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We took my boys 10 and 8 there last week. It is not a large museum but it is well set up and has a reasonable amount of English translations. There are also English translations on boards that you can carry around each zone that...More
This was a nice attempt at a military museum. It's a short walk from the Ximen MRT station (Exit 2). It may tell the story of the ROC military very well, but it's in Mandarin. Not many of the descriptions have English. There is a...More
Those of you who like looking at military hardware will really like this. For the rest, it is still a fascinating look at the slightly biased historical accounts. The highlight for me was the chance to hold military equipment and fire.
This Free museum in the downtown area traces the modern military history of the modern China/Taiwan republic thru the 20th century. I am a pretty avid military buff and spent a little over 2 hours here. 2-3 floors of displays with lots of info panels,...More
We were taken to this museum by a friend who lives in Taipei. He knew my son (13) has an interest in history and military and it was a perfect escape from the August heat. My friend truly enjoyed it as it was his first...More
The ONLY good thing about this museum is it happens to be free. Even if there were information in English - which there isn't - there is very little to see. It is a bunch of replicas and models of war machinery, and a few...More
Pleasant surprise. It was like walking through modern China history. The exhibits were interesting and better than I had expected. You may even meet old soldiers reminiscing their past and delighted to chit-chat with you.
Very good for an history-idiot like me.