The gates of Jimingyi, a Ming Dynasty-era fortress. Yu County overnight, 2023/01 See the sights of Chinese New Year in Yu County—the Dashuhua show, street performers and dances, plus ancient architecture and rural village visits. Were you on this trip? How did you like it? We'd love to hear from you. • Send us feedback • Review it on TripAdvisor • Share this page on Facebook An arch in the old city walls. One of the areas in Yu County is called Nuanquanzhen, ‘Warm Spring’ Town. Here’s the warm spring. Getting ready for a stilt-walking show. Dragon dancers on the way to a performance. A street scene in the West Ancient Castle. Inside one of the old courtyard dwellings in Nuanquanzhen. Exploring the castle. Views from the castle. An older part of town. Yuhuang Pavilion, on the northern part of the old city walls. On the walls. . Getting near the pagoda in the middle of Yu County. At the Dashuhua performance. On the way back to Beijing we did a hike in the countryside. Near a village we found frescoes in an old shrine. The gates of Jimingyi, a Ming Dynasty-era fort.