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Chungshan hall is one of Taipei city historic sites. Due to the equipment maintenance and the limits of manpower, we don’t open to visitors without reservations.
There are four scheduled opening hours daily (09:00、10:30、13:30、15:00) and one-hour tour service is available.
Scheduled close dates will be announced on our website, please check in advance for your visit.
Please book a reservation 2 weeks before your visit. You can make the reservation through our website or by call. We’ll do our best to arrange your tour.
Yes, individual visitors can purchase the ticket and visit during our opening hours. We would like to offer the best service and look forward to seeing you in Chungshan hall.
General Admission: NT$ 80 (Adults)
Discount Admission: NT$60
  • Group of 10 or more
  • Students, Soldiers and Police officers (relevant documents required)
Free Admission: (R.O.C citizens only)
  • Physically or mentally disabled persons and one guardian each (relevant document required)
  • Children under 6 (ID identification required)
  • Seniors over 65 (ID identification required)
  • Civil servant observation visit (Official approval required)
  • Senior Volunteers (Valid credential required)
  • Visitors that are allowed to enter without admission fee according to other relevant laws and regulations.
The tour lasts about 1 hour.
Yes, you can. However, please don’t use flashlight for protection of our exhibits.
There is one parking lot in the front of the library. However, we are not responsible for any loss or damage to any vehicle or its contents.
No. Accommodation and dining are not available for now. You can check dining information around the area on Department of Information and Tourism of Taipei City Government- Travel Taipei Website. (Website:  http://new.travel.taipei/)
If your item was lost in the building, you can contact our security unit at (02)2861-6160. We’ll be happy to help you.
Chungshan hall is close to Yangmingshan National Park. It’s convenient for you to visit attractions such as Flower Clock, Yangmingshuwu, Grass Mountain Chateau, and Jhuzihu from Chungshan hall. Related recreation information can be found at Yangmingshan National Park Headquarters. ( Website: http://www.ymsnp.gov.tw/)
Consecutive Holidays (including Weekends) Yande Blvd. Traffic Control Notice:
Uphill Traffic Control:
The time for uphill traffic control is from 8 AM to 3 PM. The checkpoint for uphill traffic will be established at the intersection of Yangde Blvd. and Zhicheng Rd. (a.k.a. the entrance of Fuxing Bridge) by Police department of Taipei City Government. Vehicles (excluding taxis, trucks, and shuttle buses) won’t be able to enter Yangde Blvd.
Downhill Traffic Control:
The time for downhill traffic control is from 2 PM to 6 PM0. Police department of Taipei City Government will establish the check point at the intersection in front of “Teacher’s Center of Research and Study”. Vehicles (excluding taxis, trucks and shuttle buses) need to change their route downhill.
Flower Season in Yangmingshan: Transportation department of Taipei City Government will arrange additional traffic control measures on Yangde Blvd. Please check related information on the website of Transportation department of Taipei City Government: http://ww.dot.gov.taipei/
(Material Origin: Website of Transportation department of Taipei City Government)
No smoking or pets (excluding guide dogs) allowed in the building. 
Except on rental days of 3rd Floor State Banquet Hall or other specific activities, food and drinks are prohibited.
Please follow the tour guide at all time during your visit. To avoid missing any wonderful tour, do not walk around individually.
Please keep your voice low in the building. No running or playing in the building. Do not walk in the unopened area or touch exhibits.
If you need any help, please contact us during our office hours at (02)2861-6391. During closing time or holidays, please call (02)2861-6160. We’ll be happy to assist you.