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“another museum nearby”

2-28 Memorial Museum
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US$110.00*
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Private Custom Tour: Taipei in a Day
Ranked #52 of 569 things to do in Taipei
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 26 June 2014

Worth a visit. There are 2 museums here. And a park. The other meseum is excellent. I enjoyed my visit there at both museums. NT20 tickets are cheap!

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Reviewed 20 June 2014

A fairly park, good for rest for sore legs, nothing special. there few cafe and restaurants around, easy to access public transportation.

Thank linyuan
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Reviewed 29 April 2014

nothing special there, no need to waste time to purposely visit the place all the way from somewhere else and especially if you have limited time.

Thank Skyyep
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Reviewed 16 March 2014

I read a review from a fellow traveller that recommended this museum to provide a sobering background on Taiwan history. This museum is mainly about the history after the Japanese left and the problems associated adjusting to a new political and social regime from around 1947. While it appeared to be a very open account and gave an excellent account of problems at this time, we were left with questions about Chiang Kai Shek's view of democracy and needed to resolve these issues by further
At the entrance there is a pamphlet in English which provides an excellent account of this period and there is also an audio guide in other languages, including English. We read the pamphlet before walking around the exhibits as most of the explanations are only in Chinese. however, most of the exhibits also provided English titles and there were larger English information boards at regular intervals.

5  Thank mayaPerth
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Reviewed 27 December 2013

This was a great museum as 2-28 is something that you would probably never know about unless you actually researched into Taiwanese history. The museum did a great job presenting this event in a very interesting manner. The biggest gripe I had with this place was that there were VERY LITTLE sections that were in English. If you come here and can't read Mandarin, ask the information counter for a free AUDIO TOUR. I almost finished the museum when I realized there was an audio tour so I did it again and it was much much better.

5  Thank hellorichardpham
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