This 126,000 square meter stretch of structures feels as though stepping into someone's dreamworld. Standing somber and serious, ornate stone archways dot the area of Meixi Royal Stone Archways. Covered in old inscriptions that add glimpses to its history, it's a protected place of culture that has been visited by thousands of travelers a year. Chen Fang of the Qing Dynasty was honored in these buildings by the emperor, with many of the inscriptions on the stone being life mottos that he had lived by. The area also includes Chen Fang's ancestral temple, a garden, and even a western style building. Visitors are encouraged to walk through the archways and the halls of the villa, temple, and chambers, learning about the history of the site, and the man that had been celebrated within it. There is also a waxworks museum where more famous names throughout history are celebrated, and a folk house exhibition where local Zhuhai cultural pieces can be found. It's a great way to learn not just of the buildings' history but the region's as well.