The Chengdu Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum is located at 37 Qinghua Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, and was the former residence of the great Chinese poet Du Fu when he lived in Chengdu during the Tang Dynasty. The Thatched Cottage covers an area of nearly 0.2 square kilometers. It retains intact the architectural pattern of the Ming Dynasty’s Hongzhi period and the Jiaqing period of Qing Dynasty when it was repaired and expanded, with its simple and elegant architecture and beautiful gardens. The museum is one of the first national key cultural relics protection units, one of the first national-level museums, a national key protection unit for ancient books, a national AAAA-level tourist attraction. It’s the largest, best-preserved, most well-known and most distinctive relic of Du Fu's travels in China, with an annual visitor volume of more than one million.