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National Taiwan Museum Four Museums Joint Ticket Full Price

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With the National Taiwan Museum's Four Museums Joint Ticket, you can visit the main museum, the Paleontology Museum, the South Gate Museum, and the Railway Department Park within one month from the date of ticket exchange.

  • It can be used immediately after the purchase is completed.

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  • Valid period

    Starting Time ~ 2024/09/21

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【National Taiwan Museum Main Building + Natural History Branch】

The National Taiwan Museum was established in 1908 and was originally known as the Taiwan Governor-General's Museum. It is the oldest existing museum in Taiwan, with a primary focus on natural history collections. The Paleontology Museum was formerly the Taipei Branch of the Japanese Industrial Bank. In 1991, it was designated as a third-class historic site by the Ministry of the Interior, and in 1997, it was changed to a designated historic site of Taipei City. Since 2005, the National Taiwan Museum has been responsible for the restoration and subsequent operation and management of the historic site, positioning it as a museum of natural history and financial history.

 

【National Taiwan Museum Nanmen Branch】

The Taiwan Governor-General's Office established a monopoly on opium in 1897. In 1899, they built the Taipei South Gate Factory for the production and testing of camphor and opium, the two major monopolized products. The factory was an important production base. In 1901, it was renamed the South Gate Factory, and in 1931, it became the Taipei South Gate Factory. It was the only publicly-owned camphor processing plant in Taiwan during the Japanese era. Today, only the Camphor Warehouse (referred to as the Red House), the Goods Warehouse (referred to as the Small White House), a 400-koku water storage tank, and a section of the factory's red brick wall remain. In 1998, the South Gate Factory was designated as a national historic site by the Ministry of the Interior. In 2006, it was transferred to the National Taiwan Museum by the Government Property Administration and incorporated into the Capital Museum Cluster System Project. The historic site was restored and repurposed as an exhibition hall.

 

【National Railway Department Park】

The Taiwan Governor-General's Office Transportation Bureau Railway Department, designated as a national historic site, was the location of the Taipei Machinery Bureau during the Qing Dynasty. It was also Taiwan's first modern railway repair industrial park and later became the administrative center for railway transportation throughout Taiwan. In 1989, the completion of Taipei Main Station resulted in the relocation of the Taiwan Railway Administration, leaving the space vacant. In 2006, the National Taiwan Museum collaborated with the Taiwan Railway Administration to transform the Railway Department into a museum park.

The Railway Department's historic site exhibition features four themed exhibition areas, six digital guides, and twenty on-site displays of disassembled components, showcasing the historical splendor and architectural features of the Railway Department. From the perspective of restoration records, it leads visitors back to the restoration site, allowing them to glimpse the craftsmen, techniques, and considerations involved in the restoration process. There are many fascinating aspects to discover about the historic buildings of the Railway Department, and we await your visit to explore them in detail.

 

 

※ With the National Taiwan Museum Four-Museum Joint Ticket, you can visit the Main Building and the Natural History Branch, the Nanmen Branch, and the Railway Department Park once each within one month from the date of ticket exchange (enter each venue by presenting the paper ticket at the gate).

※ Before your first visit, please go to one of the following ticket offices and have the staff scan the QR Code to exchange for the ticket.

▼Ticket Office at the Main Building

▼ Ticket office at the Natural History Branch

▼ Ticket office at the Nanmen Branch

▼ Ticket office at the Railway Department Park

【Notes for Bundle Ticket Purchase】

  1. For unused items, please apply for a refund on the official website.

  2. Once any item or gift in the bundle ticket is validated and used, returns or refunds will not be accepted.

  3. The system does not provide a function to modify orders. If you wish to change the number of tickets, you will need to request a refund and place a new order.

  4. This ticket is for adults. Please purchase other ticket types on-site.

 

※ Opening Hours:

From Tuesday to Sunday, daily from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Closed on Mondays, Lunar New Year's Eve, and the first day of the Lunar New Year.

* The museum remains open during national holidays and consecutive holidays.

※Visiting Notes: 

  • Please refrain from smoking, eating, running, and engaging in any other behavior that may pose a safety concern within the museum premises.
  • Do not bring food, liquids, umbrellas, dangerous objects, or flammable materials into the museum.
  • Please purchase tickets according to the regulations. For official business inquiries, please proceed to the administrative building in front of the museum.
  • Visitors with untidy attire or carrying pets (except for guide dogs) will be denied entry.
  • Recording, the use of flash photography, tripods, and selfie sticks are prohibited. Unauthorized commercial and publishing use is strictly prohibited.
  • There is a dedicated elevator for individuals with disabilities at the main entrance of the museum.
  • Scheduled guided tours in Chinese are available at 10:30 AM and 2:30 PM.

1. Each product is limited to one time use.

2. In the event of force majeure (including but not limited to typhoons, earthquakes, heavy rains, and other natural disasters), considering public safety, the organizer may postpone or cancel the event. Advance notice and communication will be provided. The organizer reserves the right to modify, terminate, or change the details of the event.

3. For more information, please refer to the official website of National Taiwan Museum Railway Department Park: https://www.ntm.gov.tw/

 

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