In the morning drive to visit Marquis Wu Shrine (Wuhou Ci), built in memory of prime minister of Shu kingdom, Shuge Liang, there are many statues of the officials of Shu kingdom. Then we walk to Jinli Folk Street, located at the east of Wuhou Ci. It was one of the busiest commercial streets during the Shu Kingdom (221-263). In the afternoon visit of the Du Fu's Thatched Cottage. It is the cottage of the great poet Du Fu of the Tang Dynasty, beside the Huanhua Creek. In 759 AD in the Tang Dynasty, Du Fu tramped from the neighboring Shaanxi Province to Chengdu and built himself a thatched house there where he stayed for nearly four years and wrote 240 poems. At last, we go to visit the Sichuan Museum. It sets up 15 exhibition halls with an area about 10000m², introducing mainly the ancient painting and calligraphy, ceramics, ancient Bashu bronze, Tibetan Buddhist artifacts, temple stone, pottery art of Han Dynasty, etc., which cover the historical development of Sichuan and characteristics of local culture.