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林安泰古厝民俗文物馆 Lin An-tai Historical House & Museum

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4.5 104则评论

星期二:09:00 - 17:00

4.5

6.7万

景点介绍

林安泰古厝初建於1783年,至今已有200多年的历史。这栋传统闽南风格的单层2进4合院,是依照民间地理风水习俗而建造的,其屋脊结构采一条龙的单脊做法,以燕尾曲线呈现自然柔和的风貌;外埕舖有红普石,是当时大陆商船来台,为避免船身不稳,置於船底作压舱之用,又称为压舱石,它的优点是不长青苔、防滑。材料上大量采用福州杉,石材则采用观音石,并使用竹钉、木钉,采榫头方式接合

古厝前的月眉池,造型正如其名,在中国风水中,属於聚宝收纳的型制,不但具有防御、防火、供水、降温等功能,更替古厝环境生色不少。

走访古厝内外细细观察,其中蕴含着无数传统建筑文化的精髓与智慧,也可窥见昔时生活的风貌情境。

景点资讯

主题分类
历史建筑 艺文馆所
推荐对象
亲子共学、校外教学
推荐月份
整年
电话
+886-2-25996026
地址
台湾台北市中山区滨江街5号

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开放时间

星期日 09:00 - 17:00
星期一 休息
星期二 09:00 - 17:00
星期三 09:00 - 17:00
星期四 09:00 - 17:00
星期五 09:00 - 17:00
星期六 09:00 - 17:00

小叮咛

自100年10月1日起为全面禁止吸菸场所。

每星期二至星期日09:00-17:00 (暑假7-8月期间特别开放至18:00)(星期一及民俗节日-春节连假、清明节、端午节、中秋节休馆),免费入园参观,欢迎租借场地。

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Review

TripAdvisor 猫途鹰评论

4.5 104则评论 我要评论

旅客评等

  1. 2 糟透了
  2. 4
  3. 9 一般
  4. 40 非常好
  5. 49 很棒

旅客类型

  1. 16 家庭
  2. 27 伴侣
  3. 23 单独旅行
  4. 2 商务
  5. 15 好友出游
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    The house that time forgot

    2020-02

    The Lin An Tai house is a traditional sturdy brick construction from the days when it would be occupied by an entire generation of an extended family. The red brick house is surrounded by a tall brick wall. The exhibits deserve attention. There's a large concrete construction near the front gate. The sculpture park is interesting.The house can be found fairly easily by walking from the Yuanshan MRT station. Walk to the south of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and keep your eye out for the signs. The house is in Binjing Road. It's quite a long walk.
  • jenkle89

    Hendaya, Francia

    旅客类型:

    En pareja

    Beautiful

    2020-02

    We spent a good couple of hours visiting this beautiful house and grounds. It was very interesting learning about the history of the building too and the fact that it has been moved several times in the past. Definately worth visiting, this attraction is free of charge.
  • TravelerTrecker

    Houston

    Historical, tradiotional house...

    2019-09

    The house has more than 100 years. The house preserves architecture and design details of old times and this is one of the few places in Taipei where you can see this old architecture and its impact the people's life-style. The gardens and different rooms are very interesting. It follows the Feng Chui tradition. There is no entrance fee. On Sunday pm, locals meet at the entrance and sing. We arrived by metro. the metro station is 3 or 4 blocks from the house. You may have to ask for directions. It is not difficult to find. It is surrounded by an old, brown, large wall that is visible from different streets. The place is cool. The weather was very nice when we visited. You may need ta least one hour to see it.
  • jbushman2017

    Fresno, California

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    En pareja

    Well Worth Seeing

    2020-01

    This attraction lies inside Taipei Expo Park, so if you go here you can see both the park and this attraction. Taxis’ are easily found in several places in the park and a number of buses go right to the park so is easily visited with public transportation. What you have here is a large Chinese estate that includes the main house and other auxiliary buildings within a small fenced area. The place is open to view from 9-5 and is free. I arrived just before it closed and kicked myself for not coming earlier. It really is a must see attraction. The house is lovely and gives you an idea of how a person lived with exhibits inside the house. In front of the house is a pond and a small hill area designed to let you take great pictures of the house. Behind the house and along the East side are other buildings you can visit that I did not that presumably told you more about the family or usage. I would guess a Good, hour could be spent here. What is nice is that first, the place looks lovely and is very photogenic. Secondly, it is hard to find a old preserved house that offers a window into what things were like a 100 years ago (actually not exactly sure of the date). Chinese floor plans are a bit different than what you find in a country like Japan. Lastly, there is English signage and the entire compound has this authentic feel that draws you in.
  • Alanthebairn

    Falkirk, Reino Unido

    旅客类型:

    En pareja

    Relocated merchant's house

    2019-12

    This is the former home of a tea merchant which was relocated to this park so that it could be preserved. You are free to wander round the home and enter many of the rooms which are furnished with period pieces. As well as the house there are very attractive gardens and a pond that were being used for advertising shoots during our visit.

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