The Taipei Museum of History is a few minutes away from the Presidential Palace. It contains many authentic treasures, including bronzes, paintings, paintings, ceramics and various jades. Of course, the most famous one is the official's treasure, jadeite cabbage, which is really exquisite.
Once upon a time, the Post Museum went straight ahead and could be reached in 15 minutes. Tickets are NT$40 (RMB 8). If you hold a youth card or student card, you can get a half-price discount. The Pavilion is a red building with four floors, each of which is a collection of different themes. Every time, there will be a theme exhibition. Nice's staff at the entrance will show us the brochure.
It's worth visiting. First of all, the outside buildings are special, the surrounding greening is great, and the objects in the museum are lingering. If you have time, you'd better spend a whole day visiting. Many antiques have never been seen. They are all valuable treasures.
Located in the Botanical Garden on Nanhai Road, the History Museum is a public museum mainly collecting and displaying cultural relics of the Central Plains besides the Palace Museum in Taipei. The classical Chinese architecture with green tiles, white walls and red pillars combines Ming and Qing styles and is elegant and magnificent. Nearly 50,000 items are collected in the museum, mainly from the Henan Museum's cultural relics relocated to Taiwan and the antiquities returned by Japan after the war. Including bronzes unearthed in Anyang, rope-shaped pottery unearthed in Luoyang, and Tang tri-colored pottery unearthed in the Six Dynasties. Donations from government agencies and private collectors have enriched the museum's exhibits.