To determine high‐resolution and models of the lithosphere of continental China, we assembled numerous high‐quality arrival‐time data from 11,953 earthquakes recorded by the China Digital Seismic Network. Double‐difference (DD) seismic tomography is applied to simultaneously determine earthquake locations and and models. Two inversion grids with grid intervals of 1° and 0.5° are sequentially used. The inverted velocity models with the coarser grid are used as the initial models for the finer grid. For the inversion with the coarser grid, the 3D model from ambient noise tomography and the converted model based on an empirical relationship between and are used as the initial models. The checkerboard resolution test shows that with the current data configuration both and models down to 150 km have a spatial resolution of 1° in the horizontal direction in most of continental China and up to 0.5° in eastern China. The inverted velocity models are further validated by arrival times from active sources and surface‐wave data. The model is also consistent with that along the deep seismic sounding (DSS) profile. High‐resolution and models of crust and upper mantle down to 150 km provide important constraints on tectonics beneath continental China. We name the inverted velocity models as USTClitho1.0 (Unified Seismic Tomography models for continental China lithosphere) for easy reference. Overall, our tomographic images in the shallow crust correlate well with surface geology. In the deeper part, our velocity models show some well‐known features, such as a low‐velocity layer in the middle crust beneath the Tibetan plateau (TP) and a thin lithosphere beneath the North China craton.