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Beitou Hot Spring Museum

This museum is housed in public hot spring bath built during the Japanese colonial era. The Tudor-style building has a brick and wood façade and black tile roof set picturesquely in the surrounding greenery. The building had fallen into a deep state of disrepair when local preservationists saved it from demolition. This is a good spot to learn about Beitou's rich hot spring culture and history.

Information

Themes
Hot Spring Art and Cultural Centers Outing Locations Family Activities 101 Highlights
Subject
Family、Campus teaching、Hiker
Suggested Months for Visiting
10、11、12
Phone Number
+886-2-28939981
FAX
+886-2-28939984
Address
No. 2, Zhongshan Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Tues~Sun 09:00 to 17:00,Closed : Monday

Services & Facilities

  • Accessibility for the Disabled
  • Toilets
  • Lost and found
  • Broadcast Service
  • Locker

Transportaiton

Review

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  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 11 Poor
  3. 75 Average
  4. 155 Very good
  5. 80 Excellent

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  1. 75 Families
  2. 67 Couples
  3. 61 Solo
  4. 4 Business
  5. 71 Friends
  • Benny H

    Hong Kong, China

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    Nice to read the hot spring history

    2017-04

    It is free for public, you needed to take away your shoes to walk indoor, many historic pictures and facilities are showed for public.
  • KianHian L

    Kuala Lumpur, Malasia

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Beitou Hot Spring Museum

    2017-04

    Located at Beitou District at the northern tip of Taipei city was formally the Beitou Public Bathhouse. Built during the Japanese era in Taiwan and has went through a many transformations, being a police station, a local county reception house, Kuomintang HQ and was deserted due to detorations and finally after restoration it transform into a municipal museum call Beitou Hot Spring Museum and has become one of the major tourist attraction of Beitou. The design of the bathhouse was said based on the Japan Bathhouse Mount Izu Hot Spring. The building consist of two floors which the first floor are built with red bricks and the second floors with timber. First floor consist of the public bath house for male and female and the exhibit area of the discovery of the mineral in the district and the geological development of the Hot Spring. On the second floor there is a Tatami lobby with tatami mats covering the floor and from the balcony you can view the Beitou creek. Going into the museum you has to take off your shoes and changed to the indoor slippers at the entrance. Baby stroller and wheelchair is not accessible due to the narrow corridors. Photography is allowed but not we the stand in order not to block the visiting path. Easily accessible from Taipei by Taiwan metro (MRT). Take MRT Line (RED) Tamsui – Xinyi to Beitou Station and change to Xinbeitou line to Xinbeitou Station and walking distance (10 minutes) to the museum. Open 9:00 – 17:00 – Closed on Monday and Taiwan national holidays
  • BayviewJ

    Vancouver, Canadá

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Interesting!

    2016-10

    It was a nice visit to the museum. I learned a lot about the history of Taiwan during the the Japanese invasion and the role of hot springs. You will need to remove shoes before entering the museum. It was a free museum.
  • MillicentMayflower

    Kelowna, Canadá

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    Beautiful

    2017-03

    This is a beautiful building with a lot of information and insights into the Japanese occupation. You have to change into slippers at the door, which I found a bit dangerous on the slippery staircases. Be careful.
  • AnotherSwede

    Sweden

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Local

    2017-03

    I think this museum is of local interest only, tells the story and development/exploitation of the hot springs in the area.

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