Through the ups and downs of history, the pagoda still retains the ancient architectural style of the 18th century Le Dynasty. The content of the epitaph engraved on the hexagonal stone pillar in the upper hall of the pagoda indicates the year of the pagoda's restoration: Good day, February of the Binh Than, Vinh Thinh era name, 12th day of the Le dynasty (1716).

In the pagoda, there is also a horizontal panel of the Buddha and six couplets, including a couplet composed in the year Thanh Thai Nguyen (1889): The temple built on the mountain has been there for more than 200 years, now it has been repaired, I took the pen to write this couplet

In the pagoda, there are still 40 majestic ancient statues made of wood and soil covered with gilded lacquer. The hammock door is carved with dragons, unicorn, turtles and phoenixes and the wooden carvings are still quite intact, dating back to the original year of the Thanh Thai Dynasty. Ha Pagoda has 28 stone pillars. The stone pillar is 1.60m high, 0.9m in circumference. The distance between the column bases is 2.40m. Typical are two hexagonal stone pillars dating back to Vinh Thinh, the 12th year of the Le dynasty (1716).

With its unique ancient beauty and historical value as well as architectural art, Ha Pagoda was ranked as a national historical and cultural relic in 2004. In recent years, the pagoda has been gradually restored and embellished, attracting a large number of Buddhist monks and nuns in the region and tourists from all over the country.