National Center for Traditional Arts

I have never been here, so any comments are most welcome. From the map, it looks like a huge park, containing a temple, kiln, scholar's residence, art education theater, library, exhibit hall, and restaurants, all running along the Dong-Shan River.

On weekends starting at 10am, they have a number of activities for children. During Chinese New Year, they will be held daily.

Ilan County, Wu Jie Xiang, Ji Xin Tsun, Wu Han Road Sec 2, No. 201

Entry: 150/person, children under 110cm free, discounts for groups of 20 or more or residents of Ilan County.

Hours: Open daily

Tel: 03-9602121

Website: http://www.ncfta.gov.tw/

Upcoming Events

• 2010 Daily 11am-2pm: Family activity mixing traditional stories with modern storytelling methods. "The Magic of the Mountain" (my own translation, I think it's actually a volcano)

• Feb 14-21 Daily 9am-7pm - Children's Game Fair

• Feb 14-21 Daily 10:40am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm - Performances to welcome the New Year

• Feb 14-20 Daily 10am and 4pm - Acrobatic performances

• Feb 14-21 Daily 12 noon and 6pm - Chinese Opera

• Feb 27-28 Lantern-lighting activity (numbers limited)

• Feb 27-28 3pm - "Tang Yuan" eating together

*March 20&21 there will be National Thai Dance performances

*April through June is the 2nd Traditional Children's Art Festival

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