Ji County Drum Tower was built in 1371 in Ming Hongwu. It is located at Wenchang Road, Jixian County, Tianjin. It is an ancient building that reflects the architectural style of the Han Dynasty in the Ming Dynasty. The Gulou Drum Tower stands on the high platform of the city center. There are three sides in the east and west, two in the north and south, and ten thick red lacquer pillars in the surrounding area. The surrounding arches and cloisters, and the Qingwajiu ridge resting on the mountain roof reflect the wisdom and superb architectural skills of the ancient Han working people. The building is currently a cultural relics protection unit in Tianjin, a cultural relics protection unit in Jixian County, and a historical building with a focus on protection.