Yu Qian Shrine is located at Mount Santai in Xihu District, Hangzhou City. Yu Qian was framed for treason and killed in Beijing. His remains were buried at the shrine. The case was finally overruled, and Ming Emperor Xiaozong built a shrine beside the tomb, combing the two into one. He also set two mourning festivals, in Spring and Automn, for Yu Qian. Currently, there are different Ming-style stone statues and plaques on the two sides of the tomb. In the halls of the shrines, documents and artifacts about Yu Qian are on display. The tomb is surrounded by conifer trees, creating a valuable cultural heritage scenic area by Xihui Lake that serves to educate visitors about nationalism.