Dedicated to the works of internationally renowned Taiwanese sculptor Ju Ming, with over 2,000 pieces from his own hands and his personal collection, the Juming Museum is his largest artwork to date.
• Use your e-ticket up to 1 year after booking • Scan your QR code at the museum entrance to enter • Entry is free of charge for visitors aged 0–6 • Discount tickets for students, senior citizens (ages 65+), disabled people, and groups of 15 or more are sold separately • Museum is closed for the 10–20 days preceding Chinese New Year; please contact the museum before your visit to confirm it is open
Located in Jinshan to the north of Taipei City, the Juming Museum showcases the creations of internationally-renowned Taiwanese sculptor Ju Ming. The large outdoor venue, combining sculpture with the natural environment, exhibits Ju Ming’s three most prominent series: Nativist, Taichi, and Living World. In addition to celebrating Ju Ming’s achievements, and his passion for and dedication to art, the museum aims to promote sculpture overall as well as art education for children. Officially opened in 1999, the museum has a total area of 110,000 square meters. Pieces are arranged in a vast outdoor space, creating interactions and dialogue with the ocean view and mountains around the museum.