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Water Park Museum

No.1 Siyuan Street, Taipei 100, Taiwan
+886 2 8369 5104
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A nature forest inside a city

The place is original tap water facility for great Taipei for 100 years. The old building is really... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
kang333g
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Taipei, Taiwan
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Enhancement of knowledge on water

Water museum was spearheaded by japanese architect who passed away leaving the legacy of concept... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
919pang 9
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  • Excellent18%
  • Very good57%
  • Average10%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible5%
23 Oct 2017
“Enhancement of knowledge on water”
8 Nov 2017
“A nature forest inside a city”
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No.1 Siyuan Street, Taipei 100, Taiwan
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No.1 Siyuan Street, Taipei 100, Taiwan
+886 2 8369 5104
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Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

The place is original tap water facility for great Taipei for 100 years. The old building is really classic that you may not think it was a machinery house. In addition, the mountain in the back of the facility has plenty different kind of plants...More

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Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

Water museum was spearheaded by japanese architect who passed away leaving the legacy of concept design. Underground water storage tank escaped undetected during war between us and japan by camouflaging with grass. External building facade designed in roman style. Good for wedding photoshooting. Need to...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Thought it would be interesting to drop into this museum as we were in the area and it was only $50. As it was Winter and the water park was not open, the place was extremely quiet and we only saw a handful of other...More

1  Thank Iris H
Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Also called the Drinking Water Museum. Probably not of interest to anyone unless you are an engineer. Nice gardens and views though and very quiet location to sit away from the crowds. Pump house is a very nice example of Victoria architecture. Interesting picture of...More

Thank Peterdubai
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Went to the water park today. First of all the price on the website says it's $50 each but actually it's $300 each which is not that expensive still but quite a big difference. The park was pretty much empty which was nice for us...More

1  Thank Ally K
Reviewed 1 January 2016 via mobile

I will not lie the advertisements are false and I felt my toilet was cleaner then the changing rooms. There were bugs on the ground in there. I would advise avoiding this place.

Thank Jim O
Reviewed 17 August 2015

Since I got free ticket to access the water museum, I gave away those tickets to colleagues first. The second time I got those free admission tickets, I decided to keep two of them for myself. I like the trails there. Few people are there,...More

1  Thank TravelLover911
Reviewed 26 May 2015

We visited the area in April 2015 to go to the Drinking water Museum. It is still listed in the guide books but unfortunately was closed as was the water park. Not sure if was only r4ecently or had been closed for a while. No...More

1  Thank 918teresah
Reviewed 20 February 2013

We visited the park recently. The entrance fee was very reasonable. Even though the pool/playground area is closed for season it was still a fun afternoon for the kids. We especially enjoyed the outdoor display areas of all kinds/sizes of water pipes. It's a great...More

Thank Laura Z
Reviewed 24 September 2012

I really thought this place was interesting, but you might need an engineering background to totally grasp since it is not very well explained. The attraction consists of historical water pumping equipment in an old building and accompanying exhibitions of how the same thing is...More

2  Thank MalkieX
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