Brochures in English

  • Treasure of Golden Mountains Exhibition of Shuijinjiou Geoheritage

    Date Now Until 10/27
    Venue Jinshuei Special Exhibition Hall, Gold Refining Building

    The epithermal deposits of Jinguashi, Jiufen and Wudan Mountain contain the richest mineral resources in Taiwan. In acknowledging these natural treasures, the Gold Museum organizes the program, aiming to bring the broad audience of Taiwan faceto-face to the history of Taiwanese gold and copper mining industry, and the island’s rich natural resources. The show, apart from an overview of the geological structure of the Shuijinjiou area, also showcases the unique and precious mineral resources of the region. The program also includes topics of scientific studies and the relationship between goldmining and humanistic development, and how the correlation was the foundational “root” for the past development of this mountainous mining town.

    RuifangGold Museum, New Taipei City Government

    BUS→Taipei-Jinguashi: Taking bus route 1062 at the Exit 2 of Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station via Jiufen and get off at Jinguashi.

    TRAIN→Taking Eastern Main Line in Taipei towards Yilan, Hualian direction and transiting at Ruifang for the bus route 1062 and 788 to Jinguashi from Keelung Bus Co. at the Land Office next to the Police Station to Jinguashi.

    No. 8, Jinguang Road, Ruifang District, New Taipei City
    02-2496-2800
    09:30-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • 2019 Graduation Exhibition

    Date Now Until 05/05

    Venue Artistic Corridor

    The 2019 Graduation Exhibition is a brand new service for budding artists of the New Taipei City Hakka Museum, whose mission is to elevate the artistic quality, and to promote the achievement and artistic creativity. The Graduation Exhibition is created as part of the2018 assessment of the Museum's exhibitions, and is open to fresh graduates of fine arts, design, digital arts, landscape design, information design and other related disciplines. Applicants wish to have their first exhibition can submit their entry either as individual or as a group. Exhibitors for 2019 are Qiu Cheng-Wei, Lin Jing-Lin, Guo Li-Cen and Lu Yi-Xuan. Their works will be displayed separately.

    SanxiaNew Taipei City Hakka Museum

    BUS→Take Taipei Bus No. 702, No. 851, No. 917, No. 981, or take a Taoyuan Bus No. 5005.

    TRAIN→Take a commuter train to Yingge station, then take Taipei Bus No. 981, No. 851 or Taoyuan Bus No. 5005.

    MRT→get off at Yongning station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 917, No. 981 get off at Dingpu station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 981.

    No. 239, Longen Street, Sanxia District, New Taipei City
    02-2672-9996
    09:00-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • Teagether – Tea Culture Around the World

    Date Now Until 11/10

    Gallery B1

    Originated from China, tea is now a global drink after its spread from the east to the west. Different countries and societies created and practiced their own unique tea rituals. Pinglin Tea Museum has organized this world tea culture exhibition. Titled “Teagether ,” this exhibition provides a window to the fascinating tea cultural practices around the world, and an opportunity to experience the tea drinking methods of the Tibetan and Mongolian regions, along with Japanese, Russian, Turkish, Iranian and the Arctic . Exotic teahouses are built in real size in this exhibition, with entertaining interactive facilities and multicultural costumes for experiencing. What a fun tea carnival! Definitely you don’t want to miss!

    PinglinPinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City

    CAR→From Xindian or Yilan, take Provincial Highway No. 9, then take the Taipei-Yilan Highway or National Freeway No. 5 to reach the Museum.From Jingmei, take County Highway No. 106 past Muzha, Shenkeng, and Shiding. Continue onto County Highway No. 106B. Exit for Kuolai and continue onto the Industrial Road towards Pinglin.

    MRT→Take the MRT to Xindian Station. Transfer onto the Xindian Bus Service, and take the 923 or Green 12 (G12). Get off at the stop for Pinglin Junior High School. The Museum is a 5-minute walk away.

    No.19-1, Shuisongqikeng, Pinglin Dist., New Taipei City
    02-2665-6035
    09:00-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • ~~~: Journey, Crossing, Swaying

    Date Now Until 05/12

    Venue The Tamsui Customs Wharf

    “~~~” is an intonation as wel l a s t he imagination of a figure, representing the Tamsui River in the eyes of the artists. Starting f rom the Tamsui River basin, the exhibition presents eleven patterns of Tamsui River to visitors. The f low of waves embodied in the artworks carries the history and cultural pulse of Tamsui and besides it responds tothe Tamsui Customs Wharf that is from the same history with Tamsui. That romantic, overflowing, moving and prolonged state of water from the Tamsui River can hardly be described by words. In the end, the symbols of "wave" can only be used to give visitors a mysterious imagination which can only be understood by their heart.

    Tamsui Tamsui Historical Museum, New Taipei City

    The Tamsui Customs Wharf

    MRT→Taking MRT Red Line to Tamsui Station, then change to Buses No 857, Red 26 or the 836 Shuttle Bus to either the Customs Officer’s Residence or Fort San Domingo stop. Follow the signs to reach the destination.

    CAR→park your vehicle or motorbike on Fort San Domingo carpark (fees apply). Then follow the signs to destination.

    No.259, Zhongzheng Rd., Tamsui District, New Taipei City
    02-2623-1001
    09:30-18:30(Closed on the first Monday of each month)

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