List of indoor play-space(s) for children!

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Re: List of indoor play-space(s) for children!

Postby Petrichor » 19 Mar 2013, 08:56

The Heritage and Culture Education Center is good for children roughly 4 to 10 years old, for a couple of hours. Asiababy wrote about it here: ... %20Centers

It's basically a child-friendly museum about old Taipei. I found it quite interesting, too. There's an article here: ... ctNode=205

Closest MRT station is Longshan Temple.
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Re: List of indoor play-space(s) for children!

Postby Pfeffersack » 07 Jul 2013, 15:30

We are Diito Gelato in Tianmu - an Italian Ice Cream shop on Zhongzheng Rd.
You can rent our place for childrens' party or meetings and events. NT$ 1500 for 2 1/2 hrs, every additional hour NT$ 500. 1/2 of that can be deducted by the food & beverage you purchase in our shop. You can bring your own drinks and food when you rent Diito gelato. We are very kids friendly ! Find us on Facebook or visit our website
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Re: List of indoor play-space(s) for children!

Postby Vay » 07 Aug 2013, 15:41

The Beitou Parent-Child Center is awesome - and free! If you take the MRT, as you come out of the station, head to your right (towards the mountain). Look diagonally to the right and you'll see a sort of goldish high-rise apartment building maybe a hundred meters away (it's the only one on that side of the road nearby). Head to that and the entrance to the Parent-Child Center is in the lobby.

Warning: they are closed on Mondays, and have a break from 12:00 til I think 2:00. Get there early (opening time is 9:30) because sometimes they fill up even on weekdays, but pretty much always on weekends. Or you can call to make a reservation: 02 2898 3217 Not easy to get through, though.

There are a bunch of other free children's centers like this around the city now:

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