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Evergreen Maritime Museum 長榮海事博物館

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Thursday:09:00 - 17:00




Located on the 1st to 5th floors of the Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation building, Evergreen Maritime Museum is a museum featuring maritime collections. The museum holds precious antiques collected from around the world by the founder of the Evergreen Group, Chang Yung-Fa over many decades. The collections include various model boats, maritime paintings, nautical equipment, etc. In an attempt to incorporate education into fun with the exhibitions, the museum hopes to act as a bridge between maritime history, art and technology for people. The museum is situated in a central location in Taipei City, covered by the MRT and multiple lines of buses in the neighborhood. This access-free facility is spacious and comfortable, and also features a café, access-free toilets, water dispensers, lactation rooms, ATM, and free small luggage lockers.


Art and Cultural Centers
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
No.11, Chungshan S. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
Monday Off day
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00

Services & Facilities

  • Venue rental
  • Toilets


Nearby MRT

R Tamsui-Xinyi Line NTU Hospital

R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

BL Bannan Line Shandao Temple

R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Taipei Main Station

G Songshan-Xindian Line Xiaonanmen


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  2. 14 Couples
  3. 28 Solo
  4. 5 Business
  5. 7 Friends
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    CVelebrating Taiwan's links to the ocean


    Taiwan is an island nation. It is surrouned by sea. This museum aims to improve visitors' knowledge of Taiwan's maritime heritage. It also has many exhibits connected with seagoing enterprises around the world. The museum is a place to discover the history of boats and ships. Anyone with an interest in seafaring will find the Evergreen Maritime Museum highly interesting.
  • liucy752

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    A good museum, but not a must visit.


    A museum showing knowledge and art of boats and ships. The exhibitions include maritime history, boat and ship models, marine paintings, maritime of Taiwan, and science and technology of sailing. The models are excellent, while the paintings are average. The museum is suitable for kids, students, and local ship and sailing lovers. However it is not a must for foreign visitors.
  • 619je

    Keysborough, Australia

    See some old ships


    Eveergreen is one of Taiwan's biggest shipping companies. The museum is on the ground floor, if you are interested in ships, you will like it. The museum is adjacent to the CKS Memorial Hall.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Getting a good feel for maritime history


    There are not a lot of boats here, but they are interesting. The full-sized canoe, built by Taiwan's Aborigines, is outstanding, as is the Arab Dhow. Admiral Zheng He is China's most famous mariner, there's a model of his treasure ship. The Museum is adjacent to the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. There's a cafe and a gift shop. The Museum is closed on Mondays.
  • Wojo79

    Chicago, Illinois

    Cool museum


    It was by far the most expensive museum that I've been to in TaiPei (even though it was only around 7 USD). They explained to me that it was a private museum. If you like ships it is for you. 5 floors of maritime exhibits. I believe there is easily over 100 models of ships from all the times. There are also real size boats from Asia. Nice, new AC building.

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