View an incredible collection of some 700,000 Chinese artworks and artifacts at the National Palace Museum, Taipei. Then visit the Chiang Kai-shek Shilin Residence and explore the gardens of the former official residence of Chiang Kai-shek and his wife Soong Mei-ling. Admire the beautiful settings as you immerse yourself in its tranquil atmosphere.
• Please note that the Chiang Kai-Shek Shiline Residence is about 3 km away from the National Palace Museum National Palace Museum • The Chang Dai-chi'en Residence at the National Palace Museum requires a reservation made at least a week in advance through the museum website • Discount tickets for ROC citizens, residents, international students, senior citizens, and groups of 10 or more are sold separately • Discount tickets are available to all visitors, sold at the museum, on Historic Monuments Day (Sep 15 & 16) • Entry is free of charge for: visitors aged 0–17; people with disabilities (and one accompanying person); ROC students with a valid ID; ROC citizens aged 65+ (on weekdays); members of the American Alliance of Museums, International Council of Museums, or Chinese Association of Museums; volunteers presenting an approved Honorary Volunteer Service Card • Entry is free of charge on: New Year’s Day (Jan 1), Lantern Festival, International Museum Day (May 18), World Tourism Day (Sep 27), National Day (Oct 10), and Taiwan Culture Day (Oct 17) Chiang Kai-shek Shilin Residence • Due to limited capacity, if the number of current visitors exceeds 100, further visitors that day will be divided into groups with designated entry times • Any adjustment to opening hours will be announced on the official website, please visit the website before planning your visit
This e-ticket bundle combines the National Palace Museum and the Chiang Kai-shek Shilin Residence, two of Taipei’s key cultural attractions. Surrounded by picturesque forested mountains, the National Palace Museum boasts striking Chinese architecture and maintains an incredible collection of nearly 700,000 artworks and artifacts. Highlights include the museum's Three Treasures: the Mao Gong Ding, Meat-Shaped Stone, and Jadeite Cabbage — not to mention the paintings, calligraphy, and carvings from different dynasties throughout history. Before leaving, you’ll find the museum is also a perfect spot to pick up souvenirs, such as replicas of the artifacts themselves from the gift shop. The Chiang Kai-shek Shilin Residence, also called the Shilin Official Residence, is the historic former residence of generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek and his wife Soong Mei-ling, A designated historical site, the residence is open to the public as a museum celebrating their accomplishments as well as their contributions to the growth of Taiwan in the modern era. Visitors can enjoy not only the historical and cultural significance of the residence, but also its spacious and attractive gardens. Stroll around the grounds, immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere, and delight in the view of a vast sea of flowers.
• Use your e-tickets up to 1 year after booking • Both tickets must be used within 14 days of each other • Simply scan your QR code at the museum entrance or residence entrance to enter