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Though the 2nd floor section is under renewal, we enjoyed the fossil coverage on the 1st floor, architecture feature at the 2nd floor corridor as the Taiwan aboriginal feature on the 3rd floor. The cheap NT 30 entrance fee also allows admission to the land...More
Went there to see the collections that came from Forbidden City. Most important wanted to see the Jade cabbage and the Meat-shape-stone ( rouxingshi) aka Dongpo pork Was a little disappointed the Jade cabbage was out at other exhibition Saw only the Meat stone
It costs $1 USD and is currently being renovated, there are still some very interesting exhibits on the native Taiwanese, elephants, microfossils and the history of Taiwan and the founders of the ecological institutes in Taiwan.
A small and interesting museum set in a nice park. And here’s how to avoid 30 NTD entry - museum shuts at 5pm but is free in final half hour. We managed to blitz three floors. Some signs in English. Fun way to pack in...More
The museum fee consist of entrance to both museum - National Taiwan Museum & Land Bank Exhibition Hall (opp/across the road). The museum isn’t as crowd as I expected it would be so it makes it easy to roam around and read the description of...More
This is a longish walk from most main hotels but there is an MRT station right next to the museum. You are looking at about 25 NTD for the train fare (one way) and 30 NTD to get in. Well worth it at that price....More
Sometimes museums can be overwhelming. The National Taiwan Museum is compact and easily doable. It has Four floors and an elevator. The basement floor was closed when we visited, but the other floors were open. You will find a big selection of archeological findings and...More