The Taiwan Toy Museum inside the Art Zone will be charged NTD 50 per person for regular cleansing and maintenance of the Museum’s toys.
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Jiufen Visitor Center
There is a large map with trilingual introductions at the back of the reception counter, marking some main tourist attractions and their relevant locations within the Shuei-Jin-Jiou (Shueinandong, Jinguashih, Jiufen) regions.A few to-scale handcar models from the past are displayed indoors, and various types of ores and mining tools from the Shuei-Jin-Jiou regions in the past are exhibited on each handcar, making it a mini museum. Posters on the walls applied trilingual explanations to briefly introduce the developmental history of Jiufen region in phases. Souvenir stamp collection service is also available on the table. The pamphlets displayed here are printed in multiple languages, providing thorough yet easy to understand introductions according to the different tourist attractions and regions, which often include exquisitely printed brief maps, making it one of the most accessed printed data to visitors.
Jump-stone Coast (Tiaoshi Coast)
This place is named Jump Stone Coast because residents and visitors in the past had to jump between the stones after the tide ebbs to advance forward on the coast. The round gravels all over the shore were once gravels thrust out by the force of volcanic eruptions followed by years of sea erosion.