The old buildings in Huashan Creative Park were built as Japanese sake wineries in 1914. There were several name changed by the government and the winery had expanded into making rice wine, fruit wine and other types of wine.
Due to urban development, the winery was moved to provincial factory area out of Taipei City in 1987. The buildings were abandoned until the Golden Bough Theatre restored part of the facilities and staged performances in the venue in 1997. This has attracted attention from the local community, artists as well as the government as the site continued to be used by artists.
In 2005, the winery and the area was rebuilt and named Huashan Creative Park, providing creative workshop facilities, exhibition halls and a public park. Today, there are coffee shops, bars and restaurants, shops, exhibition halls filled with different type of art and creative exhibitions, as well as open space for music performance and cultural activities.