Miniatures Museum of Taiwan – Visitors Guide

Important Information

HoursTuesday–Sunday: 10 AM–6 PM
Monday: Closed
Admission PriceAdults: NT$250
Concession: NT$200
Children: NT$150
Concession/Elder: NT$125
Avg. Time Spent Here1 hr.
Dress CodeNo
Address10489, Taipei City, Zhongshan District, Section 1, Jianguo N Rd, 96號B1
Address (Chinese)10489 台北市中山區建國北路一段96號B1
Chinese Name袖珍博物館
Included in Taipei Fun Pass?Yes

The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan showcases intricate, scaled-down models of houses and scenes. It’s in Taipei, Taiwan. As the largest museum of its kind in Asia, it offers detailed exhibits. Fans of art, architecture, and miniatures will enjoy this unique experience.

A photo of the exterior of the Miniatures Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.

How to Get There

Take the Taipei MRT Orange or Green line trains to Songjang Nanjing Station. Upon arrival, leave from Exit 4 and make your way toward Section 2, Nanjing E Rd. Turn right on this road and continue straight until reaching Section 2, Jianguo N Rd.

Continue down this road until seeing Taishin Bank. From there, the Miniatures Museum will sit within this area.

What to do

There’s not much else to do here other than view the exhibits. Despite this, I highly recommend visiting—though, I’m not the biggest fan of miniatures.

It’s one of its kind, doesn’t require much of a time investment, and doesn’t cost much to enter.