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Suho Memorial Paper Museum, the one and only paper museum in Taiwan, expects that through warm, comfortable, natural spatial atmosphere, different special exhibitions, close-up handmade experiences, friendly guide tours as well as services, to take...more
My daughter and I had a good time at the museum making creative paper from plant pulp. It was raining heavily then so it was a fun indoor activity.
There was a school group there at that time so we had a free guided tour...More
This museum was an unexpected find (long story) but it turned out to be 5 minute's walk from my hotel and I didn't want to miss out not visiting it.
Do keep your eyes peeled for a big green banner on Chang-an East Road as...More
Brought my 2 children to Suho paper museum. My 5 yo has always been interested in paper recycling. This museum allows him to see how paper is being made. I also signed the kids up for a paper-making workshop ($180), while me and my hubby...More
Suho Memorial Paper Museum is a lovely boutique museum, which serves as a great destination for a relaxing afternoon trip. The exhibition is not huge, but it provides a solid overview of the history of paper making, especially in Taiwan. There are good English translations....More
I don't usually rate an attraction so poorly unless it's really not up to par. I would only recommend a visit to this tiny museum if you have absolutely nothing to do, maybe on a rainy day and only if you have young kids. With...More
This place is a delight. We visited on a week day, there were primary school children and only two other tourists. This is a small museum but definitely worth a visit. After looking round we made a sheet of paper in the rooftop workshop. The...More
This was the first attraction I visited in Taipei, and I was delighted to see the architecture as well as the displays are both compelling and intriguing. I wasn't interested in taking a papermaking class, though those are certainly available. The history of paper-making and...More
The museum isn't the biggest, but it's very interesting and above all very peaceful for being in the center of Taipei! Spent about two hours there, and the workshop is fun. The staff is very friendly and cheerful, and gave some excellent advice about other...More
As a break from the bustle and noise of Taipei, we stopped into the Suho Paper Museum on a rainy afternoon. A very good experience and we were the only ones in the place! Two of us did the paper making experience which was well...More
This is a good detour away from the usual touristy activities one would do when in Taipei. Despite being a small museum, we spent a good 2.5 hours here just to experience something we wouldn't do normally. The museum consists of 4 floors. The ground...More