Miniatures Museum of Taiwan 袖珍博物館, MMOT

Miniatures Museum of Taiwan
Xiùzhēn Bówùguǎn
Why Should I Go?

A showcase of one-of-a-kind treasures from miniature artisans, the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan guides travellers through various locales such as Buckingham Palace (at one-twelfth scale of course!) and other famous European destinations, as well as other street and local scenes from destinations worldwide.

The following exhibitions are on display: Rose Mansion, A Street Scene, Going On Tour, Ting Ting's Room, Gentleman's Heaver, Jack & Beanstalk, Miniature Accessory, Gulliver's Travel, Classic Cars, Faded Glory, English Castle, Thunder River, Traditional Shops in Japan, Buckingham Palace, as well as a special exhibition room and museum shop.

Some unique pieces include a 1CM tall whiskey bottle, a functioning TV smaller than the size of postage stamp, and a chandelier with 40 bulbs only the size of a grain of rice, as well as a large and diverse collection of miniature buildings, room-boxes, furniture, and accessories.

How to Get There?
What Else?

Adult admission costs NT$180.
Youth under 18 years, senior over 65 years admission costs NT$150.
Children under 110cm or 6-12 years old admission costs NT$100.

Opening Hours
Tuesday - Sunday:
10:00 am-6:00 pm