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Taiwan Classifieds >SPECIAL REPORT > National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
‧Tel 886(04)2372-3552
‧Fax 886(04)2372-1195
‧Open Hours
(Please refer to the introduction below.)

About National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) was founded in 1988. It was temporarily closed for rebuilding in 1999 due to widespread devastation caused by the September 21st earthquake that year, and reopened in July 2004 with a brand new look. The NTMOFA is dedicated to the education and promotion of visual arts. It places great emphasis on collecting works by Taiwanese artists and exploring unique characteristics of modern and contemporary Taiwanese arts. Its aims are: to organize the most diverse range of themed visual art exhibitions, to foster long-term art exchanges with overseas institutions, to actively participate in major international events, to promote art education, and to provide the public with a pleasing and multi-faceted environment for viewing art.

The outdoor courtyard of the Museum comprises a total area of 102,000 square meters (inclusive of the Public Outdoor Sculpture Park), making the NTMOFA the largest art museum in Asia. The NTMOFA main building has three floors and a basement, with a total land area of 37,953 square meters covering an exhibition space of 15,601 square meters. The exhibition area consists of Galleries A to F, the Art street, E-Transit and DigiArk. The first and second floors are devoted to themed exhibitions, the third floor holds a permanent exhibition of the Museum's collection, and the outdoor courtyard is showcases exquisite sculptural works.

The newly-renovated museum building provides an open and friendly educational environment. The newly added Picture Book Area, the Family Room, the Media Art Center, the Media Art Platform, the Teachers' Resource Center and other educational and recreational areas cover a total of 5?319 square meters. During the twenty years since its establishment, the NTMOFA has held close to 900 exhibitions and thousands of related events.

What's Special

‧Recent Exhibitions
1) Viewpoints & Viewing Points - 2009 Asian Art Biennial More
Exhibition Dates: 2009/10/24 ~ 2010/02/28

2) Mind Topology - The Phases of 2009 Korea More
Exhibition Dates: 2009/10/17 ~ 2010/01/10

Weekly Activities

‧「Cloud-Surfing States」 Picture Books Area More


‧Ticket & Hours
1) Museum Hours (Monday: Closed.)
Tuesday to Friday 9:00 ~17:00, (DigiArk: 9:30-16:30)
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 ~18:00(DigiArk: 9:30-17:30)

2)Ticket Prices: Free.

‧Visitor Information
1. Photography, filming, or recording is not available for the protection of the Museum collections; only pencils may be used to take notes in the Museum (visitors may borrow pencils from the Museum).
2. Please turn off your mobile phone when entering the Museum.
3. Plants,pets, food, beverages, stick umbrellas, or toys may not be taken into the Museum.
4. Indoor slippers or undershirts may not be worn in the Museum.
5. Smoking, chewing gum, or the eating of betel nuts, is not available in the Museum.

Traffic Info.


By Car
1)Taichung Harbor Exit → Taijunggang Road → Turn right on Meisuen Road → Reach Intersection at Wu-Chuan West Road → Museum.

2)Nantuen Exit → Wu-Chuan West Road → Reach Intersection at Meitsuen → Museum

By Bus
To reach the museum from the Taichung train station, take either the 59 or 89 bus operated by Renyou; or, 71, Taichung Bus; or, 75, U Bus(Tunglien).

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