The origin and development of "Feima Tayan" - Unlocking Thunder Platform

As a 4A-level national tourist attraction, Leitai Park is a tourist destination on the Silk Road. The park includes the Flying Horse Treading Swallow Square, Han Cultural Street, Han Cultural Museum, Leitai Pavilion, and Leitai Han Tomb, etc. As soon as you enter the park, you can feel the pervasive Han culture...

Flying horse stepping on swallow square

Also known as Ma Chao Dragon Sparrow or Bronze Galloping Horse, it was a bronze sculpture during the Eastern Han Dynasty period. unearthed in Wuwei Leitai Han Tomb in 1969. It has been recognized by the National Tourism Administration and has become a symbol of tourism in China. The park is naturally designed around this rare treasure because Leitai is the birthplace of the "Horse Treading on Swallow". The entrance is the Horse Treading on Swallow Square, where the majestic "Horse Treading on Swallow" statue stands. There are also large relief walls that embody the essence of Han culture around the square.

Bronze Chariots and Horses, Ceremonial Guards and Soldiers

A team of copper carriage and horse ceremonial bronze figurines consists of 99 exquisitely cast copper sculptures. The Eastern Han Dynasty bronze figurines of carriages and horses consist of dozens of bronze horses, with beautiful and varied appearances, including agile and resolute riders, robust and powerful carriage drivers, and galloping horses with extraordinary speed. Some people hold their heads high and chest out, some jump and leap, some drive the carriage. The copper carriage and horse ceremonial team vividly depicts the magnificent scene of "carriage wheels rolling and horses neighing".

Leitai Chinese Cultural Museum

Farewell to the copper chariots, horses, ceremonial guards, and clay figurines, and visit the Letai Han Culture Exhibition Hall. Free admission. The highlight of the entire exhibition is undoubtedly the "Ma Ta Fei Yan" (Ma stepping on the flying swallow), known as the "Divine Horse" and the "Number One Horse" in the world. The displayed exhibits are meticulously replicated in their original form and proportion when they were unearthed. It is worth noting that the authentic artifact is currently displayed at the Gansu Provincial Museum. The national treasure was originally referred to as "Bronze Galloping Horse" when it was unearthed. After research and verification by experts and scholars, it was called "Ma Chao Long Que." Later, the famous archaeologist Guo Moruo named it "Ma Ta Fei Yan" (despite being controversial), and it has since become a symbol of tourism in China. The "Ma Ta Fei Yan" holds high artistic value.

Taiwan Lietai Temple

Lei Tai Guan is adjacent to the Han Culture Museum. Coming out from the exhibition hall, you can reach Lei Tai Guan in a few steps. Admission to Lei Tai Guan is free. Lei Tai Guan Yin is one of the famous Taoist temples in Wuwei, built in the Qing Dynasty. The main buildings of Guan Yin include the Feng Hall, the Lei Ancestor Hall, and the Three Emperor Hall. The entire temple is built on the famous Jin Dynasty Lei Tai. Entering through the gate of Lei Tai Guan, the road to the Han Tomb is on the right, which requires an admission fee, while going straight will lead you to Lei Tai.

Tomb of Leitai Han