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Lin An-tai Historical House & Museum 林安泰古厝民俗文物館

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Thursday:09:00 - 17:00

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Introduction

The two-century old Lin An Tai Historical Home is a southern Fujianese-style courtyard. The rocks that cover the front yard were taken from rocks that were used by mainland merchants to stabilize their ships. The pond in the front was used for defensives purposes. It also helped lower summer heat and provided water for drinking and putting out fires.

Information

Themes
Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
+886-2-25996026
Address
No. 5, Binjiang St., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
Monday Off day
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00

Services & Facilities

  • Venue rental
  • Toilets

Transportaiton

Nearby MRT

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4.5 112 Reviews Write a Review

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  1. 2 Terrible
  2. 4 Poor
  3. 9 Average
  4. 43 Very good
  5. 54 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 16 Families
  2. 28 Couples
  3. 24 Solo
  4. 2 Business
  5. 16 Friends
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Historic house is worth the walk

    2021-03

    The Lin An-tai House is in Binjiang Park, it is quite easy to find and worth the walk from Yuanshan MRT Station on the Red (Tamshui-Xinyi) Line. This house is one of the oldest traditional houses in the Taipei area. It has been beautifully restored and gives a good idea of an ideal farming family house from days gone by. The house has an auspicious layout and good fengshui. It's cool in summer and warm in winter. The house, which is some 200 years old, is built in Fujian style, with red bricks and terra cotta tiles. It's well worth a visit.
  • liucy752

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    A gorgeous scenery

    2020-11

    Twenty minutes’ walk from the MRT Yuanshan Station. It is part of the Taipei Expo Park- XinSheng Park Area. In the western are of the Museum, there is Lin An-Tai Mansion, a group of historical buildings dating back to 1754. In the Eastern area, there are newly constructed Chinese Jiangnan style garden and archaized pavilions. Much smaller than the Lin Family Garden and Mansion in Banqiao (the two families are different), but still a gorgeous scenery. Free entrance.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Residence is historic landmark

    2020-08

    The Lin An-tai historic house and museum is a traditional Chinese farming family home, it is around 200 yeas old. It has a number of wings to house various generations of the family. It is built in red brick; the roofing is in terra cotta tiles. It has (or did have) good feng shui, with flowing water and a hill behind it. The residence is adjacent to Xinsheng Park, part of the Taipei Floral Expo Park. Best way to approach the Lin An-tai residence is to take the MRT and get off at Yuan Shan Station. It is around 20 minutes on foot to the house..
  • 619je

    Keysborough, Australia

    Traditinonal house will inerest visitors

    2020-08

    This house once belonged to the artist-scholar Lin An-tai. It is build in red brick, in historic Chinese style, with tradional roofs. It's worth a look if you are in the area; you may have to walk for a while. The hose has goodd feng shui; it is around 200 years old.
  • cjmavis

    Asia

    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    Nice place to visit

    2020-04

    Lin An Tai house is a transitional brick house with a beautiful neat garden. There’s also a small museum in it. If I remember it right, this place was build within the concept of Feng Shui. The best thing I like here is, with a perfect timing and some luck, you can take photos of airplanes in the sky with this ancient architecture. MRT to YuanShan, take a bus or 20mins on foot, a good place to visit nearby the city center.

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