The Wuyi Palace is the oldest palace in the Wuyi Mountain. Situated at the foot of the Great King Peak, the Wuyi Palace was first built in the Tianbao years (742-755 AD) of the Tang Dynasty and expanded to include more than 300 halls in the Song Dynasty. In mid autumn every year, sacrificial activities would be held in honor of Lord Wuyi and the Venerable Royal Lady. Currently, two dragon wells, the Wannian Palace and the Sanqing Hall are kept intact.
Wanniangong (Palace of Ten Thousand Years)
As one of famous Taoist religious service centers, it consisted of over three hundred halls and rooms in the Song and Ming Dynasties, but declined since mid Qing Dynasty. Today only one temple and two wells have remained.