I have heard about this museum on previous visits to Taipei, but never had time to visit. The subject matter didn’t really interest me. I have seen dollhouses before with miniature furniture, but I was pleasantly surprised by this museum.
|Look for this small sign outside|
|The office building entrance. Enter here.|
|Another sign outside pointing to the museum.|
|Take stairs or the elevator down to the museum.|
The museum is in an unlikely place in an office building. Follow your Google Maps directions and when you find the building, head downstairs. The security guard will direct you.
|Many different displays.|
|Walking the plank!|
Pay the entrance fee then head into the museum. What really surprised me was the number of “settings.” I used the word “settings” instead of dollhouses because there are more than just dollhouses. There are castles, miniature replicas of old buildings, and of course dollhouses.
|"Oriental" room designed by a Westerner.|
It was fun looking at all the detail of the little objects in the settings. Overall, it is a nice place to visit on a rainy or hot day. The nearest MRT station is Songjian-Nanjing.Facebook: AllAboardTaiwan
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