Wuwei owns the centuries-old history, rich cultural heritages and particular natural sceneries. There are 543 relics and historical sites in the city. There are about 40,000 items (volumes) of relics stored in the museums. Among the relics, the Leitai Han Dynasty Tomb, is the place unearthed the Bronze Galloping Horse, the Symbol of China's Tourism; the Xixia Monument, is addressed as "a living dictionary" by scholars from home and abroad; the Wuwei Confucian Temple, named the champion of the ancient education schools, is well known as "the top Academy of learning"; the Tiantishan Grottoes, is considered "the senior ancestor of the Chinese ancient grottoes"; the Baitashi Temple (White Pagodas), is the historical witness place of Tibet belonging to China; the Haizang Temple, is the fabulous place the Xuanzhuang of the Tang Dynasty rested for collecting the Sutras from the West; the Luoshisi Tower, is the Holy land of the Buddhism; the Dayongsi Bell, the ancient sites of the Great Wall. "three-gorges" natural sights, Wuwei Desert Park, the Endangered-wild Animals Breeding Center, Minqin Desert Reservoir, which is the largest one in the Asia, all of these have laid a solid foundation for visits, exploration, investigation and so on.