Museum Of Drinking Water

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: No. 1, Siyuan St. Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +866-283695104
  • Ticket Price: 80 TWD
  • Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Play Ground, Family And Kids

Museum Of Drinking Water - Review

Museum of Drinking Water is a museum dedicated to the history and effects of the drinking water in the society over time. The museum is located in the Taipei water park and is a one of a kind attraction. Visit the destination and experience something totally different that will blow your mind. Built in 1908 the location today is a third class world heritage site. Other attractions include Water treatment facility, Outdoor equipment display area, Hillside sidewalk area and a playground.

Museum Of Drinking Water Ticket Prices

  • The ticket is for the entrance of the park.
  • Concession tickets and group tickets also available.

Museum Of Drinking Water Hours

  • Monday is the day off, but if Monday falls into holiday, it is open to the public as usual.

How To reach Museum Of Drinking Water by Public Transport

  • Take a bus from Water Museum (Prince school building).
  • Take a cab or rental car to the location.

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TripHobo Highlights for Museum Of Drinking Water

  • Museum Of Drinking Water Address: No. 1, Siyuan St. Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100
  • Museum Of Drinking Water Contact Number: +866-283695104
  • Museum Of Drinking Water Timing: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Museum Of Drinking Water Price: 80 TWD
  • Best time to visit Museum Of Drinking Water(preferred time): 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Museum Of Drinking Water: 06:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museum Of Drinking Water

  • 4.25% of people who visit Taipei include Museum Of Drinking Water in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Museum Of Drinking Water visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Museum Of Drinking Water

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Museum Of Drinking Water, Taipei Reviews

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  • It allows you to get close to these closed to 100-year old machine in the drinking water plant. Also, outside of the museum, there's an water amusement park (under the same admission ticket). If you want to play in it, please bring along your swimming attire. It is popular with the locals and many of them bring their children there. Only a handful of the visitors come to the museum.

  • Interior is a curved hall showcasing the old water supply system, pretty interesting if you’re into industrial vibe. It’s not a big museum, I would say time spent is a maximum of 1 hour.

  • Perfect public children waterpark! Cheap ticket for great water quality and fun facility. Plenty of roofed seating area, which is essential for the summer time in Taiwan. Come early at weekend and leave for lunch in the nearby neighborhood. Perfect wknd schedule!

  • Two takeaways from this fascinating museum. First, what kind of colonial power would build such a beautiful building to house such mundane machinery? Second, after the war, many of the Japanese colonial factories were sent back to China or melted down for scrap. How and why did this pumping plant remain intact? This museum is a great preservation of the motors and pumps used to pump river water through a treatment system then up to a reservoir on a hill to supply Taipei with clean water in the early 1900s. It's significance is primarily the elimination of water borne diseases in Taipei. I find it amazing that it is so well preserved.You can get up close to the old machinery and imagine how it used to work. This is one of my favorite small museums in Taipei.

  • Traveler, please don't go. There are ntg, museum just one old building n without aircom. It more like kids water park then a museum. Don't waste ur money buy ticket, don't waste ur time too. BORING.

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