Timings : Tuesday - Sunday: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : NTUSD 20
The oldest museum in Taiwan, showcasing the natural and humanitarian history of the country.
The National Taiwan Museum was established in 1908, with barely 10,000 artefacts in it's collection. The building itself is quite imposing, with towering columns and a Grecian faade. Another fascinating architectural feature are the stained glass skylights on the roof, making beautiful patterns on the ground when sunlight passes through them. The museum's collections provide an insight to the natural history and the development of various fields in Taiwan. They contain exhibits of many plant and animal specimens indigenous to the country, along with several cultural artefacts. The collections are divided into 5 departments, namely Zoology, Botany, anthropology, earth sciences and education.
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