NTU History Gallery
NTU Museum of Anthropology
NTU Geo-specimen Cottage
NTU Heritage Hall of Physics
NTU Insect Museum
NTU Agricultural Exhibition Hall
NTU Museum of Zoology
NTU Museum of Medical Humanities
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Driven by their intense passion for science, a group of youngsters once sat in the Nuclear Physics Laboratory at NTU Building No. 2 with their noses deep in research as they tried to unravel the mysteries of the universe. Even at a time plagued by resource scarcity, these researchers did not stop from carrying out cutting-edge nuclear experiments and making history by performing the first nuclear collision experiment in Asia. The story of how these researchers produced stellar results during such trying times is reflected in the exhibitions at the NTU Heritage Hall of Physics.
Opening Hours: 9:00-12:00; 13:00-16:30 (Tuesday to Sunday);
closed on Mondays and national holidays
Tel: +886-2-3366-55722 of 11 Founded in 1929, the NTU Herbarium has been the stronghold for the research and collection of flora specimen both locally and regionally, specifically from neighboring areas like Southern China, the Pacific Islands, and Southeast Asia. The Herbarium boasts a collection of more than 280,000 specimens, accounting for more than 95% of vascular plant species found in Taiwan. Additionally, the Herbarium also has a valuable collection of 1,200 type specimens. What is a type specimen, you may ask? Well, a visit will surely help you find out the answer! Opening Hours: 10:00-12:00; 13:00-16:00, Monday to Sunday; closed on Tuesdays and public holidays Tel: +886-2-3366-2463 ext. 12 3 of 11
Did you know that Pacific oysters and thousand-year-old trees in Taiwan bore witness to the evolution of the Taipei basin? Are you interested to find out how the rocks on this island shed light on Taiwan’s development through the years? Or are you keen on feasting your eyes on architecture built during the period of Japanese rule? Well, wait no longer and come visit the NTU Geo-specimen Cottage!
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00-12:00; 13:00-17:00
closed on Mondays and national holidays
Tel: +886-2-3366-29504 of 11
The NTU Department of Anthropology, since its days as the Institute of Ethnology at Taihoku Imperial University (the predecessor of NTU), has been dedicated to the research of prehistoric Taiwan and its indigenous cultures. The NTU Museum of Anthropology is home to a sizable collection of artifacts discovered through archeological excavations and ethnographic fieldwork. Come on in to find out more about prehistoric Taiwan and its indigenous communities!
Opening Hours: 10:00-16:00 (Monday to Friday); 09:00-17:00 (Saturday);
closed on Tuesdays, Sundays, and national holidays
Tel: +886-2-3366-49965 of 11 The NTU Archives has been home to records of the University’s academic developments since 1945, chronicling the endeavors and achievements of our students and faculty members. During its relocation to the Shuiyuan Campus in August 2007, the NTU Archives welcomed a new exhibition room, and has since witnessed efforts to save official documents from a lifetime on the shelf. Here, you can see archives being transformed into historical memorabilia. By integrating professional preservation techniques with digital information technology in a bid to steer away from traditional archiving, the NTU Archives further allows for a multi-faceted understanding of the University’s history. Opening Hours: 10:00-16:00, Monday to Friday; closed on weekends and public holidays Tel: +886-2-3366-9709 6 of 11
Are you fascinated by creepy-crawlies of all shapes and sizes? Do you want to learn more about the world’s biggest beetle, the noisiest insect, or the deadliest bug? Or do you simply want to understand how insects impact humanity? Whichever the case, the NTU Insect Museum has an answer for you!
Opening Hours: 10:00-12:00; 13:00-16:00 (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday);
closed on national holidays
(Collection Room is not open to the public but scientists only)
Tel: +886-2-3366-59017 of 11 The NTU History Gallery is located on the second floor of NTU’s Old Main Library Building, at the site of its previous central reading room. The building itself was built in 1929 and is recognized by the Taipei City Government as a heritage site. Exhibition themes of the NTU History Gallery include The NTU Spirit; Important Events; University Milestones and Achievements; Caring for the Society; Campus Life, Evolution of the University Campus, etc. There, visitors are in for a trip down memory lane, where they can explore a brief history of the University, admire the portraits of NTU’s Presidents through the years, and even listen to the old University anthem which was never made public till now. Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00, Monday to Sunday; closed on Tuesdays and national holidays Tel: +886-2-3366-3818 8 of 11
Agriculture can be understood in many ways – it is, at its core, an industry that drives human living because it brings food to the table. Yet it also plays a role in environmental conservation, and boasts a trove of cultural treasures waiting to be discovered. The NTU Agricultural Exhibition Hall was established to bring attention to domestic agricultural developments. It has since become the best place for students and faculty members to gain deeper insight into the present conditions of the agriculture industry in Taiwan, and to learn about future developments awaiting the local agricultural scene. There is no doubt that this will promote further advancements in the industry and benefit us all.
Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00, Monday to Saturday;
closed on Sundays and national holidays
Tel: +886-2-3366-39729 of 11 On the NTU Museum of Zoology’s official website, you will find intriguing facts about mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and even earthworms! But if you’d like to hear the Taiwan barbet singing, or understand how animal cries are influenced by their surroundings, head down to the NTU Museum of Zoology to find out more! Opening Hours: 10:30-16:30, Monday to Sunday; closed on public holidays Tel: +886-2-3366-2450 (on weekdays); (02)3366-2444 (on holidays) 10 of 11
The conservation and restoration of NTU’s Museum of Medical Humanities was undertaken with the goal of honoring the humanistic spirit in this age-old building, and highlighting the important historical value of medical science development in Taiwan. Since its establishment, NTU’s Museum of Medical Humanities has served as the center for medical humanities education and exhibition of medical artifacts, as well as the social hub for alumni, faculty members, and students alike, in the hopes of inspiring future students in generations to come.
Opening Hours: 9:30-12:00; 13:30-16:30, Monday to Friday;
closed on weekends and public holidays
Tel: +886-2-2312-3456 ext. 6218811 of 11