Quanzhou Mansion Confucian Temple is a national key cultural relics protection unit and one of the main cultural monuments in Quanzhou. It is a good choice to stroll around and learn about relevant historical knowledge. It is interesting and unique in architectural style.
Fuwen Temple is the largest Confucian temple in southern China. The overall scale of the building is magnificent. The temple displays more than 500 cultural relics such as the relics of Quanzhou celebrities of the past dynasties, ritual instruments and musical instruments, etc. It is a good place to appreciate the chanting and elegant deeds of the literati.
Quanzhou Confucian Temple is quite big in Fujian, it feels bigger than Fuzhou Confucian Temple and Tingzhou Confucian Temple, and has a long history, dating back to the Tang Dynasty. This attraction is a national key cultural relics protection unit. It used to be charged, but now it is free to visit. Not long after the reopening, you have to wear a mask, measure your body temperature, and log your personal information in the near future.
Tumen[Value for money] Ancient City Ruins Museum
Free to visit. In the afternoon on weekdays, there are not many tourists. You can quietly look at the plaque in the Dacheng Hall, or take a walk along the pool. There is a small exhibition hall on the side of the Guoxue Lecture Hall, which displays some old photos and antiquities.