Admission

 

 

Opening Hours

  • 《The Future Life, Future You – Digital, Machine and Cyborgs》TUE-SUN 10:00-18:00,closed on Mondays)
  • 《Manifestation – Tak-Leong Kou Solo Exhibition》MON-FRI 10:00-17:00, closed on weekends and national holidays.* (Outdoor on view till 2023.02.12)

 

Tickets

Admission

Applicable to

Notice

General

100$

Gerneral Audiences

MOT Café (museum branch) offers 50% off on the second item (drink)  you purchased by showing priced tickets.

Concessions

80$

  1. Students
  2. Seniors 65 and above
  3. Group of 10 or more
  4. Eslite Member cardholder
  5. National Theater & Concert Hall cardholder

Free

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  1. People with disabilities and one guardian or companion
  2. Children 12 and under
  3. Residents of Changlong Vil., Pitou Vil., Minhui Vil., and Cheng’an Vil.
  4. Student Day on Wednesday
  5. Teacher leads student groups to visit (over 10 students)
  6. Member of ICOM  / Chinese Association of Museums
  7. Communities of Ming Rih Bo 
  8. With hotel room card of Miramar Garden Taipei and Hotel Gracery
  9. MOT CLUB cardholder 
  • Last entry 17:30

 

 

Visiting Notice

To ensure your visit quality and safety, please read these reminders and follow the staff instructions:

  1. To protect your safety and the exhibitions, check larger items (over 20*30*20 cm), such as large luggage, long umbrellas, or suitcases, strollers at the information desk or coin lockers. If you need small bags for your cash and valuables, please contact the information desk.
  2. Children (aged 0 – 12) enjoy free admission and require the companion of at least 1 adult with admission ticket. Each adult is allowed to accompany 2 children at most. Parents or guardians are asked to accompany their children throughout the visit. (Relevant identifications are required. Children without identifications may get free admission if they are measured under 90 cm in height, otherwise admission by ticket only. The age of each child is calculated on the date of visit in years from birth.)
  3. Photography is allowed, but no flashlights, tripods, selfie sticks, or videography. To protect intellectual property and copyrights, commercial photography please apply in advance.
  4. Please watch your steps and slow down your pace while visiting. Please do not step over some exhibits, in order to avoid personal injury and damage to the exhibits. Some interactive artworks may require guidance from the staff. If any damage to the works is caused, relevant responsibility will be borne.
  5. For optimal visitor experiences, please refrain from touching exhibits, raising voices, running, or sitting on the floor. Switch your phones to silent or vibration mode.
  6. No food, smoking, gums, betel nuts, illicit items, or dangerous objects.
  7. No pets, except for guide dogs.
  8. Information desk provides pencils if needed. Other stationaries are not allowed.
  9. If visitors need to leave temporarily, please ask for a stamp on the back of hand at information desk, and reenter with valid tickets on the same day.
  10. The museum may be closed for construction works, pandemic measure, or other extraordinary incidents. The latest information is updated on museum website.
  11. Addition notices may be announcement on site. Thanks for your cooperation, and apology to any inconvenience caused.
  12. For other personal items left at the Museum or prohibited by the Museum, please see Museum personnel for guidance.