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Museum207 迪化二O七博物館

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4.5 24 Reviews

Friday:10:00 - 17:00




Museum207 is located at No. 207, Section 1, Dihua Street, Taipei. Constructed in 1962,the ownership of this building changed hands several times after its sale by the original owners in 2006.The building was designated a "Historic Building" by the Taipei City Government in 2009.

It was acquired by Ms. K.C. Chen in 2016. Ms. Chen was the founder and sponsor of Taipei Story House from 2003-2015, being the first individual person to sponsor the preservation and revival of a heritage site in Taiwan.

On April 15, 2017, as an initiative to promote the preservation and revival of heritage buildings in Taiwan, Ms. K.C. Chen founded museum 207 in this historic area of Taipei.

Through her sponsorship of the museum's operation and its diversified cultural activities, it is hoped that the revival of this beautiful old building will inspire visitors to cherish heritage buildings as well as the rich cultural history of Taiwan.


Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
No. 207, Sec. 1, Dihua St, Datong Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday 10:00 - 17:30
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday Off day
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:30


Nearby MRT

O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Daqiaotou

O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Taipei Bridge

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  • Hiroshi317

    Yokohama, Japón

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    En pareja

    Good place to learn history


    This museum is free to visit. You must visit here when you go Dadaochen or Dihuajie. When we visit there has special exhibition about traditional door and window. They decorated there with fine and technical art. Delicate work was influenced by Japan but lattice work was grown here I think. And you go up rooftop you can see beautiful orange roofs and narrow streets at Dadaochen.
  • KoalaViaggio

    Taipéi, Taiwán

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    En solitario

    A good place to know local life and culture


    Museum 207 is located in an old house, built in 1962 in Dihua Street, the famous street in Taipei, where you can visit temple, Chinese medicine store, tea shop, Taiwanese grocery store...etc. In 2017, it was transformed as a local community museum, called Museum 207, which told local stories through exhibitions of different themes. If you want to know more the local life and culture of Taiwan, I strongly recommend this place. You can visit this small museum easily by taking the Taipei MRT to Daquiotou and walk to the direction to Dihua Street Section 1 for around 10 minutes from the exit No.1 fomr the Daquiotou Station of Taipei MRT
  • WeiQi_Leong

    Singapur, Singapur

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    En solitario

    Interesting museum with volunteer guides


    The museum was a pleasant surprise and was especially interesting due to the lively guidance from the volunteers. The museum is located in Dadaocheng, an important trading port during the 19th century, along Dihua Street which is the oldest street in Taipei (with certain sections having been around since the 17th century). As such, the architecture in the region is being preserved and you will be able to have a panoramic view of these buildings and a glimpse of the Tamsui River from the roof of this museum. The exhibitions change regularly but generally relate to the history and culture of the region. I definitely recommend engaging one of the volunteers to understand more - they are very well versed. The museum is accessible from the Daqiaotou Metro Station (about 10 minutes on foot) and admission is 100% free! Just remember not to come on Tuesdays because the museum would be closed.

    Taipéi, Taiwán



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