Hu's residence was a private residence of Hu Lai, a deputy azechi, in Qinzhou and Shanxi Province in the Ming Dynasty. The existing building eight, one yuhuamen, three shadow wall, main building main hall and house courtyard for the original Ming Dynasty, the rest for the Qing Dynasty rebuilt, is the most complete Ming Dynasty residence preserved at present.
Tianshui Folk Museum is a special museum of Tianshui folk custom and folk culture, which is based on Hu's ancient folk houses. It fully embodies the typical features of the residential architecture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties,
This is an ancient residence located in the center of Tianshui City. It was built in the Ming Dynasty and is composed of more than a dozen courtyards. It is well preserved and has a history of more than 500 years. It is a national key cultural relics protection unit and is open to tourists for free.
The ancient residence of the Hu family, also known as Nanzhaizi, was named because it was built and lived in by the Hu family. It is now the Tianshui Folk Museum, which is open for free. Because it is a museum, it is closed on Mondays. Please come back later.
The Hu's residence was built in the Ming Dynasty. It is a mansion for the official officials. It is very large in scale, with two courtyards in the Nanzhai and Beizhai. From the Ming Dynasty to the Republic of China, it was the private residence of the local Hu family.