Highlights: Founded in the Tang Dynasty, Fayuan Temple is home to the Chinese Buddhist Academy and the Chinese Buddhist Library and Cultural Relics Museum. It is also one of the oldest and famous temples in Beijing. The environment inside the temple is quiet, and it is very quiet and comfortable to come here to worship Buddha and pray for blessings. In addition, it is also a religious museum, where you can visit many precious Buddhist relics. The temple of Fayuan Temple is not big, with a depth of about 200 meters. Outside the temple is a bustling street. Once you enter the temple gate, you will come to a clean and simple world. The trees in the courtyard are lush and the buildings are simple, and everything seems to be quiet. From the outside to the inside of the temple, there are many ancient buildings such as the Daxiong Hall, the Guanyin Hall, the Great Compassion Temple, and the Tibetan Scripture Building, which can be visited one by one. In addition to being a Buddhist gate, Fayuan Temple is also a religious museum. In the Great Compassion Altar in the temple, there are many Buddhist cultural relics on display, including the early Chinese Buddha statues - the pottery Buddha statue in the Eastern Han Dynasty, the pottery soul bottle in the Eastern Wu Dynasty, the stone statues of the Northern Wei Dynasty, the stone Buddha statues of the Tang Dynasty, the iron Buddha statues of the Five Dynasties, and the Song woodcarving Arhats, etc. A cultural relic that must be visited carefully. There are also begonias and other plants in the garden. Every spring, the flowers are in full bloom, which is a good time to take pictures.