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We came here in a Tuesday morning and it wasn't too busy. Lots of free shows and all kinds of exhibits to see. A lot of the areas had DIY experiences too. Even without doing any DIY stuff we spent half a day here. The...More
This location is a purpose built site for various shops selling many local wares from Yilan province and beyond. The produce is interesting and in some shops, show how some of it is made. What was a bit disappointing was that there was no real...More
Gamut of traditional hands-on workshops: DIY classes, woodworks, tea ceremony, pottery, indigo dyeing, blown glass, etc. Other features include conference center, hotel, canal boat rides, puppet shows, museums, ... It's a cultural complex for learning and appreciating the arts, slowing down, and absorbing everything.
I like this place because of a lot of traditional stuffs. Especially things about tea. Tea pots and cups were beatiful. If you walk around there it would be nice.They care well of ground and facilities.
The National Center for Traditional Arts, founded in January 2002, is very large. You can visit building and streets in Taiwan's old time. There are many unique stores, exhibition places, and performance indoor halls. The performances are very distinctive. The architecture and scenery are very...More
When my friends were wondering what can we do in the morning, we ended up enjoying about 2.5 hours at this traditional art center. Friend who visited the center last year said this visit found more additions of displays and traditional arts such as traditional...More
I felt we traveled back in time upon entering the National Center for Traditional Arts. For those who have been to Williamsburg in Virginia or Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, this place has the same feel...sans the period costume. Stores display and/or sell relics from...More
Recommended by our driver, we were glad to come to this place. We were able to see and experience some of the traditional arts and bought some nice authentic Taiwanese snacks. Admission charges were reasonable and the prices for activities and food inside were very...More
all kinds of hand made crafts, it has vases there, but not sure what sizes and type that you want. But all kinds of traditional chinese crafts are there for sale, including fine jewelry. from cheap to top of the line.