Chongyang Palace is one of the three major ancestral houses of Taoist Quanzhen School in China, as it was where Wang Chongyang—the master of Taoist Quanzhen School—used to live, cultivate, and be buried. The Jin dynasty, known as the "ancestral court of the world," used to enjoy the reputation of "Quanzhen Holy Land." The overall building of the Chongyang Palace still maintains the style of the palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. According to the Taoist regulations and the history of the Chongyang Palace, the central axis of the palace is arranged in the Taoist palace. The monolithic architecture inherits the style of the high platform style in the Yuan dynasty. It is majestic, expressing the sacredness and dignity of Taoist ancestors, so as to satisfy the worship of Taoist believers at home and abroad. The east and west sides are divided into stele forest viewing and Taoists living areas. Together with Curved Bridge, Bamboo Shadow, and so on, it forms a fantastic world that intrigues people's imaginations.