The sacrifice Hall is an altar for placing offerings and an activity place for officiants. It is located in the axis of the ancestor worship area, covering an area of 1250 square meters. The single-floor hall has double eaves and a surrounding corridor. It is an imitation of architectures of the Ming Dynasty. The cross-shaped gable and hip roof is integrated with the drama stage of Ming-dynasty style. The building ranks first in Shanxi Province in terms of height and width, making itself a rare spectacular sacrifice site in the country.