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Heritage and Culture Education Center of Taipei (the historic Bopiliao area ) 臺北市鄉土教育中心(剝皮寮歷史街區)

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Introduction

The Heritage and Culture Education Center of Taipei is located in the historic Bopiliao area of Wanhua District near Longshan Temple. This area has preserved much of its Qing period roots, with arched brick arcades, carved pattern window lattices, and other traces of the city’s early elegance. Old-style shop-houses (with stores in front and living areas in back) also remain from that period, opening a window to the early development of the Bangka (Wanhua) area, lending a unique historical and architectural flavor to the area.

Visitors can learn more about the history of the area at the Heritage and Culture Education Center. The center has different theme displays and hosts special exhibits on Bopiliao as well as educational activities.

Information

Themes
Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers Public Art Family Activities
Guiding Service
Booking
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
+886-2-23361704
FAX
+886-2-23361720
Address
No. 101, Guangzhou St., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
Monday Off day
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00

Reminders

Notes:Free admission. Reservations required for groups.

Services & Facilities

  • Toilets

Transportaiton

Nearby MRT

BL Bannan Line Longshan Temple

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  5. 103 Excellent

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  1. 92 Families
  2. 84 Couples
  3. 119 Solo
  4. 12 Business
  5. 82 Friends
  • BZimm08

    Iwakuni, Japón

    This street is completely different then any other one in Taipei

    2020-02

    I found the Bopiliao Street to be very interesting, mainly because the brick buildings are so much different then any other buildings in Taipei. The street is not far from the Longshan Temple and a few of the night markets, so it is worth a stop. I came here later in the evening, and there was not a whole lot going on. A few exhibits were open displaying art and the history of the area. The cobble stone streets and narrow paths reminded me a lot of European cities. I wouldn't recommend going out of your way to come here, but if you are nearby then it is definitely worth a stop.
  • Syyb

    Helsinki, Finland

    Old and charming

    2020-01

    We went there after visiting Long Shan Temple, we just walked around and looking.. at outside since it was closed. The ancient street is one of the oldest preserved heritage sites in Taipei, the architectural is pretty good for photo-taking. The brick walls and wooden doors look so beautiful under the sun. It only took us 15 minutes to see it from outside.
  • Erico2709

    Singapur, Singapur

    Turning back time

    2019-11

    One can imagine turning back time to the old days when you look at the buildings. Unfortunately, it is a very short stretch of buildings so don't expect too much.
  • Robert B

    Hong Kong, China

    A Stroll Into the Past

    2019-10

    This isn't a complete review, since we went there on Monday when the front side was closed. It's a little confusing because it has two sides: one fronting on Guangzhou Street, the other a walking street unto itself. The Guangzhou street side is mostly notable for the old brick construction, with some signs explaining the history of the spot where you are standing. It is an authentic historical street, related to the coal trade, dating back to the Qing Dynasty, but also including the Japanese colonial period, with preserved places, including a schoolroom, and a museum--and it's free. Another plus is its location: it's a short walk to the Longshan Temple and the Guangzhou Street Night Market.
  • wombatdavid

    Hobart, Australia

    Nothing has changed in 2 years

    2019-11

    We came here 2 years ago and thought it was ok... nothing has changed. We stumbled upon it again and thought the same.

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