Miniature Museum, Taipei

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    by liemel225
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    Tiny Design Wonders

    by liemel225 Updated Dec 23, 2011

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    Spending a few hours at the 袖珍博物館 Miniature Museum of Taiwan brought out the kid in me. Entering the room i was welcomed by a huge dollhouse and best of all it's fully furnished!

    The Rose Mansion is the museum's famed collection. Aside from that look out for one of the world's smallest tv. The devotion to details is amazing.

    Museum Hours
    Tue~Sun 10:00~18:00 (Last Admittance 17:00)
    Closed Mondays, Two Days before Chinese New Year
    Open Chinese New Tear Day

    Adults $180
    Concession (Students, Seniors, Handicapped) $150
    Children (Over 110cm and up to Elementary Students) $100
    10% discount for groups over 20

    Bus Routes
    • NanJing JianGuo Intersection
    46 254 266 279 282 288 292 306 307 311red 311green 604 652 668 672

    • ChungShan High School
    41 52 202 203 276 298

    • NanJing Sunjiang Intersection
    5 41 59 72 203 214 222 226 280 290 505 527 624

    By Car & Parking
    • North to South---Sun Yat Sen Freewa y → Sungchiang Interchange → JianGuo N. Rd. → MinChuan e. Rd. Exit → JianGuo N. Rd. (Pass NanKing E. Rd. and turn left to Parking Lot)
    • South to North--- JianGuo N. Rd. → ChangAn E. Rd. Exit( Pass ChangAn E. Rd. and turn left to Parking Lot)

    By Train & Rapid Transit
    ◎ Taipei Main station : Change to Bus Route 307 , 527 to NanJing JianGuo Intersection

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    • Family Travel
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    Mininature Museum

    by yukisanto Updated Jul 13, 2006

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    Direction wise: We took a cab from Ximen to there, which cost us NT180 and 10-15min ride.
    It's at the basement of the building, (sidetrack: there's no signal line for my cellphone). Its Chinese name is called Xiu Zhen Bo Wu Guan.

    Opens from tue-sun, 10am onwards. Don't know what time it closes. Entrance fee is around NT150. But if you use the green tourist pass book, there's a discount coupon there, so we paid NT144. Erm, not alot of savings, but still...

    Oh, go get the museum passport at the counter; you can stamp the booklet at the various exhibits. I think it's free. You can take pictures in the museum, as long as there is no flash (flash's not allowed)

    You see mainly minature dolls and houses here. Exquisite details of the rooms. Look out for the room with the 'ghostly' phantom of the opera who appears in the mirror.

    Dinning room of the palace Entrance to the museum History of the museum
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    Window on China

    by vincentf Written May 22, 2003

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    This is a theme park dedicated to major landmarks on both Taiwan and China all in a miniature scale.

    Window on China
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    • Theme Park Trips
    • Family Travel

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