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National Center for Traditional Arts, Yilan

Categories: Art Galleries, Museums
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4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
At National Center for Traditional Arts, discover the rich culture of Taiwan through fun performances, workshops, museums, and restaurants. The village boasts modern red-brick buildings with traditional rooftops and red lanterns hanging over narrow streets, symbolizing the goal of preserving the area's history for future generations. See traditional performances at the theater and listen to traditional music in the music hall. An array of small shops tempt you to browse through decorative gems, silks, and many more traditional handicrafts. Taste local and regional dishes at the food court and, if the buzz becomes overwhelming, stroll to the park at the southern end to enjoy the relaxing ambiance. Plan to see National Center for Traditional Arts and other attractions that appeal to you using our Yilan vacation route planner.
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  • 1. Transportation: you can take train/ bus to Lotung(羅東)/Yilan(宜蘭), then there are shuttle bus to get there around 40 minutes to 1 hr. 2. Entrance ticket will take 150NTD( 5 USD). 3. It is concentrate...  read more »
  • 台灣傳統文化已慢慢消失,透過傳藝中心,讓大人回味,小孩驚奇。園區內的賣店都太現代化,如果能呈現以往"柑嬤店"的造型,會更棒。 
  • It's supposed to be a place for you to experience traditional arts and culture but this place seems a bit too commercialised as in like a "tourist trap". Souvenirs can be quite expensive and the food ...  read more »
  • Our visit was hampered by rain but I can see how this would be a beautiful place to visit. There's a nice garden/outdoor area and a couple of 'streets' for shopping of ye-olde and novelty items. There was also a performance about puppets which we watched a bit of - it was largely in Mandarin/Taiwanese so over my head.
  • Not bad, though also not great with small kids (2 and 4 year olds). Pretty hot so didn't stay out too much but they have exhibits indoors, and lots of shops along the walk. Shops are okay but seems pricey and somewhat tourist centered. Food court is really expensive and not good - pack your own meal for a picnic or there's also a 7-Eleven (Starbucks as well). There are various shows - we only saw the street show, which has great performers but our kids were scared cos too loud. Maybe we'll return when kids are older.
  • Must visit if you come to Taiwan! You can spend whole day with much fun. Traditional drama performance, local food and drinks, nice view and lots of small fun shops.
  • From here, we will know the Chinese culture, traditional games etc.. a must visit at YiLan ..
  • A nice little place to visit to learn more about the county and the country. Entrance fee is not expensive, and at certain timing of the day, there are shows for visitors to watch.
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