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I came here because I wanted to walk over to the Zhishan Garden, but I stopped to take some pictures of the Museum first. It was nice to see. I did not stay long but there were some great views which made for some nice...More
The National Palace Museum is not on the main Metro lines and not easy to find. I took the Metro to Shilin. From just north of the station, the buses can be a bit of confusion, but there are signs--and with some luck you'll get...More
It used to give me an impression that it is old-fashioned place and just for tourists to visit. However, it is not! It’s an interesting and knowledgeable place to indulge those ancient treasures! The demonstration is visitor-friendly to watch. The staff here is super nice...More
If you have interest in history, then this is place for you. Entry fee is 350 NT$. A lot of interesting historical artifacts to see and admire. Plus a kids play area too in basement. This will surely help families with kids.
The National Palace Museum has an impressive collection of jade sculptures, paintings, calligraphies, Buddha statues, and antique vases. It also has a well organised education section on forms and balances in terms of sculptures, especially in terms of possible interpretations of various art forms. Although...More
If you would like to see Chinese antiquities, this is the museum to visit. The must-see works are jade carvings of the Bok Choy and the Fatty Pork. The environment is beautiful where you can walk up the stairs and enjoy nature and slow paced...More
We went with our 4 year old daughter in the afternoon on a weekday hoping to miss the tour groups but there are still lots of tour groups (they are unavoidable).
We did not get the audio tour primarily because it would have been too...More
This visit was very consistent with my memory of my first visit nearly 30 years ago - dimly lit, not well displayed, and much fewer exhibits than what the museum catalogues publish. There are some important exhibits, but it's not worth the half-hour car ride...More
We visited on a Friday evening and had as much time to view all the displays that we wanted to see. Amazed at the intricate carvings and artistry that is on display from so many years ago. We were there with friend who knew the...More