I wouldn't say that Dayu's tomb itself is of much interest to most Westerners. The reason my family went (and the only real reason to go, in my opinion) was to spend the day outside with friends strolling the immense grounds of the park in which the tomb resides. It's a pretty nice and very quiet park with typical Chinese architectural, botanical, and statuary features (and some typically cheesy things like a bow & arrow shooting range). Admission is pretty steep, so it's nowhere we've ever considered returning, although we live here in the city. But if a friend invites you out, it's worth the trip.
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