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Evergreen Maritime Museum
Huashan Cultural Park
Miniatures Museum of Taiwan
Taipei Eye
Suho Memorial Paper Foundation
Shopping
The Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art
Taipei Fine Art Museum
National Taiwan Museum
Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
Hsing Tian Temple
Taipei Story House


Evergreen Maritime Museum
The mission of Evergreen Maritime Museum is to preserve and present the history, art and science of boats and ships, in the hope of generating public interest in maritime culture and in turn inspiring the pursuit of knowledge and the spirit of exploration.
Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00~17:00
Closures: Every Monday
Admissions: Standard NT$200
Concession/Standard Group NT$150
Concession Group NT$100
Related Link: http://emm.evergreen.com.tw

Huashan Cultural Park
In 1997, the artistic community began to push for the reuse of the Taipei Distillery, which had been idle for ten years. The area was redeveloped into an artistic development space called the Huashan Cultural Park. It hosts an array of artistic activities for the community that promote
Related Link: http://huashan.cca.gov.tw

Miniatures Museum of Taiwan
The first museum in Asia dedicated to miniature artwork and dollhouses, it is the second largest in the world devoted to this field. It has the world’s finest collection of miniatures. The fa?ades of the dollhouses can be viewed from the interior or exterior. The museum also includes Room Boxes (close-up shots of the rooms). Dollhouses are built to scale, from the best materials; each is extremely realistic.
Related Link: http://www.mmot.com.tw

Taipei Eye
Shows take place every Friday and Saturday night at Shimin Hall in the Taiwan Cement Building. Famous artists are regularly invited to perform on stage. These performances include puppet shows, classical Chinese music/opera, martial arts and dances. The front hall features live acting.
Related Link: http://www.taipeieye.com

Suho Memorial Paper Foundation
This building cleverly utilizes space and seems to be a product of vivid creativity. On the fourth floor, paper is born, dies and is reborn. Guides take you through the entire paper-making process in a manner that includes many stimulating activities.
Related Link: http://140.138.146.6/paper/suho/

Shopping
Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei lies in the business district that surrounds Taipei Train Station. This area includes Ximen Shopping District, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Dept. Store (Nanjing E. Road), Id?e Dept. Store, Sunrise Plaza, The Breeze Center, The Living Mall, Pacific Sogo and the Taipei 101 tower.

The Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art
Along with Jiancheng Elementary School, Taipei City Hall and the Museum of Contemporary Art, this building bears witness to the history of Taipei. This structure was erected during the Japanese Colonial Era. Here, East meets West and contemporary meets classic. The colonial architecture is fused with contemporary styles, creating an enchanting atmosphere.
Related Link: http://www.mocataipei.org.tw

Taipei Fine Art Museum
This museum is itself a work of art. It stands at the edge of beautiful Chungshan Art Park. It is a perfect example of green architecture. The protruding window seals and raised ceilings astoundingly contrast the interior and exterior; the varied spaces will amaze as you move from one visual treat to the next.
Related Link: http://www.tfam.gov.tw/

National Taiwan Museum
This piece of majestic Renaissance Doric architecture was designed by the famous Japanese architect Ichiro Nomura and completed in 1915. Its grandeur and beauty qualify it as a national treasure.
Related Link: http://www.ntm.gov.tw

Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
The Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall area includes the National Music Hall (right) and the National Theater (left). The tallest building reaches 70 meters in height.
Related Link: http://www.cksmh.gov.tw/

Hsing Tian Temple
The Hsing Tian Temple (aka En Zhu Gong Temple) is a spiritual center for Daoism Confucianism and Buddhism. Its concrete structure has a majestic classical fa?ade and layout. It is a modern adaptation of classical Chinese architecture.
Related Link: http://www.ht.org.tw

Taipei Story House
Chen Chao-Jun (陳朝駿, born in 1913 or 1914), a tea merchant, built this Tudor style house for social gatherings. It was also a guest house for his VIPs. In 2003, the municipal government opened this building to the public as the Taipei Story House, promoting life, culture and literature.
Related Link: http://www.storyhouse.com.tw


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