Located in northwest of Enshi City, central China’s Hubei Province, the Enshi Tusi City is the only landmark construction of Tusi culture in Tujia area, with the largest and the most magnificent scale, the most unique style, and the most beautiful scenery.
Covering an area of more than 20 hectares, the Enshi Tusi City is built on a mountain slope, with streams running through, and dotted with green pines and bamboos. Built by local artisans, it’s a manor architectural complex, modeled after an antique Tusi city in Tujia area. Here you can enjoy all the traditional architectures of Tujia, Miao and Dong ethnic groups, showing architectures and sculptures of various styles.
Opened to the public in 2002, the Enshi Tusi City is composed of three main scenic areas: ethnic culture exhibition area, religion exhibition area, and leisure and recreation area. There are a lot of scenic spots, mainly including the Jiujin Hall, Bell Tower, Drum Tower, Wind-and-Rain Bridge of the Dong people, Grand View Garden Gate Tower, Hexagonal Pavilion, City Wall, Iron Chain Bridge, White Tiger Statue, Large Garden, and Tea House and so on.
Tujia Jiujin Hall, located in the center of ethnic culture area, consists of hanging house, waving hands hall, official hall, study hall, terrace, and theatrical stage. With pavilions of several levels, engraved pillars and primitive windows and doors, it is a synthesis of Tujia architecture, sculpture and painting, and the largest Tujia archaize architectural complex with the most typical style and most majestic appearance in the country.
ADD: No. 138 Tusi Road, Enshi City, Hubei Province.