The garden is located in the northwest of Zhujiajiao ancient town, covering an area of more than 17997 square meters. It was built in 1912 by Ma Wenqing, the owner of the garden. It took 15 years and cost more than 300,000 taels of silver to complete. Kezhi implies the meaning of "do not forget literally studying and farming". The "Library", "rice fragrant village" and other landscapes in the garden all echo the garden name. The whole garden consists of three parts: the residential area, the rockery area and the garden area. It not only integrates the essence of the gardens in the area of southern Yangtse River, such as the imitation of Yu Garden Zigzag Bridge in Shanghai, the lion pavilion in Lion Grove Garden in Suzhou, but also integrates Chinese and Western architectural culture. It has become a manor-style private garden with Chinese and Western elements.
● Fangsheng Bridge
● [Scenic Spot]