Penghu is home to 580 stone fish traps, a method of catching fish using the principals of rising and falling tides. Eighty-eight of these traps can be found along the cost of Jibei, “the hometown of stone traps” and the site of the Stone Fish Traps Cultural Museum. The museum is dedicated to local folk culture. Since its establishment, the museum first renovated its buildings, followed by display installation and staff training, and now focuses on promotion activities and on-site stone trap repairs to preserve the culture of stone fish traps.
Main hall: Features a simulated underwater world and display items.
Outdoor Area: Features stone trap-shaped art, fishing models, and lifelike statues of trappers observing fish tracks and fishermen patrolling traps.
Jibei Sea Paradise Resort → Jibei Stone Fish Traps Cultural Museum → Tongliang Old Banyan Tree → Penghu Aquarium
How to Get There
Airplane to Magong Airport on Penghu → Chikan Wharf → ferry to Jibei Island
Jibei Cultural Museum of Stone Tial Weirs
From April to October, Thu ~ Tue, 9 am ~ 4:30 pm (closed on Wednesdays and from March to November)
182, Jibei Village, Baisha Township, Penghu County (Jibei Visitor Center)