Introduction of Scenery
  • Danfeng Gate

    Danfeng Gate is the south gate of Daming Palace, which has altogether five gateways with a tower in the top and the biggest scale than any other gate, and there is a royal road with about 500m long right to the courtyard of Hanyuan Temple.
    The newly-built Danfeng Gate is not rebuilt but a newly-made model made up of slabs hung upon the steel structure.
    The interior of the Danfeng Gate is a museum mainly in the former relics of Danfeng Gate which realizes the perfect combination of reservation and presentation.

  • Hanyuan Temple

    Hanyuan Temple is the main hall of Daming Palace, whose name has been used since it was built for 223 years, which is a place used for holding national ceremonies. The grand meeting in New Year’s Day and Winter Solstice and varieties of ceremonies like audience of foreign missions and changing the designation of an imperial reign, enthronement, royal celebration, amnesty and military parade were all held here. The foundation of Hanyuan Temple includes a 11-room base in width with nearly 76m and 4-room in length with nearly 40m which fully represents the majestic momentum that the royal gates were opened one by one to welcome the foreign missions and officials showing their respect to the emperor.
  • Linde Temple

    Linde Temple is also called Three Temple, whose main functions are holding royal banquets, enjoying music and dance shows, meeting foreign missions and setting up Taoist rites etc. In the third year of Chang’an Period, that is 703 A.D., Emperor Wuzetian met with and had dinner with the Japanese mission Sutian here. The officials in Tang Dynasty were proud of being present in Linde Temple.

  • Taiye Pool

    Taiye Pool, also called Penglai Pool, lies in the north of Daming Palace, which is the most important royal pool in Tang Dynasty. There is an island in the Pool, where Taiye Pavilion was built. There are large amount of palaces, courtyards and waterside pavilions at the banks of the Pool which show very magnificent momentum.
    The rebuilt Taiye Pool with wide expanse of mist-covered waters shows the real features of the Tang royal gardens once again in front of the people.

  • Daming Palace Relics Museum

    Daming Palace Relics Museum lies under the ground of the central scenary of Daming Palace Relics Park with construction area of 10,000 square meters, which uses the design of semi-underground structure. It mainly shows the cultural relics and relative materials unearthed in Daming Palace Relics and a lot of tools and utensils used by royal families.

  • Archaeological Discovery Center

    Archaeological Discovery Center lies in the west of Yudao Plaza with its exhibition area of 3,500 square meters. By using the leading 2D and 3D media exhibition technology, the tourists could experience the fun of the restoration of cultural relics by themselves. In this center, there are also vivid animation video materials and archaeological on-spot experience which make the tourists experience the mysterious fun of archaeological work by themselves.

  • Miniature Landscape

    In order to make large amount of tourists directly feel the biggest palace complex with brick structure of Daming Palace in the world, Daming Palace National Relics Park uses model presentation method to miniaturize the whole scenery of Daming Palace at the ratio of 1:15. 1,100 buildings are carved delicately and portrayed with golden and silver color. Walking through there, people would have a feeling of coming back to the royal palaces in great Tang Period and couldn’t help highly praising the unparalleled scale and momentum of Daming Palace.

  • Sculpture Group

    The sculpture, called the Concretionary Dance and Poem, expresses the deep meaning with its distinctive sculpture language. The sculpture group with Tang style all over the park shows the different aspects of great Tang culture and creates the infinite imagination space with its rich subjects.