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National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

2,Sec. 1, Wuchuan W. Rd, Taichung, Taiwan
+886 4 2372 3552
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2,Sec. 1, Wuchuan W. Rd, Taichung, Taiwan
+886 4 2372 3552
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The 【stil laif】by Choe U-Ram blew my mind off. These mechanical artworks were "breathing" in front of our eyes. It was such a gem! Recommend at least an hour for this exhibition! The rest of the museum was so so. One could have finished in...More

Thank whitelolly54
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our family had a spare hour on a rainy day so we tried the museum. The building itself is large and airy, with lots of glass. There is iTaiwan WiFi. I loved the air-conditioning on such a hot humid day and wished we could spend...More

Thank Saadia M
Reviewed 7 May 2017

A wide variety of exhibits which cover a broad range of topics, ranging from "how things work" to the latest question in politics and social science. Went there twice for a total visit of 3 h. The park in front is especially nice around sunset,...More

Thank Harry_lary
Reviewed 5 May 2017

This modern art gallery in central Taichung has huge spaces for the artworks on display on several floors. You can spend probably half a day here if you like the contemporary type of art. No admission fee is charged. The sculpture outside the museum is...More

Thank Billy L
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Nice exhibitions in a clean spacious building. Very enjoyable to wander through the different spaces and have a look at modern art and some traditional art

Thank jwijk
Reviewed 6 March 2017

A good place to visit for tourist. Big n nice park for gathering n photoshot. No entrance fees. You can spend half day slowly look around the museum. I love all the artwork from Taiwan. Not for people who donot appreciate artwork. Nearby the museum...More

Thank ireneong1960
Reviewed 5 March 2017

No entrance fees, big park for families outing, quiet environment, amazing library, amazing arts placed inside. Totally a place to visited. For families that has noisy or hyper-active kids. You can place them in the playground with other kids than pick them up again when...More

Thank Chung K
Reviewed 2 March 2017

The building is hugh but space arrangement is poor. Bit lack of maintenance. Not sure if it is because of management. No enough and not friendly signage. Artwork not interesting at all.

Thank Traveladvisor20
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

Considered the national fine arts museum instead of any in taipei. Quite large with 3 floors and 6 galleries. All artwork are taiwanese/local and nothing global. Too narrow a focus for me

Thank bcheong
Reviewed 22 February 2017

This museum is a ten-minute cab ride from the train station and filled with several galleries worth of contemporary art including sculptural installations, 4D, paintings, and the obligatory cafe and gift shop. Very modern, interesting exhibitions.

Thank Bonnie497
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