The Tengwang Pavilian was first built in the early Tang Dynasty and is a 4-A scenic spot. It lies on the Gan River. The Tengwang Pavilion, the Huanghe Pavilion and the Yueyang Pavilion are called the three famous pavilions to the south of the Yangtze River. Wang Bo came here and wrote the eternal masterpiece - "Preface to the Tengwang Pavilion".
The August 1st Nanchang Uprising Museum
The August 1st Nanchang Uprising Museum lies at the site of the August 1st Nanchang Uprising Headquarters (the former Jiangxi Great Hotel). In 1977, the August 1st Nanchang Uprising Museum was named as one of the hundred patriotic education demonstrating bases by the Central Propaganda Department of the Chinese Communist Party. President Jiang Zemin made the following inscription there: “This Is the Sacred Place Where the People’s Liberation Army Was Born”. In 2007, in memory of the 80th anniversary of the Nanchang Uprising, this museum was rebuilt on a large scale.
The Shengjin Pagoda was first built in the late Tang Dynasty. To dig the land and build the pagoda, an iron container with an ancient sword, a gold rope and some Buddhist relics were needed. For this reason, it was named Shengjin Pagoda. It is the highest ancient building in Nanchang City.
Badashanren Museum (in Qingyunpu District)
Badashanren Museum lies on the bank of Mei Lake. During the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties, the outstanding painting master Zhuda (his literary name is Badashanren) ever enclosed himself there. In order to commemorate Zhu Da, the first ancient painter museum was built at this site.