Chaosheng Nunnery situates in the top of the Yunfeng Mountain, 60 kilometers away from Miyun County. Covering an area over 500 square meters, the nunnery was constructed with two courtyards in a rectangle shape. It was first built in Liao dynasty and rebuilt in Ming and Qing period.
Chaosheng Nunnery has ten sights including the Stone Bridge Double Cypresses, Genyan Rock, Miaoyun Pavilion, Pumen Bridge, Chaoyang Cave, Cangyu Screen, Wujinyi Platform, Stone Pillar of Buddhism, Jicui Cliff and Southern Heaven Gate. Besides, visitors could also see many Buddhist sculptures and many stone carvings in this exquisite holy place.