The exquisite architectural crafts of Baoguo Temple are breathtaking. In particular, the Daxiong Hall in the temple is one of the oldest and most preserved wooden structures in the south of the Yangtze River. It is the only remaining hall building in the Song Dynasty's "Building French". Baoguo Temple is no longer a living temple, but a museum of ancient architecture. Going in from the gate of the scenic spot, and picking up the stairs, you will arrive at the gate of Baoguo Temple. The building of Baoguo Temple is not very large. From the Shanmen and the Heavenly King Hall, you can see the Jingdi Pool and the Daxiong Hall in the back. There are some exhibitions on the content of "Building French" in the Tibetan Buddhist Scriptures. The She and Bell and Drum Towers are also very compact in construction, and there are also exhibitions of models and decorations of some ancient Chinese buildings. Outside the mountain gate, a walking trail was built around the temple combined with the ridgeline. Now it is a cross-country track that can be walked around the temple for a week, but there are not many scenery along the way.