Originally a winery, the Huashan 1914 Creative Park is now an important events venue. As a new cultural events platform, many large-scale exhibitions, installations, theater productions and performances now take place here.
- Art and Cultural Centers Outing Locations Family Activities 101 Highlights Information Station
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 1, Sec. 1, Bade Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Services & Facilities
- Accessibility for the Disabled
- Venue rental
- Lost and found
- Broadcast Service
Strolling1st time here. Dropped off at zhongxiao xinsheng metro station. There are no helpful signs at the station, use Exit 1. it's a 10min walk, 280m Today the Gaudi exhibition is still on, so worth a look. There's a Bar exhibition and heavy metal bands playing too. Also hundreds of kids queuing in the hot sun to take pictures with adidas plastic windmills. Hilarious. Many shops to browse and buy stuff. Also many restaurants and cafes Overall i think this is a lot like Songshan Creative park. Worth spending 1/2 day and repeat visits when the exhibitions change
Huntington Beach, CA
Perfect place to check out local artist and some random exhibitsThere are many one of the kind shops and restaurants. We easily spent 3 hours browsing through stores, attending exhibits, tasting good foods. It is a great place, much better than department store and other commercial district. Highly recommend it and support local artist community.
Lovely break from the cityThis park is a little bit off the beaten path of the main tourist spots but the quick MRT trip is well worth it. After a few days exploring the city, finding this park was calming and enjoyable. You can bring dogs or children to play in a huge grass area. There is a movie theater, concert and event space (which was very popular), art exhibits, shops, restaurants, and street shows. I enjoyed getting to know the artistic side of Taipei for an afternoon.
Get to know Taipei art scene - A morning well-spent!I always try our best to get to know the art scene of the city I visit. For that reason, I found our way to Huashan 1914 Creative Park, an old, multi-purpose complex that used to be a wine factory back in 1920s. After being abandon for decades, in the 80s, local artists were drawned to the open spaces and started to make art. Today, Huashan 1914 has become the creative hub of Taipei and the hosting location of many cultural activities. Lucky me, I got to see “Hello, My Name is Paul Smith”, a touring exhibition in collaboration with the Design Museum London. This was the highlight of my trip.
Cute, nothing amazing thoughIt's alright, good for lunch and walking around for an hour. I love the idea, and it's cute, but the shops are just okay, and the prices are quite high considering what's on offer.
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