The Taipei Children’s Amusement Park is located in the northern part of the Shilin district. While it’s certainly no Disneyland, it’s a great place to take children, being geared towards mainly younger kids.
With it’s very cheap entry price (free on Saturday evenings), and the main rides costing only between NT$20 and NT$30, it’s a fun and affordable way to keep kids entertained for a few hours.
You can also purchase a day ticket from Klook that gives you unlimited access to all the main rides.See Price section below for details
Altogether, there are 13 main rides to choose from and a handful of smaller rides. The park is only a few acres in size but there’s enough variety in rides to keep children of most ages entertained.
The Swing Ship, Drop Tower and of course the giant Ferris Wheel are the most popular rides, and serve up enough thrills to get pulses racing.
There’s a large indoor section with many fun games machines and an activity play centre.
There’s plenty of food options on site, and a large food hall serving Asian cuisine.
Located about 5 minutes walk from the Taipei Astronomical Museum and 15 minutes from Shilin Night Market, a visit to all of these would easily fill a whole day.
Taipei Children’s Amusement Park doesn’t ever get too busy, and a visit on a Saturday evening when the sun has gone down and entry is free is definitely the best time to visit.
- Cheap large rides and entry
- Great for young children
- Certainly no Disneyland
- Small rides are expensive
|General||Senior Citizens||7 – 11 years||Under 7 years|
Free admission for arrivals after 16:00 on Saturdays or holidays
Large rides cost between NT$20 and NT30 per ride
Small rides cost between NT$50 and NT80 per ride (these are under outside management so cost more)
You can also purchase a day ticket from Klook for only NT$170, which will give you unlimited access to the 13 main rides at the park.
09:00 – 17:00 (extended to 20:00 on Saturdays and during Summer/Winter holidays)
Closed on Chinese New Year’s Eve
It’s a great area to take children. Both the Taipei Astronomical Museum and National Taiwan Science Education Center are located within the vicinity.
Come on a Saturday evening when it’s free to enter.
Closest MRT: Shilin Station (red line – exit 1)
20 minute walk to the park
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