Zuiyuan Gallery was first built in the Ming Dynasty. It was originally a five-institution courtyard. It is the porch of the Wang’s Tawan Street House in Xitang. It has four existing entrances, including ancient brick flower beds and rare micro-brick arch bridges in Jiangnan. The ancient brick flower beds in the courtyard were built together with the house, which has a history of more than 300 years. The “Drunken Wild Bridge” in the south courtyard is only a passing, and is a famous brick arch bridge in the south of the Yangtze River.