Discovered in autumn of 1964, it covers an area of 300,000 square meters. During 1972 to 1980, the museum in Zhengzhou city had explored 11 times and found a lot of relics such as tombs, ashes pits, foundations.
The wood-bone-molding building with four floors, existing over 5000 years, is the best preserved house among similar ones in China. It not only lays the basic frame of traditional houses in northern China, but the milestone of the history of prehistoric architecture. At the same time, it also demonstrates the bud of private ownership of late primitive society, which provides us important object materials to research the structure of social organizations and development of marriage and family at that time. A large number of painted potteries were unearthed and their colorfulness and variety fully reflects the unique charm of painted pottery culture in Central Plain. The sun stripes, corona stripes, constellation stripes in painted pottery are the earliest astronomical information in China.