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Huashan 1914 Creative Park 華山1914文化創意產業園區

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Saturday:open 24 hours




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.



Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers Outing Locations Public Art Family Activities
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

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Opening Hours

Sunday open 24 hours
Monday open 24 hours
Tuesday open 24 hours
Wednesday open 24 hours
Thursday open 24 hours
Friday open 24 hours
Saturday open 24 hours

Services & Facilities

  • Accessibility for the Disabled
  • Venue rental
  • Dinning
  • Shopping
  • Toilets
  • Lost and found
  • Broadcast Service
  • Locker


Nearby MRT

O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Zhongxiao Xinsheng

BL Bannan Line Shandao Temple

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TripAdvisor Reviews

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  1. 2 Terrible
  2. 15 Poor
  3. 99 Average
  4. 377 Very good
  5. 253 Excellent

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  1. 133 Families
  2. 141 Couples
  3. 151 Solo
  4. 13 Business
  5. 194 Friends
  • nycbos8

    San Francisco, California

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    Not really worth it


    I heard great things about this creative arts district. However, I found it a bit disappointing. It's basically a collection of art galleries and the exhibitions can be really hit or miss. Also, mostly exhibitions cost money to enter. So, the cost of your visit can add up pretty quickly. There are some cute shops around. However, there are cute shops all over Taipei. So, no need to really come here just for shopping and cafes. This area is fun to just walk around if you have little kids though. They can run around and not be worried about cars or traffic.
  • PaulSiow

    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

    Similar to Kaohsiung Pier 2 Art Centre


    We visited this place on a hot and sunny afternoon. Quite a lot of people around, mainly youngsters. The place would appeal to those interested in creative arts. This place is similar to the Pier 2 Art Centre in Kaohsiung, but smaller and not as nice.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    From wine to creative centre


    In the Japanese colonial period (1895-1945) this was a "wine factory." "Wine" is a Chinese term for any form of alcoholic beverage. These days its s creative centre, all sorts of arts and crafts. It also has numerous cafes and resstaurants. To a walk around, it's fun!
  • 619je

    Keysborough, Australia

    Always something going on


    Huashan 1914 Creative Park dates from the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945) when it produced alcoholic drinks, refered to in Chinese as "wine." The centre is very popular with young people for its exhibititons and concerts. There's also lots of cafes, restaurants and shops It's now one of Taipei's cultural and creatve centres.
  • CdnLovesTravel787

    Vancouver, Canada

    Taiwanese showcase of creativity plus a nice park next door


    The area consists of 9 old red brick buildings housing arts, gifts, hand made items, toys, a movie theatre, art galleries showing art of famous artists, special events, like a dinosaur building for kids, a cat celebration of Fumeacats, (a famous Internet cat site) where you can buy cat knickknacks, a blow up bouncy room for kids, specialty food stores for honey, yam products. There are many coffee shops and little restaurants, including a pizza restaurant. This is a fun district to browse through and I particularly liked the toy stores; some with the latest anime toys, some Toy Story characters, Sponge Bob, Star wars. Everyone knows Hello Kitty and the latest new character created by Japanese parent company, Sanrio, is a woeful, sad egg yolk which has gained huge popularity. It's name is Gudetama. My favourite toy store was one of hand made wooden toys in miniature. At the front were glassed in display cases of turning music boxes, tops which spun, little wooden cars that were ‘driving’ around the other music boxes Adjacent to this brick area is a very large green park with playground for kids, lots of seating for adults to rest. There is a pond, a sculpture of a leaf growing out of the lotus plant. There are walkways, bicycle paths. Alongside the park is a street of many bus stops and an overpass bridge runs parallel to the street. This is a great area to visit on a weekend or holiday period in this city.

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