Where Beijing Fund Town lies is a place boasting historical royal culture and beautiful natural landscape. It is one of the most ancient towns in China with long history and splendid culture. Excavation of ruins of Yandu Ancient City of the Western Zhou Dynasty and cultural relics of the Shang Dynasty in North Gaoguanzhuang Village, Zhuozhou City, Hebei Province suggests that people inhabited the town as early as in the Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasties, which means it had become a town since then. It was also in the town that Jin Ding—the largest and heaviest national treasure-level cultural relic among all bronze ritual wares in Beijing was unearthed, which is also an important witness to the 3,062nd anniversary of Beijing.
With fertile land, graceful environment, limpid rivers and green hills, it is honored as a Jiangnan pastoral town in the north. The beauty of Beijing Fund Town also lies in Shengquan Spring. It is formed by sweet water that overflows from seams of rocks and converges into a river running southeast. For thousands of years, no matter how the weather changes water has been flowing out endlessly from more than twelve thousand spring mouths.
The town has profound cultural foundation, where sixty-six cultural relics and historical sites have been found; sixty-eight folk stories are related to it. It is also home to 13 regional celebrities and legendary characters.