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National Historic Site – Lin Family Mansion and Garden

 

TEL:+886-2-2965-3061
FAX: +886-2-2967-526422056
No. 9, Ximen St., Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City
The Lin Family Mansion and Garden is Taiwan’s best-preserved traditional residence and garden. In imperial times wealthy merchants commonly built large courtyard residences with elaborate gardens to live well and to entertain officials and other important people. After a century of use, much of this complex was in ruins, but after meticulous research by experts in the field, it was later restored to its original elegance. This priceless asset left by our forefathers is a treasure vault for understanding Taiwan’s history and traditional architecture.

Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City

TEL:+886-2-2665-6035
FAX: +886-2-2665-7138
No. 19-1, Shuisongqikeng, Shuide Bor., Pinglin Dist. New Taipei City 23421
The Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City, opened in 1997, is located on the right bank of the Beishi River in Pinglin District. Measuring almost three hectares in area, it is a work of Chinese-style architecture rich in Zen ambience. The museum’s architecture combines the graceful beauty of the Oriental garden with the vocabulary of contemporary architecture to create a serene and elegant space devoted to tea culture. The interior layout includes exhibition halls, an experience hall, a tea art classroom, alfresco gardens, and other facilities. The museum holds tea-themed special exhibitions, educational, and promotional activities to help visitors experience the beauty of nature and culture as it is embodied in tea, and allowing them to enjoy the charming cultural landscape of the Pinglin area.

Banqiao 435 Art Zone

 

TEL:+886-2-2969-0366
FAX: +886-2-2967-9782
No. 435, Zhongzheng Rd., Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 22052
The two main purposes of Banqiao 435 Art Zone are to serve as an art park for parents and kids and as a base for artists to pursue their dreams. The park hosts edutainment art exhibits and promotional activities. These promotional activities, which are designed with the goal of integrating art into life in mind, are extremely popular with youngsters. The Art Zone offers residencies to artists and cultural-arts troupes to foster artistic development by giving them a space to engage in artistic creation or practice for performances. The artists share their creative achievements with the public through educational activities and performances.

New Taipei City Art Center

 

TEL:+886-2-2253-4417
FAX: +886-2-2256-736
No. 62, Zhuangjing Rd. Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 122042
With both a performing arts theater and an exhibition hall, the New Taipei City Art Center is one of the city’s primary exhibition and performance venues. The auditorium is a medium-sized dedicated performance space in which a premium schedule of more than 150 shows is staged each year. The exhibition hall is an important venue for artists to display their works.

Xinzhuang Cultural Arts Center

 

TEL:+886-2-2276-0182
FAX:+886-2-2276-5409
No. 133, Zhongping Rd., Xinzhuang Dist., New Taipei City 24249
New Taipei City’s Xinzhuang Cultural Arts Center is a cultural-arts complex encompassing a performing arts theater, art hall, reading room, glove-puppetry display space, and other facilities. Over a hundred performances of modern music, drama, dance, and works from other genres are staged at this venue each year, along with traditional Chinese drama performances such as glove-puppet theatre and Taiwanese opera. In addition, the center offers a wide variety of activities, workshops, and educational experiences that attract large numbers of participants both young and old.

Fuzhong 15 – New Taipei City Animation House & New Taipei City Documentary Cinema

 

TEL:+886-2-2968-3600
FAX:+886-2-2968-3309
No. 15, Fuzhong Rd., Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 22055
The interior layout at Fuzhong 15 includes two main spaces, the Documentary Cinema and the Animation House. The cinema, which is located on the B1 level, is the first in Taiwan dedicated to documentaries. A film festival is staged every month at the cinema, and over fifty non-commercial documentaries and art films are screened monthly. Film lectures and workshops are also frequently held, and legal information services are provided to documentary creators. The Animation House, which is located on the second through sixth floors, is an exhibition and educational space dedicated to animation. It is a key center for the promotion of animation in Taiwan.

Yong’an Arts Center

 

TEL:+886-2-2929-8830
FAX:+886-2-2929-7381
2F, No. 390, Zhonghe Rd., Zhonghe Dist., New Taipei City 23574
The Yong’an Arts Center is located on the second floor at the Yongan Market MRT Station. This exhibition space devoted to aesthetics offers exhibits, activities, and classes on aesthetics to help visitors cultivate their aesthetic sensibilities, making it a wonderful leisure destination where visitors can take a break from the busy urban lifestyle to relax mind, body, and spirit.

New Taipei Gallery

TEL:+886-2-2950-6606
3F, No. 166, Hansheng E. Rd., Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 220
The New Taipei Gallery is an experiential learning space that turns traditional aesthetic education on its head. At this facility, the Cultural Affairs Department and the Museum of National Taipei University of Education (MoNTUE) have worked as a team to break away from the use of the traditional static displays seen at most art museums by making the New Taipei Gallery a living exhibition space. From a century of plaster casts from New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art kept in the MoNTUE collection to mundane household items from everyday life, a myriad of displays and experience activities related to the preservation and restoration of cultural relics can be enjoyed here. The actual on-site work of the master restorers is a permanent display, and together with DIY restoration experiences forms a key feature of the gallery. Members of the public can enjoy visiting a single exhibition multiple times, for on each occasion they will view a new stage of progress in the restoration work, along with different finished artifacts and displays. This novel approach to displays offers visitors a unique viewing experience and many pleasant surprises.

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