- Hot Spring Art and Cultural Centers Outing Locations Family Activities 101 Highlights
- Family、Campus teaching、Hiker
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- Phone Number
- No. 2, Zhongshan Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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- Accessibility for the Disabled
- Lost and found
- Broadcast Service
Super pretty house, great for lying around and having some peace!This is one of my favourite things in Taipei, you can just go to the second floor tatami room and relax there with the warm Taipei breeze blowing all around you. I came back here in November 2017 and it is closed for renovation until next year!!! Such a pity!
Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Informative placeThere are a lot of information on the Japanese colonial era in this museum, although it is not a very big museum. It is very impressive that it has been preserved in such a good condition although many people visit this museum on a daily basis. Do take note that you would need to remove your shoes to step into this museum. Entrance is free, so do drop by if you have the time.
Cebu City, Filipinas
Close for Renovation: Heart BreakingWhen I was still on my planning stage for my Taiwan trip, I have always been fascinated by the reviews of this museum. When I step out of Xinbeitou Station, I was so excited to see this place, although I first visited the KCC due to its proximity to the park. We were walking under the scorching heat of the sun when we reached the entrance of the museum, just to see the boulders and the public announcement that it is closed for renovation and preservation. I felt sad but I just took as a sign that I should go back to Taiwan and moved on to the next museum the Plum Garden.
Historical placeFormal Beitou Public Bathhouse during the Japanese colonial era became a well preserved house with exhibition of show the long and rich tradition of hot spring culture in the area and Free admissions. If you want to know Taiwan a bit better, here is the right place.
Quaint and Interesting, A Local PrideThe museum is not large, but it is free, easy to reach and gives you a good basic background into Beitou's modern history. The lower floor showcases the baths as they would have been in the Japanese era and includes information about how the building was re-discovered and renovated in the later half of the last century. It's a great place to start your journey into Taipei's hot spring country.
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