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Liberty Culture Creative Hall (利百代彩筆文創館)

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Liberty was founded in 1948. In the early days, the company’s main business was stencil duplicator (mimeo). In response to the changing times, the founder Mr. Wang Songzhen relied on his insights into new opportunities and brought in pencil manufacturing technologies from Japan to create the first "88 pencil" in Taiwan. Liberty has become a classic brand and legend in the stationery industry ever since. Later, to serve the growing needs in the stationery market, Liberty imported Japanese and Korean brands to Taiwan, which helped create a new era of the booming stationery industry.

As a well-known, evergreen enterprise, Liberty's continuous hard work is obvious to all. Since 1966 when founder Mr. Wang Songzhen was chosen as the honorary manager and was received by Vice President Chen Cheng, Wang, the company itself, and its products have received numerous awards, such as the Gold Trademark Award, the No. 1 Brand Award for Outstanding Goods, Outstanding Brand Manager and Entrepreneur, Popular Enterprise, Popular Stationery, and China's Golden Banner Manufacturer Award. In 2006, Liberty was rated by the British Superbrands organization as a Taiwanese super brand. Liberty is indeed a brand that is representative of Taiwan’s outstanding economic development.

Adhering to the corporate philosophy of "integrity and responsibility, respect and mutual prosperity, happiness and innovation, and challenge and excellence,” Liberty produces high-quality products to the highest standards of excellence. The diverse product options and customized services offered have continued to earn customers’ favor. As a brand, Liberty also continues to dedicate and contribute to the Taiwanese stationery market.
Liberty’s old Taoyuan factory was transformed into the Liberty Culture Creative Hall and was opened to the public in 2019. It is the first case of redevelopment of the original factory site in Guishan Industrial Zone. You are most welcomed to the only remaining pencil factory in Taiwan. Experience the culture and creativity of stationery, and enjoy the wonderful experience of dining, shopping, and recreation.

﹙Information source: Tourism Factory official site, MOEA﹚

Information

TEL 03-3613020
Opening Hours ■Culture Creative Hall
Weekdays: 10:00-17:00
Weekends and national holidays: 9:00-17:00
Closed on Mondays.
If Monday happens to fall within consecutive national holidays, the Hall will be closed on the next following weekday.



■Restaurant
Weekdays: 11:30-22:00
Weekends and national holidays: 11:00-22:00
Phone: 03-3613020
Charge ■ Guided tour (including DIY activity): 200NTD
■ DIY activity: 150NTD
■ Ticket value cannot be redeemed as store or restaurant credit.

Facilities

  • Introductory Lecture
  • Bus Station
  • Toilet
  • Parking Lot
  • Shop

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■ The Culture and Creative Hall is free to visit. Guided tours and DIY activities must be reserved in advance.
■ The Hall is closed on Mondays. If Monday happens to fall within consecutive national holidays, the Hall will be closed on the next following weekday.
■ Refer to on-site announcements for DIY activities during weekends and holidays. Guided tours are not available on weekends and holidays.
■ Reservations can be made from Tuesday to Friday. Refer to on-site announcements for DIY activities during weekends and holidays.
■ Use the online system for booking guided tours. After you fill out the form, a member of staff will contact you by phone to the reservation.
■ For reservations and inquiries please call 03-3613020.

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