The tomb of Cai Lun is located 200 meters south of Longtingpu, Yangxian County, Shaanxi Province. The tomb area covers an area of 5 acres and the tomb is 7 meters high. There are three stone steles in front of the tomb. Cai Lun’s tomb and shrine is a national key cultural relics protection unit.
The cemetery originally covers an area of 25 acres, but now it is 6 acres. There are 13 construction facilities in the park. The flowers and trees are lush, the ancient cypresses towering into the sky, the stone monuments are lined, the green bamboos spit out green, the sweet osmanthus fragrance, the palaces are simple and elegant, and the statues are vivid and vivid. The south is the shrine. The central axis of the shrine is followed by the mountain gate, worship hall, and xian hall from south to north. On the main hall, there is a plaque inscribed on the official book "Caihou Temple" of Emperor Dezong of the Tang Dynasty. There is a statue of Cai Lun in the hall. On the right wall is painted the "Cai Lun paper" production process flow chart, and on the left wall is painted the mural painting of the thanksgiving picture that Cai Lun was named Longting Hou in 114 AD. On both sides of the central axis of the Cai Lun Temple, there are ancient buildings such as the Bell Tower, Drum Tower, Wing Room, Theatre Building, and modern calligraphy master Yu Youren wrote the original cursive script for Cai Lun Temple.