We designed four themes, “Time travel”, “Nature of Taiwan”,“Grace of the Villages” and “Games of childhood”, which are equipped with audio, visual arts and models to provide a place for children to learn the multi-culture of Taiwan and inspire them while playing games.
A Journey Through Time (10 minutes)
The movie "A Journey through Time" takes children through Taiwan's early history with flashbacks of the modern era, Japanese colonial era, Qing Dynasty, Dutch Formosa, Spanish Formosa, Kingdom of Tungning and prehistoric Taiwan so that children can experience movement through both time and space.
1st show 09:30 a.m.
7th show 1:30 p.m.
2nd show 10:00 a.m.
8th show 2:00 p.m.
3rd show 10:30 a.m.
9th show 2:30 p.m.
4th show 11:00 a.m.
10th show 3:00 p.m.
5th show 11:30 a.m.
11th show 3:30 p.m.
6th show 12:00 p.m.
12th show 4:00 p.m.
32 seats within the train carriage and 1 barrier-free space
the Children's Hall is designed for children. Children under 13 years are given priority to ride the Time Express; each child may be accompanied by at most 2 adults; older children and adults may board the train if there are vacant seats.
- National holidays, winter and summer holidays: Children receive priority and may be accompanied by at most 2 adults.
- Weekdays: Children receive priority and may be accompanied by at most 2 adults; depending on the number of riders, others may also ride the train if there are vacant seats available.
- The Time Express is a replica of an early Taiwan railroad train to original scale. The train carriage moves and shakes according to the film's plot. Pregnant women, those with heart conditions, high blood pressure, spinal injuries, those who have consumed alcohol, and those with motion sickness should avoid riding the train.
- Small wheelchairs and baby strollers can enter the train. If you need to borrow a wheelchair or baby stroller, please register at the Time Station service desk (identification required).
- Screenings of A Journey Through Time may be increased due to holiday crowds.
Go through the Butterfly Pupa Tunnel to the indoor "Fun Taiwan" area. Look up and you'll see a colorful kaleidoscope; walk into the street houses to discover traditional Taiwanese industries. Children can watch theater and listen to stories in the temple square like in the old days; there are also plenty of nostalgic toys. Plenty of exciting programs continue to unfold. Both adults and children can rediscover the surprises, inspiration and hope of Taiwan.
Six Taiwanese friends live in the Children's Hall of the National Museum of Taiwan History. They each come from different backgrounds and are, from left, "Stationmaster Dudu", "Daughter of the Sea Tao Tao", "Guardian of the Mountains Hayon", "Guardian of the Land Niu Bao", "Black Mangrove Fairy Dong Dong" and "Time Traveler Ding Ding ". Do you want to get to know them better? Come to the Children's Hall and look for "My Taiwanese Friends" and travel through space and time and listen to all of the interesting stories that took place in Taiwan!