Liu’s Manor Museum, once a private residence of the landlord Liu Wencai, is now a well-preserved landlord's manor. The museum's treasure house displays the cultural relics of Liu Wencai's collection, including some paintings, writings and cultural relics and daily necessities. In the backyard of the manor, there is also are large-scale sculptures - “Rent Collection House”, which shows how the landlord collected his rent and made inspections. In the north of Rent Collection House, there is a three-story building. This is the "Lady's Building", which is said to be the residence of unmarried ladies in Liu family.