National Taiwan Museum – Natural History Branch

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National Taiwan Museum – Natural History Branch

The National Taiwan Museum was established in 1908. The museum was formerly known as the Taiwan Governor Museum in Taiwan. It is the oldest museum in Taiwan and features natural history collections.

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The permanent exhibition of the Natural History Branch of National Taiwan Museum is “Walking within Skeletons: "Dinosaurs coming!”. From fossil records, it reveals the mystery of the evolution of life on earth, and the effort and changes the early life made to adapt to the harsh environment of the early formation of the earth.

“Story of the Land Bank of Taiwan” uses the treasury and the second-floor exhibition area of the old head office of Taiwan Land Bank (the old building of Kangyo Bank Taipei Branch) to display the bank account books, loan number plates, staff manuals, and land surveys from the early days of the bank’s Instruments, land reform historical records, land physical bonds, commons release manuals, financial affairs machines and other rare and precious cultural relics and historical materials. People who come to visit the Taiwan Land Bank History Museum can not only gain insights into the history of the Taiwan Land Bank but explore the historical context of Taiwan's modern financial development, land reform, national construction, and economic growth.

Address No. 25, Xiangyang Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Phone 02-23142699
Remark ⮚Hours: Tue.-Sun. 09:30~17:00 (no admission 30 minutes before closed)
⮚Closed on Mondays, Chinese New Year’s Eve and the first day of Chinese New Year; open on national holidays and long holidays.


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