- Jiayuguan Fort is in the 7 km southwest of Jiayuguan city and is the westmost end point in the Great Wall of China. It was built in Ming Dynasty and important for military.
- Lying in 7 km northwest of Jiayuguan, Overhanging Great Wall on the Cliff Great Wall highlights Jiayuguan attractions, which built in Ming dynasty in 1539. It was originally 1500 m but now only remains 750 m long.
- The First Beacon Tower of Jiayuguan Pass Great Wall, built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), once passed the westmost border enemy situation and defense info to other parts of the country.
- Situated in the desert 20 km northeast of Jiayuguan city, Wei-Jin Art Gallery is not really an art gallery but ancient tombs with wall paintings. There are more than 1400 tombs, which could date back 220-419 AD during Wei and Jin periods.