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On your way to Beitou Hot Spring itself, this is a convenient stop to learn a bit about the history of the place (and use the free public toilet). It takes 15’-20’ to go through the 2-3 small exhibition rooms
We stayed in Beitou for a 4 days family holiday and this is one of the few places that captures the history of the city and does so with interesting exhibitions in a historical building, and in English!
The place is free to visit and...More
We weren't sure what to expect when we walked into the museum but was surprised by what we saw.
This was a historical building and they have restored it and done it up nicely. There were rooms that display artefacts and write-ups about the history...More
If you are an Onsen lover, you cannot skip this museum. The history of Beitou hot spring is comprehensively displayed. What the most interesting is that this building was once a bathing facility. You can still see the bathtubs. The entrance is free. It is...More
I really enjoyed this museum. The exterior is very unique and detailed, and the inside was equally evocative of the areas history as a cultural entertainment and leisure centre.
The museum had some very interesting exhibits on contemporary local craftsmanship, including pyrography (painting with fire)....More
This is an interesting visit. The museum was converted from an old bath house. There is a video introducing the rejuvenation of the surround area. There are two floors but I am not too sure I see any lifts for those less mobile. The stained...More
You have to take off your shoes and wear slippers which are provided when you enter here. There are a few displays explaining the geothermic activity of the area. The old original hot spring bath is on the lower level and had an art display...More
Very accessible via MTR-Ximbeitou. The Museum used to be one of the hotel during the Japanese era featuring the Beitou Hot Spring. More on historical visit. The museum shows how the hotspring evolved from hotel to what it is now today. Note that you will...More