Taichung Cultural and Creative Industrial Park is near the Rear Station.
The park occupies an area of 5.6 hectares. It is similar to Taipei Hua-shan Creative Park as it used to be Taichung Winery, owned by Monopoly Bureau and established in 1916 during the Japanese colonial era.
The winery was relocated in 1998 due to sewage and air pollution.
After a few years, the establishment was listed as a historic site by the Taichung City Government in July 2002. The old winery factory has been maintained to give testament to the historical development of Taiwan wine industry since the Japanese colonial era.
The warehouse interior is renovated to become a cafe. You can come here during leisure hours to drink some coffee and eat desserts while checking out various buildings and art and design exhibits.
Taichung Cultural and Creative Industrial Park is located on No.362 Section 3 Fu-xing Road, South District, Taichung City.