Hanyao Ruins Park is the first large-scale theme park focusing on nuptial amenity and customs. It is located in the southeast of the Qujiang district in Xi’an city, with the Qujiang Ruins Park, the Great Wild Goose Pagoda, the Lotus Palace of Tang Dynasty and the Sleepless Town of Tang dynasty surrounding. The Hanyao Ruins Park is also one of the six ruins park projects in the New Qujiang District. It will cover 188.75 acres after completing, including park of 60 acres and other functional areas of 120 acres. The love stories in the history and nuptial customs are the main themes in the Hanyao Ruins Park, which is the first love-theme park in China. It is an excellent place for love-promise, love-memorize and love-education.
The Hanyao Ruins Park is one part of the national level cultural bases of Tang dynasty. In the past, this place is famous for the moving love story of Wang Baohuan and Xue Pinggui. The ruins was began to be built in late Qing dynasty, including the Ancestral Hall of Wang Baochuan. In the 23rd year of ROC, mother of general Yan Hucheng donated a lot of money for its repairing. In June 1984, it was repaired again with the local government’s support. On February 28th in 1985, it was formally opened to public.
The park covers 70 acres, with a gross investment 200 million. The whole park is made up of several functional areas, nuptial district, museum area and ruins zone and other museums of nuptial customs and sexual cultures, combining ruins protecting, entertainment and wedding experiencing. It opened to tourists on May 1st in 2010.
The new completed Hanyao Ruins Park uses love as its main theme, relying on historic and cultural heritages, combining the emotions of modern people, gives young lovers an excellent place of love-promise and wedding-experiencing. the adequate and systematic services make people feel that the real love will remain unshakable and become eve firmer as time goes by. At the same time, spread the duteous and holy love conception in the society.