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Miniatures Museum of Taiwan, Taipei

(4.2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Feel like a giant as you explore Miniatures Museum of Taiwan. Inside the museum, you’ll find a whimsical miniature world full of replica castles, chalets, and villages, as well as replicas of both Eastern and Western-style houses. The doll-house size versions of classic children’s novels create wonderful scenes for children and adults alike. Gaze inside the collection of 200 miniature structures to discover a whole world of intricate wooden creations. The attention to detail offers great interest for the whole family. For Miniatures Museum of Taiwan and beyond, use our Taipei trip builder to get the most from your Taipei vacation.
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  • I was not interested, but I went at the request of children like miniature was seen twice around did. Motorhome before because once in the toilets, chairs, eating and drinking are prohibited. Even though you can to watch closely because you can re-enter. You can also order snacks, such as resting partly coffee and toast in a seat at the table in one corner of the shop. From June admission 200 exhibits is up to the original, but still enough is impressive I think.
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  • Miniature Museum is really well made. Adults and children can enjoy. Puppet (was more than an hour), diorama, cars, and a variety of genres. I'm going to rely on google's entrance is a little hard to understand, but okay
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  • Hidden in a basement of an office building, you wouldn't know it's there unless you went looking for it. But inside is an incredible collection of miniatures, dollhouses, and figurines. Many intricate...  more »
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  • Awesome. Hidden in the basement of a office building, the Miniatures. Museum of Taiwan is partially hidden. The exhibits are very detailed and come from artists all around the world. Each exhibition is accompanied by a Chinese and English explanation. The museum allows the visitor to travel the world and learn about world cultures without leaving the air-conditioned room in Taipei. The museum also sells a $20 passport for collecting stamps located throughout the museum (a great buy). The stamps are also high quality and beautiful. The passport also includes a mini scavenger hunt. Overall, the museum is great. I personally love the $10 扭蛋 machine outside that sells country flag pins.
  • It's a decent space in the B1 level. While $180NT isn't cheap compared to other Taipei museums this is a must see for people who like miniatures such as myself. The details are exquisite and the scenes are very well laid out. It will take about 1-2 hours if you look at every exhibit. Absolutely love it!
  • I was enchanted by the atmosphere - there are whole building, interiors and scenes. Showing different architectural styles, times and places. Great experience if you can appreciate the details. Also provides good wifi and has a big gift shop with little cafe.
  • Loved it. Really amazing. Has entry fee. Also has shop inside where you can buy items to make your own miniature homes.
  • Very elaborate exhibits and all things miniature, including what the museum claims is the world's smallest television set. I visited in the summer, and it's not only a good place to get away from the heat, but also a place to visit if you plan to take things a little slow and enjoy the detail in the exhibits. There's a gift shop here if you'd like to take away some memories of your visit here.