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List of museums in Taiwan


List of museums in Taiwan

National Taiwan Museum in Taipei, Taiwan's oldest museum built in 1908.

This is a list of museums in the Republic of China (Taiwan), including cultural centers and Arts centre.


  • Taipei City 1
  • New Taipei City 2
  • Taichung City 3
  • Tainan City 4
  • Kaohsiung City 5
  • Chiayi City 6
  • Hsinchu City 7
  • Keelung City 8
  • Changhua County 9
  • Chiayi County 10
  • Hsinchu County 11
  • Hualien County 12
  • Kinmen County 13
  • Lienchiang County 14
  • Miaoli County 15
  • Nantou County 16
  • Penghu County 17
  • Pingtung County 18
  • Taitung County 19
  • Taoyuan County 20
  • Yilan County 21
  • Yunlin County 22
  • Closed museums 23
  • See also 24
  • External links 25

Taipei City

New Taipei City

Taichung City

Tainan City

Kaohsiung City

Chiayi City

Hsinchu City

Keelung City

Changhua County

Chiayi County

Hsinchu County

Hualien County

Kinmen County

Lienchiang County

Miaoli County

Nantou County

Penghu County

Pingtung County

Taitung County

Taoyuan County

Yilan County

Yunlin County

Closed museums

See also

External links

  • Taiwan Museum (English)
  • Local Cultural Museum (English)
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