The Wenyoutai was built during the Taiping Xingguo Period of the Northern Song Dynasty. It is a high-rising platform structure that offers panoramic views to those that climb to the top. There is famous calligraphy on the four walls of Wenyoutai, giving it high artistic value. To the west are four shrines built during the Ming Dynasty. There are also museums to both the east and west, providing a window for understanding the history and culture of Gaoyou City. Together with the Zhenguo Temple Tower in the west of the city, and the Jingtu Temple Tower and Cha Pavilion in the east of the city, they form a full set of simple but beautiful triangular structures.