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List of Family-Friendly Cafes in Taipei with play areas for children - Bumble Bee Mum

I have a slight obsession with cafes that have play areas for young children.  I am a super light traveller, be it in Singapore or overseas, and I dread bringing toys or activity packs around to keep the kids occupied.  So on days where all I want to do is have a peaceful meal but can’t get away from the kids, I look for a cafe with play area.

Play area for kids at Car Car Hotpot in Zhongli, Taiwan


When we were in Taipei with kids, I made a list of such cafes to stand-by.  Just in case we were so dead beat from travelling with the kids and needed a place where the kids could keep themselves occupied while the adults replenished our tummies and energy.

Here is the list of cafes I had, categorized by district:

Zhong Zheng District



Address: 台北市中正區中華路二段75巷18號

Getting there: 700m from Xiaonanmen Station  (Line 3)

Map: Click here for Google Map location

Opening Hours: 1100 – 2100

Official Website: Facebook Page


Zhong Shan District

Moooon Spring Cafe & Play


Address: 台北市中山區敬業一路128巷39號1樓

Getting there: 450m from Jiannan Rd. Station (Line 1)

Map: Click here for Google Map location

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 11am to 9pm(last order 8pm)
  • Weekends & Holidays: 9am to 9pm(last order 8pm)

Official Website: Homepage | Facebook Page


Artr 北美館親子餐廳 (Art Restaurant)


Address: 臺北市中山區中山北路三段181號

Getting There: 650m from Yuanshan Station (Line 2)

Map: Click here for Google map location

Opening Hours:

  • Monday Closed
  • Tue to Fri: 10:30 – 17:00
  • Sat: 09:30 – 20:00
  • Sun: 09:30 – 17:00

Official Website: HomepageFacebook Page


Song Shan District

Brick Works Lego Cafe (Taipei Arena Store)


Address: 台北市松山區南京東路四段2號1樓16、17店鋪

Getting There:  Beside Taipei Arena station

Opening Hours:

  • Mon to Fri: 11:30~21:00
  • Sat: 11:00~21:30
  • Sun: 11:00~20:00
  • Closes early at 4pm on the first Tuesday of every month

Map: Show location on Google Map

Official Website: Facebook Page




Address: 松山區北寧路38號1樓

Getting There: 400m from Taipei Arena Station

Map: Show location on Google Maps

Opening Hours: 11:30 am – 8:30 pm

Official Website: Facebook Page


123 FUN 親子聚會空間


Address: 台北市松山區八德路四段123號B1

Getting There: 450m from Nanjing Sanmin Station (Line 3)

Map: Show location on Google map

Opening Hours:

  • Mon – Fri: 11:00-18:00 (Last order 17:00)
  • Sat – Sun: 11:00-21:00 (Last order 20:00)

Official Website: Facebook Page


Da An District

Mr Tree Station 大樹站


Address:  台北市大安區安和路二段83號

Getting There: 400m walk from Xinyi Anhe Station (Line 2)

Map: Show location on Google Map

Opening Hours:

Official Websites: Homepage | Facebook Page




Address: 台北市大安區潮州街38號

Getting There: 300m from Guting Station (Line 3)

Map: Click here for Google map location

Official Websites: Homepage | Facebook Page


Xinyi District

Chop Chop 恰恰親子餐廳


Address: 忠孝東路5段8號4樓

Getting There: Beside Taipei City Hall Station (Line 5)

Map: Show location on Google Map

Opening Hours: 11am – 9.30pm

Official website: Facebook Page


Shilin District

台北露西家 LUCY’s HOME


Address:  士林區美德街 104 號

Getting There:  550m from Shilin Station (Line 2)

Map: Show location on Google Map

Opening Hours:

  • Mon-Tue: 11:30 am – 8:30 pm
  • Thu-Sun: 11:30 am – 8:30 pm

Official Website: Facebook Page


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  1. Oh my goodness what a brilliant post! If I ever go to Taipei I’ll be sorted! haha! So pleased I have found your blog too as I’m from Singapore – very interesting:) #citytripping18

  2. Wendy Lee says:

    Wow, Brick Works would be my son’s dream come true… he’s such a Lego fanatic 🙂

  3. Wander Mum says:

    You can’t beat a good cafe with a GREAT children’s play area… these look like a lot of fun! Very handy when we eventually make it to Taiwan. Thanks for linking to #citytripping

    • bumblebeemum says:

      While I would love to go check out Michelin-starred restaurants when I travel, I worry that my kids and Michelin stars do not exactly gel since my boys are pretty raucous. I guess we would be better off at cafes like these till the kids are older.

  4. Diana L. says:

    This is such a good post idea, makes me want to go around the city just looking for these to highlight them! and those huge ball pits for kids and adults look really fun!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Haha.. Ever since I had kids, I have been going around looking for stuff like these. I remembered driving around Australia and seeing McDonalds with huge playgrounds made super excited!

  5. MummyTravels says:

    That’s such a great idea – I usually have back-up crayons in the bottom of my bag somewhere but this would definitely beat those. Assuming she didn’t insist I came in with her! Thanks for linking up to #citytripping

    • bumblebeemum says:

      I got tired of picking up crayons from the floor every 5 seconds. I totally know what you mean. When I’m expecting the kids to go run around the playground while I sit back and enjoy my coffee, but the boys keep coming over to ask me to play with them. I will be thinking, “Okayyyy… This defeats the whole purpose of coming here.”

  6. Haha, I know these are supposed to be for kids, but some of them look really fun for adults even! Like I would totally want to play in there if it’s not weird. Taipei is really fun, huh? I’ve spent a fair amount of time there and there’s always some interesting wacky cafe!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      No, it will be totally weird for you to play at these cafes. Except maybe the Lego cafe. I always go and play at the Lego tables at Lego cafes.

      When you travel with and without kids, you see the same place in a very different light. 😉

  7. What a child friendly place. Beautiful!

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