Neiwan Forestry Exhibition Hall

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  • Phone:+886 03-5849472
  • Address:No.11, Datong Rd., Hengshan Township, Hsinchu County 312, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Neiwan Forestry Exhibition Hall is located at Hsinchu County's Hengshan Township, on No.11, Datong Road. Neiwan is surrounded by mountains on three sides. After crossing the Panlong Suspension Bridge, the terrain becomes a bay, hence its name of Neiwan (meaning 'Inner Bay'). During the Japanese occupation era, the Taiwan governor-general's office at Hsinchu collected camphor oil at Neiwan. The storehouse at that time was a Japanese-style wooden dormitory, but after the forestry industry started to decline, it was transformed into Neiwan Forestry Exhibition Hall. The exhibition hall utilizes comics to explain the history of forestry, precious tree species, fireflies, conifers, broadleaf trees, tree planting, and tree measurements. Nearby coniferous trees include cypress, red peony, and cedar, while broad-leaved trees include eucalyptus, Taiwan Ebony, stout camphor, camellia, and sandalwood, in addition to Neiwan's local wild ginger. The outdoor exhibition area features landscape tree species, DIY tree planting experience, logging machines, and other work machines and equipment, as well as explanations of wood transportation methods. 
Some neighboring attractions and scenic spots are Neiwan Comic Village, Neiwan Theater, Hengshan Caifeng Hall, Youluo River, Neiwan Suspension Bridge, Nanping Ecology Area, Yinghua Trail, Youluo River Riverside Trail, Neiwan Station, Liu Xinqing Comic Museum, and more. 



Opening Hours
Wednesday to Sunday 09:00-17:00

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