Highlights: The Ruins Park is across the street from the south gate of Tang Furong Garden, which was the Royal Garden in the Tang Dynasty. Nowadays, many buildings imitating Tang Dynasty have been built here, as well as sculptures expressing life in the Tang Dynasty. Citizens like to come here for walks and boating along the pool. There are also many Shaanxi handicrafts such as shadow puppets and paper-cuts in the park. In the Tang Dynasty, Qujiang Pond was full of undulating towers and many palaces. Whenever the new scholars reached the top, they would take advantage of the fun here, put the wine glasses on the plate, and put the plate in the water and float with the current. Hold a cup and drink freely, this is the famous "Qujiang Flowing Drink". The park has north, east and west gates. Generally, tourists will enter the park from the north gate, which is close to the Datang Furong Garden. There are many sculptures representing the social life of the Tang Dynasty in the garden, such as: poets lying drunk on the floor, ancients bathing by the pool, officials returning to the capital after thousands of miles. There are cruise boats in the park. If you are interested, you can row a boat yourself and swim in the pond. In summer, the blossoming lotus flowers in the pond will give people the illusion of being in a water town in the south of the Yangtze River. In the park, you can also see nine two-storey Tang-style buildings, named after words and cards, such as: Feng Rusong, Huanxisha, etc. Here tourists have the opportunity to see the performances of Qin Opera and shadow puppetry. One of them is a small museum, displaying Shaanxi handicrafts such as Chang'an shadow puppets, Fengxiang clay sculptures, Heyang marionette puppets, Huaxian shadow puppets, Ansai paper-cuts, and Huxian peasant paintings. In the park, there is also a high-altitude zipline project (additional charge) that young people like.