Qichao Memorial Hall is a large part of Liang Qichaos former residence. It is a pure white building that combines the characteristics of Chinese and Western architecture. There is a huge fish pond in front of the memorial hall. The rotating staircase leads directly from the surface of the fish pond to the second floor of the memorial hall. It seems to be a water from the water. The squatting passage has a strange architectural style.
Entering the memorial hall, you will see a lot of historical pictures and text explanations, mainly about Mr. Liang Qichao's deeds. A picture vividly reproduces the spirit of Mr. Liang Qichao's patriotism, hard work, and a paragraph of text explanation. It is also to let people know the great achievements of Mr. Liang Qichao. In addition to historical materials, the museum also displays some of Mr. Liang Qichao's works and newspapers he founded, such as "The Collection of Drinking Rooms" and "The Times".
A huge bronze statue stands in the middle of the memorial hall. Mr. Liang Qichao in the bronze statue was wearing a windbreaker, his right hand was akimbo, and the left hand holding the book roll was placed vertically on the side of the body. The left foot was slightly extended forward. The look on his face seemed to be thoughtful, his eyes fixed, and he could not help but sigh. Reminiscent of Mr. Liang Qichao's appearance and struggle for the country. The memorial hall is a reappearance of Mr. Liang Qichao's struggle history, and Liang Qichao's former residence is the embodiment of Mr. Liang Qichao's life. The blue brick wall, the earthen tile, the bungalow-style building, stepping into the former residence, the heavy feeling of the age, due to the protection of the villagers and the government, the original residence retains its original appearance, For this reason, people have felt the living environment of Mr. Liang Qichao from the bricks and tiles, from the wooden furniture, from the mottled ground.