Harbin Confucian Temple is an antique building complex with three-entry courtyards, covering an area of 23,000 square meters and a building area of 5,674 square meters. The entire Confucian Temple is centered on Dacheng Hall, and a central axis is formed from north to south. From the southern end of the shadow wall, go northward through Panchi, Panqiao, Lianxingmen, Dachengmen, Dacheng Hall, and finally end at Chongsheng Temple. The east and west archway, Liangyao, Yemen, and stone steles are located symmetrically on both sides of the central axis, and the main building of the Confucian Temple is on this central axis. 
The whole structure is a courtyard with three entrances from north to south, which is a typical Qing Dynasty architectural style. The front yard is the first to enter the courtyard, the pine and cypresses in the courtyard are verdant, and the Dan wall revolves. The middle courtyard is the main body of the Confucian Temple. The main hall, Dacheng Hall, surpasses the 9 horizontal width specifications of the Qufu Confucian Temple Dacheng Hall. It is a double eaves large hall with 11 horizontal widths (9 halls and 2 compartments). The temple is for Confucius, four gods, and twelve sage tablets. On both sides of the main hall are two auxiliary halls, which are used for tablets of Confucius' disciples. The front yard is the first to enter the courtyard, the pine and cypresses in the courtyard are verdant, and the Dan wall revolves. In Chinan, there is a "ten thousand side palace wall" (commonly known as the shadow wall), which is inlaid with carved glass bricks, which is 44.80 meters long and 5.9 meters high. In Chibei, there is a star gate, three wooden archways with four pillars. It is painted with a kettle that can only be used by royal buildings, and the tiger hall is covered with yellow glazed tiles. There is an archway on the east and west sides of the courtyard, which is called the "third floor" together with the Lite Star Gate. The temple is for Confucius, four gods, and twelve sage tablets. On both sides of the main hall are two auxiliary halls, which are used for tablets of Confucius' disciples. There is a stele in the southeast corner of the courtyard. The inscription is "The Stele of the Harbin Confucian Temple" written by the famous patriotic general Zhang Xueliang. Stone stele in the northwest corner. The backyard is the Chongsheng Shrine with 7 rooms and a single eaves on the top of the mountain. It was originally for the ancestors of the first five generations of Confucius. In 1985, the Heilongjiang Provincial Museum of Nationalities was established here. The main building has been restored and is open to the public.
In the Harbin Confucian Temple, the customs and history of many ethnic groups were displayed, and a lot of knowledge was learned. It's free to visit, and there are few parking spaces at the door, so it's best not to drive.
When you come to the Confucian Temple, you can feel that the inheritance of Chinese traditional culture is continuing here. Now the annual Teacher’s Day and the adult ceremony of students are held here. National, provincial and municipal leaders come here to worship Confucius. We are already Harbin. The folklore museum is free to visit and tour.
its very nice place and you can found the attractive of harbin city history story and you can enjoy so much with the amizing place
Many real objects reproduce the history of the northern peoples
Just inside the Confucian Temple, we visited together. Remind everyone to get off at Harbin Institute of Technology Station. There is an archway of the Confucian Temple at the intersection, but it's not behind it, but the street next to it. There are signs. Walk straight for about ten minutes. It's free, just get the ticket with ID card. Usually there are not many people. The red walls and blue tiles are very beautiful! There are now some exhibitions on ethnic minorities.