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I'm not a boat person but I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. The museum has models of historic vessels (ever wondered what a trireme looked like?) and covers maritime history. Of course, there are models of contemporary boats, important vessels in history and exhibits on maritime...More
I need to correct the review just before mine. The museum has much more to offer than what is in the lobby. It is also not free but well worth the 200NT or 100NT for seniors. There are five floors of exhibits with a terrific...More
I was underwhelmed by this place but it was free. The main exhibits on the first level are essentially a model of a treasure ship, a small dhow (which is a vessel originating in the Gulf) and a traditional canoe. The models on the main...More
I loved this museum. I live in London and we have the National Maritime Museum of course in Greenwich, but honestly, from the compact size and careful selection of models and exhibits, I found this place totally fascinating and as good.
For me, the ship...More
Family of five, 3 kids (11, 9, 7), my wife and I are bilingual. Kids know minimal Mandarin.
Pretty extensive display, some are a little dated, but quite a comprehensive coverage of everything dealing with maritime trade and war, or at least beyond what an...More
This is an impressive museum that had few patrons the day we visited. It occupies five floors. The top two are devoted to the history of ships and boats, which is supported by extensive models. The third floor has an impressive collection of maritime paintings....More
Evergreen has made fine museum contribute Taiwan.
There are many model ships and goods about sea.
Not only models there are many educational goods here.
So you can learn improvement about ship and history of trade and war.
It’s takes about two hours to visit.
Didnt expect much from such small museum.
Lots of miniature boats and more boats of all kinds from different era.
A small shop selling souveniers and the entrance tickets and a cafe.
Located nearby CKS Memorial Hall, so you can both on the same day.