Qingyun Pu Garden is a typical southern garden lies 5 km southwards of Nanchang city. It once to be a famous Taoist Temple originally built in Western Han Dynasty (202 B.C.-A.D. 09) named Meixian Temple. Its title changed with the alternations of dynasties. Till Qing Dynasty, it became the residence of a famous artist Ba Da Shanren, and got the name we call today.
Three main yards lining a main spindle of the garden, they are the Front Yard - Guanyu Hall, the Inner Yard - Master Lv Hall and the Back Yard - Master Xu Hall. The sub-buildings: Sanguan Hall, Doulao Pavilion and Yuanqiao Temple stand either side, as the left and right wings of the main construction. Besides, there are numerous osmanthus trees planted on the back yard and in each autumn, when people traveling there, they can smell the sweet scent.
With the time goes by, the garden declined day by day. When the time reaches 1950s, Chinese government repaired the buildings and redecorated them as the first memorial hall for an ancient artist - Ba Da Shanren Memorial Hall.