Requires admission ticket of NT$80
Besides introducing abundant tea knowledge, “Pinglin Tea Museum, New Taipei City” further organizes special exhibitions on a regular basis; those who favor the “tea culture” and would like to drink Taiwanese tea should never miss out!
【Closing Days】The first Monday of every month (If national holidays coincide with closing days, the center will be closed on the next day, Chinese New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year’s Day, the days that the government announces to close business due to natural disasters, other necessary closing days will be announced separately.
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
At the end of the Pinglin Xingxiang Commercial Circle and down the stairway next to the gas station is the entrance of the Pinglin Drawbridge, or the best location to view schools of fish swimming in the river, an uneasy achievement from the district’s river ecological restoration project. Many visitors would throw fish feeds or toast crumbs down the bridge to feed the fish.
Xindian Culture and History Exhibition
The 'Xindian Culture and History Exhibition, Taiwan’s first museum dedicated to local culture, is located behind the Magong Park Cultural Theater. Its collection has over 600 items, including local artifacts from the Qing dynasty, Japanese occupation, and ROC periods.