National Taiwan Museum & 228 Memorial Park Overview
Pay your homage to the February 28 Incident victims by visiting the National Taiwan Museum & 228 Memorial Park. Primarily built in 1908 by the Japanese, the park is the first European-style urban park in Taiwan. The park has been built in a traditional style, and it features Japanese gardens and ponds, walking paths, an amphitheater, and arched bridges.

The 228 museum reveals the dark side of Taiwan's history repressed for over thirty years by Taiwan's leaders due to fear of reprisal. It has more than ten thousand artifacts and features a Grecian façade, a domed hall, and an acanthus leaves-embellished pediment.

Location: No.54 Nanhai Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei Taiwan

Timing: 8:30 am- 5:30 pm
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