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Park: Monday-Sunday 6 am-10 pm

Exhibition Hall: Tuesday-Sunday: 9:30 am-5 pm (Ticket Booth Hours : 9:30 am - 4:30 pm)

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

Open on national and consecutive holidays


NT$20 Regular / NT$10 Discount

Four Branch Combo Ticket

NT$130 Regular / NT$65 Discount

Membership Card


Half-price admission for the following visitors with ID (letter)

Age of 6 to 12
Age of 65 and above (holiday)
Public groups of 20 or more persons (online reservation is required one week in advance of the visit date.)

Free admission for the following visitors with ID (letter):

Under the age of 6
Age of 65 and above (weekday)
Disabled visitor and their accompanying person
Member of Taiwan Museum Association, ICOM, or AAM (membership card holder only)
Holder of Volunteer Service Honor Card issued by an approved Taiwanese institution

Easycard、Credit Card、TaiwanPay are available at every branch of NTM.

Admission Ticket Ticket-Return Information

Tickets are valid only for the venue(s) and the date stated upon them. The expired ticket will be void.

Tickets are unregistered marketable securities. No returns, reissues or exchanges will be given to lost, damaged, burned, and unrecognizable admission tickets. During your visit please retain your tickets.

For guests eligible for free or discount tickets, please show your valid ID or certification to verify prior to entry.

Any unused, undamaged ticket may be returned for a full refund without any commission fee. To apply for a ticket refund, please go to the ticketing counter of the information desk.

The National Taiwan Museum reserves the right to changes the terms, at any time and to notify you by posting an updated version on the official website.

If you need help with a consumer problem, please contact the staff at the ticketing counter of the information desk.

Visiting Guidelines

No smoking, drinking or eating in the Museum; drinking and eating is only allowed in the food and beverage service area.

No dangerous items or combustible materials are allowed in the Museum.

Please purchase admission tickets. For official purposes, please visit the administration building of National Taiwan Museum.

Visitors with improper attire or pets (exception of guide dogs for the blind) are prohibited.

No flash and camera supports for photography; any commercial use or publication of the images is prohibited.

Audio guided tour is available for the visually-impaired visitors at Land Bank Exhibition Hall.

Mandarin guided tours are available at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.