Situated in the downtown area of Wuhu city, this scenic area covers a total area of 630,000 square meters. Its key scenic sites are the Zheshan Park, Luhecun Tea Ceremony Museum and Guangji Temple. It is a comprehensive scenic area integrating leisure, recreation, religious service and catering trade.
The principal tourist attractions in the Zheshan Mountain Park include the Zhongshan Hall, General Dai Anian Tomb, Yinyuan Garden, Yiyuan Garden, Cuiming Garden, Zheta Pagoda, Shutian Pavilion, Juxian Pavilion and ancient Huyang Cave; and the places for public leisure and entertainment include the Ningfang, Azalea and Chinese Flowering Crabapple gardens, various exhibition halls, a zoo, extensive flower beds, tea houses and amusement parks.
Admission ticket price:
10 yuan per person
The Luhecun Tea Ceremony Museum lies at the southern foot of Zheshan Mountain. With an area of some 2,000 square meters, it can accommodate over 500 visitors at a time. The museum houses a great number of wood carvings, brick carvings and stone carvings, as well as couplets, old furniture, porcelain, and paintings and calligraphy of Huizhou from the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911). The Guangji Temple was constructed in the reign period of Emperor Qianning (894-897) of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Since then, the temple has annually held the Ksitigarbha Temple Fair on the 30th day of the 7th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. At that time, both religious believers and visitors pour into the temple, some on pilgrimage and others simply enjoying the spectacle.
Source: Anhui Travel Guide