National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

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  • Phone:+886 4 2372 3552
  • Address:No.2, Sec. 1, Wuquan W. Rd., West Dist., Taichung City 40359, Taiwan View on Map
National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts opened in 1988, based on land over 102000 square meters large, and it is currently the largest fine arts museum around in Asia. The outer appearance of architecture is constructed using natural stone in modern style. The large lawn in the background helps it avoid being too sharp in look. The first and second floors of the museum are organized to be the special exhibition zone, while the third floor is settled as the regular exhibition zone. The most popular site of the museum is the large outdoor lawn, you can often see groups of people picnicking and resting on the grass.

Aside from museum itself, a lot of unique shops and restaurants are open in the neighbouring area. Slow down your pace, relax yourself, and enjoy the delicate atmosphere in and around the museum.
For information of current exhibition, please refer to the museum's official site:


Opening Hours
Tuesday to Thursday & Sunday 09:00-17:00
Friday to Saturday 09:00-18:00
Monday closed

Ticket & Guide

Guide Information
1.Guided tours start at 10:30 and 14:30 (Tuesday- Sunday)
2.Reserved guided tours are also available for groups of 15 or more people.
School/institutional tours available for 15 or more persons; please see website or contact the Information Desk. Reservations can be made via the Museum website 2 weeks in advance. The guided tour extension is 327.
3.Viewers can use Wi-Fi Phones provided by the NTMOFA to access the Museums wireless digital audio tour service. To use the service, the user needs to fill out an application form and show the ID card at the reception desk by the main entrance of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.
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Nat'l Hwy 1 → Exit at the Taichung Interchange → Sec. 3 to Sec. 1, Taichung Port Rd. → Sec. 1, Meicun Rd. → Sec. 1, Wuquan W. Rd.
TRA Taichung Station → Taichung City Bus (No. 71, 75, or 89) to National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts