of Prince Kung's Palace.
The Grand Theatre Tower in Prince Kung's Palace was built during the reign of Emperor Tongzhi (1862-1874) in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) as the main venue where Prince Kung and his family and their friends enjoyed traditional Chinese opera.
The Baoguang Chamber is located on the west road of Prince Kung's Palace.