Because of special exhibition updates and internal repairs, Armed Forces Museum will be closed from March 28th to July 3rd, 2020.
We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.
1.Please cooperate with body temperature measurement before entering. Those with temperature above 37.5℃ are forbidden to enter.
2.Alcohol sprayer is provided at the entrance for use. Please sterilize before entering the museum and wear masks.
3.Please fill out the registration form including your name, contact information, time of entry and exit, and travel history.
4.Only one gateway is available for entry and exit.
5.If you have any symptoms such as fever, cough, you may inform the attendants at the information desk. They will help call the toll-free hotline 1922 (or 0800-001922).
To strengthen epidemic prevention, the museum is scheduled to be fully disinfected on February 10 (Monday) and will not be open to the public.
To prevent the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) from spreading, please follow the instructions below:
1. Please cooperate with temperature measurement and alcohol disinfection service when entering the museum.
2. Please wear a mask before entering the museum, and wear the mask all the way. (Those who do not wear masks are not allowed to visit.)
3. Please do not enter the museum if you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc. If you feel unwell during the visit, you may inform the attendants at the information desk, they will help you call the toll-free hotline 1922 (or 0800-001922).
It will not be open to the public from January 22 to 29 during the Chinese New Year.
The Armed Forces Museum mainly displays tangible objects and related photo images, it is not a historical materials archive collection unit. Before 1949, the national army archives occupation was handed over to the National Archives Administration, the National Development Council of the Executive Yuan. Other files are available on the Ministry of National Defense website “Serving for the People - National Army Archives Application Service Area - National Army History and Administration video Archives System” Enquiry (Occupation Management Unit: Office of the Ministry of National Defense Document department).
1. The opening hours of the Armed Forces Museum is from Monday to Friday and every Saturday of the first, third and fifth week of the month from 0900 to 1600.
2. The Armed Forces Museum will not be open on Sundays, national holidays and when the Executive Branch calls off work (such as during typhoons). The Museum shall cease to be open on work days during the Spring Festival Holidays when the Executive Branch calls off work announced by the Directorate-General of Personnel Administration of the Executive Yuan; the Museum will be closed on Armed Forces Day or on amendment holidays; if the National Holidays are adjusted by the Directorate-General of Personnel Administration of the Executive Yuan as flexible holidays, the Museum will also be closed on flexible holidays.
3. The Armed Forces Museum will be closed during the unloading operations or internal construction and maintenance of the Museum, and the reopening time will be announced on the official website.