The five-storied, six-sided Stone Pagoda has been identified as remains from the Tang Dynasty, made of stones. The first, third and fifth floors of the pagoda each has an interconnected archways facing south and north.
It was designed with a hexagonal pinnacle, with a calabash shape on the top of the pagoda. On each floor, there are six upward angles. And the eaves and stone railings are carved with floral and animal designs. Dragons, phoenix, oxen and horses are carved on the stones lining the steps. Refined Buddha statues decorate each floor.