Venue Rental Procedure

Before Submission of Application

Inquire availability and confirm venue

Phone: 02-2358-1914 ext. Events

Time: 10:00-18:00 Daily

Submission of Application

Download and complete venue rental application, and attach either event proposal or copy of registration certificate (organization, arts organization, company). Please submit electronic application.

Review

Review will take 7-10 business days. Upon passing the review, related information, such as quotation and contract, will be provided.

Passing the Review

Please submit related documents according to schedule.

Site Inspection

Please call for reservation and confirmation at least one day before the day of site inspection.

Entry Coordination Meeting

Entry coordination meeting will be held 7-14 days prior to the event. All vendors of the event shall attend.

Event

During the event period, all park regulations shall be complied.

Closure

Please complete event closure record form and attach 10 photographs of the event. The deposit will be remitted on second and fourth Fridays of each month.

 

E2 Building A

The Silian (Four-Interconnected) Building was built in March 1933. It is a standalone factory space featuring a long-corridor. The structure features steel frame, reinforced concreted beam and girder system, and bricks. The façade has a gable where the entrance is located. The gable is decorated with arch key stone. The building has arched windows, stucco finish window frames, stucco finish decorations, horizontal decorative bands, and long-span steel trusses and asbestos roof. The elevated ceiling and large interior space inject modern architectural characteristics and functionalities for the old warehouse.

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E2 Building B

The Silian (Four-Interconnected) Building was built in March 1933. It is a standalone factory space featuring a long-corridor. The structure features steel frame, reinforced concreted beam and girder system, and bricks. The façade has a gable where the entrance is located. The gable is decorated with arch key stone. The building has arched windows, stucco finish window frames, stucco finish decorations, horizontal decorative bands, and long-span steel trusses and asbestos roof. The elevated ceiling and large interior space inject modern architectural characteristics and functionalities for the old warehouse.

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E2 Building C

The Silian (Four-Interconnected) Building was built in March 1933. It is a standalone factory space featuring a long-corridor. The structure features steel frame, reinforced concreted beam and girder system, and bricks. The façade has a gable where the entrance is located. The gable is decorated with arch key stone. The building has arched windows, stucco finish window frames, stucco finish decorations, horizontal decorative bands, and long-span steel trusses and asbestos roof. The elevated ceiling and large interior space inject modern architectural characteristics and functionalities for the old warehouse.

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E2 Building D

The Silian (Four-Interconnected) Building was built in March 1933. It is a standalone factory space featuring a long-corridor. The structure features steel frame, reinforced concreted beam and girder system, and bricks. The façade has a gable where the entrance is located. The gable is decorated with arch key stone. The building has arched windows, stucco finish window frames, stucco finish decorations, horizontal decorative bands, and long-span steel trusses and asbestos roof. The elevated ceiling and large interior space inject modern architectural characteristics and functionalities for the old warehouse.

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M5B Broiler Room

Built in 1931, the single-level brick building is two storeys tall and has iron framework. A brick broiler mouth and old broiler apparatus are preserved inside to showcase the wine factory’s charm of aged memories.

The short corridor outside the building has 100 years of Huashan’s history posted on both walls, making it Huashan’s time tunnel.

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W1 Building

The courthouse was built in 1918, and was one of the two most famous modernized camphor refineries in Taipei during the Japanese colonial period. The building has witnessed the rise and fall of Taiwan’s camphor industry, and is thus designated as one of the historical buildings in the park by the central government. The compound is connected to Huashan Grassland via the outdoor square, which gives the interior and outdoor spaces diverse functionalities. With exclusive entrance and traffic route, the building can be used as the reception area featuring large outdoor visual designs. W1 and W2 can be combined to provide a larger exhibition space and separation of exhibition sections.

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W2 Building

The courthouse was built in 1930, and was one of the two most famous modernized camphor refineries in Taipei during the Japanese colonial period. The building has witnessed the rise and fall of Taiwan’s camphor industry, and is thus designated as one of the historical buildings in the park by the central government. With exclusive entrance and traffic route, the building can be used as the reception area featuring large outdoor visual designs. W1 and W2 can be combined to provide a larger exhibition space and separation of exhibition sections.

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W4 Building

The courthouse was built in 1918, and was one of the two most famous modernized camphor refineries in Taipei during the Japanese colonial period. The building has witnessed the rise and fall of Taiwan’s camphor industry, and is thus designated as one of the historical buildings in the park by the central government.

The compound is connected to Huashan Grassland via the outdoor square, which gives the interior and outdoor spaces diverse functionalities.

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W5-1 Building

The courthouse was built in 1918, and was one of the two most famous modernized camphor refineries in Taipei during the Japanese colonial period. The building has witnessed the rise and fall of Taiwan’s camphor industry, and is thus designated as one of the historical buildings in the park by the central government. The building is connected to Huashan Grassland via the outdoor square, and the buildings and outdoor area can be used as reception area featuring large visual designs.

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W5-2 Building

The courthouse was built in 1918, and was one of the two most famous modernized camphor refineries in Taipei during the Japanese colonial period. The building has witnessed the rise and fall of Taiwan’s camphor industry, and is thus designated as one of the historical buildings in the park by the central government.

The compound is connected to Huashan Grassland via the outdoor square, which gives the interior and outdoor spaces diverse functionalities.

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M4A Red Wine Factory

Built in November 1933, the two-storey building is built with bricks and steel beams and pillars. The roof connects three interconnected buildings from north to south, which are perpendicular to the two factories. Half of the interior has an elevated ceiling at nearly 10 meters, and the other half has a second floor; together with the mottled walls, the interior space showcases diverse variations.

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M4B Rice Wine Factory

Built in November 1933, the two-storey building is built with bricks and steel beams and pillars. The roof connects three interconnected buildings from north to south, which are perpendicular to the two factories.

The edges of windows and corridor pathways are decorated with unglazed ceramic bricks custom made by Beitou Pottery Company, displaying an unadorned beauty.

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M4B Rice Wine Factory 2F

Built in November 1933, the two-storey building is built with bricks and steel beams and pillars. The roof connects three interconnected buildings from north to south, which are perpendicular to the two factories.

The second floor has many circular holes at around 5 meters in diameter where fermentation tanks were originally installed. When sunlight penetrates into the building, a penetrative visual effect is created between the first and second floor, creating a unique atmosphere.

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M4B Rice Wine Factory 2F Auditorium

Built in November 1933, the two-storey building is built with bricks and steel beams and pillars. The roof connects three interconnected buildings from north to south, which are perpendicular to the two factories.

The second floor has many circular holes at around 5 meters in diameter where fermentation tanks were originally installed. When sunlight penetrates into the building, a penetrative visual effect is created between the first and second floor, creating a unique atmosphere.

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Square in front of M3 Building

Located in front of the M3 Building, it is an ideal spot for small outdoor promotional activities and installation of outdoor advertisements.

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Huashan Theater

The amphitheater in front of the tower is the largest outdoor space in the park. In 2003, the space went through landscape design, becoming a square with an outdoor stage and boardwalk. The large grassland and the historical structure of the tower in the backdrop create a comfortable outdoor space that can be used for exhibitions, performances and leisure activities.

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Zhongxiao Triangle

Zhongxiao Triangle is in front of the tower near the intersection of Zhongxiao East Road and Bade Road, and is the second largest outdoor space in the park. It is suitable for promotional activities, as well as placement of outdoor advertisement.

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Lawn in front of Trees

Located beside Huashan Theater and the Visitors Service Center, it is an ideal spot for small outdoor promotional activities and installation of outdoor advertisements.

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Jinshan and Bade Square

Located at the intersection of Jinshan North Road and Bade Road, beside Xinsheng Viaduct, and at the main entrance of the park, it is the most ideal spot for outdoor advertisements.

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E3B Umay Theater

In December 2016, the building shed its original winery look and officially opened as “Umay Theater.” Huashan 1914 Creative Park actively supports choreographic, theatrical, and musical creations, creating a new creative stage for performing arts practitioners. Telling stories through body, interpreting thoughts through texts, and conveying emotions through sounds, Huashan 1914 aims to present diverse artistic and cultural experiences. The theater has tiered seats, professional theater equipment, and exclusive dressing rooms. Whether you are a performer or audience member......

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Fruit Wine Dance Studio

The Fruit Wine Factory was built in 1959, and the assembly hall on the second floor was originally used for assemblies at the wine factory. Featuring numerous windows on three sides, the interior has sufficient natural lighting. In recent years, the hall has been used mainly for experimental theatrical performances, or rehearsals by performing arts groups. Sometimes the hall is used for smaller exhibitions. In 2016, the space is revamped and renamed “Fruit Wine Dance Studio,” where performing arts groups enjoy priority to use the studio for rehearsals. The studio also hosts Taipei National University of the Arts Huashan Academy, allowing the general public to come and experience dancing.

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M3 Sake Factory 2F

Part of the first group of buildings from the Houjou Wine Company era, this facility had been used as the head office in 1922.

The building is given sufficient natural lighting by many windows. The inner and outer walls are all 1-meter thick. Stucco finish makes the walls sturdy and heat-resistant, and the interior is comfortable in all seasons. The arched gate further helps to create a unique space. The building is suitable for educational trainings and smaller exhibitions.

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