Few Boxer Memorial Halls in China are small in size and not many exhibits, but they commemorate the characteristics of that era and have certain characteristics. The tickets for the memorial hall include a small square and a group of sculptures. Apart from the contents of the Boxer Rebellion, Lv Zutang was originally about the Taoist architecture of worshipping Lv Dongbin, as well as the statues of Lv Dongbin, as well as some historical features and stone sculptures in Hongqiao District. Visits are free.
In 1900, the Boxer regiment Qianzi Regiment took this place as the entrance of the altar to carry out the campaign against imperialist aggression. Some inscriptions of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, historical pictures and materials, as well as the stone locks and weapons used by the Boxer Regiment in training, are still worth seeing.
Tianjin Lv Zu Tang is a pagoda for sacrificing Lv Dongbin, one of the eight immortals. In 1900, it was used as a place for Boxers to practise martial arts and a command post to fight against the invasion of imperialist powers. Now a memorial hall has been built here. The memorial hall is not very big, but it has great historical significance.