Dayuwan, I went there yesterday. Dayuwan Bay is being renovated. The gate has been demolished. The parking lot is in ruins. There are announcements posted outside the scenic spot. It is not open to the outside world. However, we have found an empty place to park and visit it. Although not open to the outside world, there are still villagers selling potato eggs, bamboo buns, ginger candy and other specialties, stirring sugar and other craftsmen are also in the stall, buy a little memory of childhood, restaurants are many, the taste of bean silk is good, and 70 yuan a potato chicken is also cheap. Dayuwan has been here many times. Yesterday, Wenchang Pavilion finally boarded Wenchang Pavilion. Wenchang Pavilion climbed on the top of the back hill for about 30 minutes. After climbing the top, it can overlook the scenery near Dayuwan Bay. However, the season is not good now. In spring, rape flowers will be very beautiful. After going down the mountain, I saw the shadow play. The pig was five yuan a person.
Dayuwan Bay is a unique scenic spot in many scenic spots in Huangpi. Ticket 50, free parking. Dayuwan mainly visits ancient villages, which are also the most well-preserved villages. The village is small and can be visited in half an hour, but there are two performances to see. The cockfighting and shadow play are still quite wonderful. When you come to Dayuwan in March, you must go up the hill to see the beautiful rapeseed flowers. It's good to take some local products, eggs and honey before you leave.
Dayuwan is located in Shuangquan Village, Mulan Township, Huangpi District. It is a famous historical and cultural village in China and a cultural relic protection unit in Hubei Province. So far, dozens of stone houses in Ming and Qing dynasties have been preserved, and the architectural style is the best among the folk houses in Hubei province. The architecture of Dayuwan Bay is a typical Huizhou architecture. In spring, you can also see the sea of rape flowers. Farmhouse fun is good! You can enjoy a half-day tour.
1. As for the subordination of Dayuwan Village, I haven't really made it clear yet. There are three results of online search - "(1) Huangpi Dayuwan belongs to Shuangquan Village, Yanzigang Town, under the jurisdiction of Huangpi District; (2) Dayuwan belongs to Wangjiahe Street, Huangpi District, Wuhan City; (3) Dayuwan Village is located in Mulan Town, Huangpi District, Wuhan City. One is the town (village), the other is the street, the other is the township, which family actually belongs to. 2. The reason why we can not find the correct answer is related to the unclear introduction of Dayuwan village itself. The first sentence on the Kanban introduction that we saw at the entrance of the village is - "Dayuwan village is a famous historical and cultural village inhabited by Yu family name, built in Hongwu period of Ming Dynasty." 3. Visit the Cong of Dayuwan village. From the beginning to the end, all the introductions about Dayuwan Village and the scenic spots in Dayuwan Bay are not clear. 4. Dayuwan Village is a well-known historical and cultural village inhabited by Yu surname. It was built in Hongwu period of Ming Dynasty and immigrated from Wuyuan, Jiangxi Province. 5. The overall layout of the village is peculiar. 108 ancient buildings and historic buildings of Ming and Qing Dynasties are all over the village. The exterior walls of most ancient dwellings are left with thousands of hand-painted color murals of the Qing Dynasty, which are rare in the ancient dwellings of central China. Its architectural features are - "front wall enclosure water, back wall. The courtyard sets the courtyard, and the courtyard connects the rooms. Hundreds of households in the village colluded with twenty lanes. Every family is connected and every door is separated. Bluestone Plate Road, Dripping Line Stone Wall. There are flying Ryukyu tiles on the top, and the eaves stretch like birds and animals. Indoor sculpture, eaves and galleries in front of the door. " 6. According to the village general records, the ancestors of the village once had a glorious history "a family of three Taishou, five generations and four Shangshu". The folk sculptors, painters, masons, carpenters here are well-known far and near, especially the kiln craftsmen, who once said "Fourteen Kiln Craftsmen of the Tenth Han Dynasty". Dayuwan Village is a tranquil and indifferent idyll inherited by the ancients. Villagers still maintain the old folkways and customs. They feel like traveling through time and space. 7. Dayuwan Village, Mulan Township, Huangpi District, Wuhan City, has unique residential buildings, which are well preserved and worth seeing. As long as the ancient towns, villages and streets in rural China have not been developed into tourist attractions, we must seize the time. Anyone who has been developed into a tourist attraction should try to avoid going there. 8. For more information and photos about the Dayuwan Village in Huangpi, Wuhan, you can refer to my Ctrip Travel Notes "More than 40 stone dwellings, carved beams and painted buildings, and simple Folkways in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties in Fengshui pattern "http://you.ctrip.com/travels/wuhan145/36359.html" with a link address of "http://you.ctrip.com/travels/wuhan145/36359.html].
Dayuwan Bay is a very simple and quiet place for family outings. There is a sense of time staggering in the ancient buildings. Looking at the mottled brick walls and the playful children, we suddenly have a lot of insights into life. Suggestions for people living in the city to have time to walk slowly and feel the simplest life.
For the first time, the buildings in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China were well preserved. It's not the buildings here, it's the living villages that are inhabited. Maybe the gate is being repaired, so there is no parking fee. There was not much shopping in the complex. The main time was spent climbing mountains to Wenchang Temple. It's interesting.
It is a famous historical and cultural village in China and a 4A-level scenic spot. The main attractions are the ancient buildings of Ming and Qing Dynasties. The natural scenery is also good. The air is fresh and the villagers are harmonious. Look at the ancient buildings, climbing mountains, eating farm food is still very good. In front of that "Yuting" there is a yellow brand firewood farmer's meal. It tastes good, the price is fair, the service of the shop is warm and thoughtful, and it is rare in the scenic spots. It is an hour's drive from Wuhan downtown area, especially suitable for weekend outings. Tourists who like the countryside are worth visiting.
Simple folk style, a little extraordinary feeling! I like that kind of ancient architecture.