The Dagukou Fort Ruins
Open from 01/01-12/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:30pm;Closed from 01/01-12/31,Mon (Local time)
The Dagukou Fort Ruins is located at the mouth of the Haihe River and is based on the Dagukou Fort built in the Ming Dynasty. There is a Dagukou Fortress Site Museum in the scenic area. When you enter the museum, you can start to visit the cultural relics and materials. The museum is divided into several parts, such as the Preface Hall, Gyeonggi Port, Sakaguchi Yuki, and the National Gate Depression. There are also 3D cinemas and temporary exhibition halls. . Through the ancient iron cannons, ancient clocks, gunboats, stone monuments and other cultural relics, the history of the humiliation of the old China in the 19th century was demonstrated, and people can understand the courage and helplessness of the Chinese people in fighting against foreign enemies.