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National Taiwan Museum

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Address: No.2 Xiangyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
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+886 2 2382 2566
09:30 - 17:00
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Tue - Sun 09:30 - 17:00

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Exploring Taiwan history - and wait, Dinosaurs!

I went to Taiwan for nearly 30 times since 2008. Shamefully, before my latest visit in February 2017, I had never been to the National Museum of Taiwan in the old downtown of... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2017
May W
Hong Kong, China
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43 reviews
13 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Entrance fee NT$30 or you can use your Easycard to pay for it. Displays Taiwan's heritage and history. Well kept and maintained.

Thank Julie L
Taguig City, Philippines
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148 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 62 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a lot smaller than you'd think, with just two floors. The exhibits can be finished in under an hour, max, and there's nothing incredible inside. The staff are, at least, very kind and helpful.

Thank Jason C
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5 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 8 March 2017 via mobile

The main museum will not be worth the visit if you're unable to read Chinese characters as the displays are abysmal. This is especially so for temporary exhibits. The displays seem disjointed and there is no real theme to the main museum. The dinosaur exhibit at the Land Bank Exhibition Hall is much better. Do not visit if you've got... More 

Thank atemycookie
New York
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29 reviews
6 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

The museum has three floors, but as of February 2017, only the second floor is opened. The other two are in construction. The exhibition on the second floor is 100% in Chinese and since there isn't any audio provided by the museum it is imposible to understand anything unless you speak Chinese. So my visit lasted 4 minutes in total... More 

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Hong Kong, China
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52 reviews
38 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

I went to Taiwan for nearly 30 times since 2008. Shamefully, before my latest visit in February 2017, I had never been to the National Museum of Taiwan in the old downtown of Taipei, the capital city. The entrance ticket is TWD30 which allows you to enter the Main Hall and the historical "Land Bank Museum". The displays at the... More 

Thank May W
Sydney, Australia
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40 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 25 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

National Taiwan Museum is not flashy and nor is the prices at NTD $30. But combined with access to the Land Bank Exhibition across the road it's great value. There are no crowds and it's not huge so a nice quiet stroll around. 2nd floor is half fixed exhibits on Flora & Fauna (not very interesting for non-Asian as all... More 

Thank k l
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

I had planned to kill a couple of hours here before catching a train but try as hard as I could I was outside twiddling my thumbs inside 30 minutes :( a couple of the floors were closed for renos and the open exhibitions that included the ecosystem wildlife displays had no English. the associated land bank museum across the... More 

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Miami Beach, Florida
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505 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 273 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 January 2017

This is a fairly large museum and is across the street from its sister building which most people forget to visit. The building across the street is where all the dinosaurs are and local history in general. You will find information about wouth Taiwan and the indigineous people that live there among other things.

Thank Chris S
Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

The buidling was built by the Japanese colonial government in the early 1900s. The architecture style was very European and interesting. The museum is located next to the 228 Memorial Park, which is a nice park to visit.

Thank Phi S
Singapore, Singapore
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45 reviews
26 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 35 helpful votes
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Walking within Skeletons: Dinosaurs Coming!” is a permanent exhibit at the Land Bank Exhibition Hall. It has fossils, skeletons and many specimens that will awe the whole family - kids and adults. It is fascinating and even my 11 year old would read all the information that accompanied the different displays. This exhibit is not free, but very inexpensive. Kids... More 

1 Thank KLTY123

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