Longquan is located in southwest Zhejiang where the province borders Fujian and Jiangxi. Longquan is famous for its legendary Longquan Sword and celadon (greenware). The Longquan Sword is famous as “the Greatest Sword in China,” and the traditional firing technique used to produce Longquan celadon has been listed by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage. The “Dayao National Critical Celadon Ancient Kiln Site,” “Yuankou Ancient Celadon Kiln,” and Niumengang archaeological site all show off Longquan's long history, rich culture, and sophisticated celadon firing artistry. Longquan’s rich culture and history attracts countless travelers from China and abroad.
Songcheng Longquanshan Tourist Area is situated in Fengyang Mountain-Baishanzu Nature Reserve, Longquan City, Zhejiang Province. Its main peak, Huangmaojian, is 1929 meters over sea level. Similar to the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, it creates the unique natural wonders of many plateaus such as plateau lakes and alpine grasslands. Currently, six major scenic spots such as Longquan Grand Canyon and Wilderness Mountain Villa have been opened. The strange forms of the stone in the scenic spot, the Buddha light in the cloud top, and the Longquan Buddha in nature are all stunning
China Celadon Town·Peyun Celadon Culture Park is centered on the former site of the state-run Longquan Porcelain Factory, including the state-run Longquan Porcelain Factory Factory, the State-owned Porcelain Factory Exhibition Hall, the history of modern Longquan celadon, and the exhibition of master craftsmen. The core content is the "Celadon Tracing" historical stage play. The stage is based on the historical site of the Longquan Porcelain Factory. The history of Longquan Celadon is interpreted, allowing visitors to fully appreciate the charm of the Millennium Longquan celadon.
Longquan Celadon Museum is located on Jianchuan Avenue, Longquan City, Lishui. The outlook of the museum is very elegant. The entrance looks like a huge porcelain kiln. The exhibits include the ancient works of the Five dynasties, to the splendid "Goyao" works flourishing in the Yuan dynasty , as well as various celadon works made by modern masters. Visiting the museum allows you to understand the occurrence, prosperity, decline, and revival of Longquan porcelain industry.
Anren Yonghe Bridge is located in Anren Town, Longquan City, Zhejiang Province. It is a well-preserved covered bridge constructed from wood and stone. The enclosed area at the halfway point of the bridge has a lofted roof in the East Asian hip-and-gable style (Xieshan architecture) with the edges of the roof curled upwards. There are bridge towers at the endpoints on each side of the river. The bridge uses a combination of a pile foundation and a cantilever construction method. The wooden bridge house is richly carved and painted, and the inside of the bridge is outfitted with railings and wooden benches. Yonghe Bridge was first built in the first year of the Ming Chenghua Emperor and was originally called Yongning Bridge. It was later destroyed by fire during the reign of the Qing Shunzhi Emperor. The Kangxi Emperor rebuilt it in the 57th year of his reign and changed the name to its current name. In the fifth year of the Xianfeng Emperor's reign, two of the pilings were destroyed by floods, but they were rebuilt the next year. In the summer of 1911, flash floods from the mountains again destroyed two of the pilings, and they were again rebuilt the following year.