FAQs

FAQs

When is the Museum open?
The main Museum & Land Bank Exhibition Hall﹕ Tuesday-Sunday: 9:30 am-5 pm Nanmen Park: Park: Monday-Sunday: 6 am-10 pm Exhibition Hall: Tuesday-Sunday: 9:30 am-5 pm. Closed on Mondays, Chinese New Year’s Eve and Chinese New Year’s Day
How much is admission to the Museum?
The main Museum & Land Bank Exhibition Hal: Full-price: NT$30 Half-price: NT$15 one ticket for both venues Nanmen Park Exhibition Hall: Full-price: NT$20 Half-price: NT$10 free admission to the Park
Is there any transportation information?
Please see the Visit page of our website for the transportation to the Museum, Land Bank Exhibition Hall and Nanmen Park, with a simple route map. The closest metro station to the Museum and Land Bank Exhibition Hall is NTU Hospital (Exit 4). The closest metro station to the Nanmen Park is Chiang-Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (Exit 1, 2, 7)
May I photograph during the visit?
Photography is allowed in the museum without flash and camera supports and any commercial use or publication of the images is prohibited.
Is there any barrier-free facility?
The main Museum and all the branches provide the visitors with barrier-free elevators and toilettes. Wheelchairs and baby carriages are available for loan at the reception desk with proper identification.
Are there any souvenirs on sale?
The museum stores located on the ground floor of the main Museum, on the first and second floors of Land Bank Exhibition Hall and in the Nanmen Park provide various exquisite souvenirs and museum publication for the visitors to choose and purchase.
Is there Wi-Fi service provided in the Museum?
The main Museum, Land Bank Exhibition Hall and the entire Nanmen Park all provide iTAIWAN Wi-Fi service.
Is there any food and beverage service provided in the Museum?
The second floor of Land Bank Exhibition Hall and the Red House of Nanmen Park both provide coffee and light meals with Wi-Fi service. The main Museum has no service of food and beverage.
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