The Taiyuan Liberation Memorial Hall is located in Niutuozhai in Dongshan Mountain in Taiyuan, which was a main battlefield for liberating Taiyuan.
The Shanxi Arts Museum is located in the northwest of Wuyi Square in Taiyuan and it was founded on Chunyang Palace built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Taiyuan Beilin (or Forest of Steles) Park is on the east bank of the Fenhe River, covering an area of 13,728 square meters.
The Taiyuan Donghu Vinegar Park is located at No 26 Madaopo between Dongshan Expressway and Jianshebei Road in Taiyuan.
Baiyun Temple is in a gully in the southeast of urban Taiyuan.
The Gao Junyu Former Residence Memorial Hall is a provincial-level cultural relic protection site and located in Fenglingdi village in Jingyou town of Loufan county in Taiyuan, capital of Shanxi.
Mengshan Giant Buddha is also known as Xishan Giant Buddha and it is located in the northwestern of Sidi village in Jinsheng township of Jinyuan district in Taiyuan.
Just 25 kilometers from downtown Taiyuan, Jinci Temple is a historic cultural site offering fine examples of ancient Chinese architecture, sculpture, frescoes and inscriptions.
Mansion of the Qiao Family, located in Qiaojiapu village of Qixian county, is 54 kilometers to the south of Taiyuan, and two kilometers to the north of Dongguan town. It was also known as Zhong Tang.