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National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

Designed by local architect Wang Da-hung, this memorial hall was established in memory of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of the Republic of China. The hall also serves an educational and research role, hosting various cultural and art events throughout the year, including the Golden Horse Awards, Golden Bell Awards, and Culture Awards. The hall is surrounded by a large park, further making it a popular weekend escape for city residents.

Information

Themes
Art and Cultural Centers Outing Locations Family Activities 101 Highlights
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
+886-2-27588008
FAX
+886-2-27584847
Address
No. 505, Sec. 4, Ren-ai Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

1.visiting hours of the exhibition halls: 9:00 - 17:00 entrance time of the auditorium: 19:00 performance time: 19:30
2.Closed on Lunar New Year's Eve/Day and certain other days for maintenance.

Services & Facilities

  • Toilets
  • Parking

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  1. 1 Terrible
  2. 12 Poor
  3. 175 Average
  4. 362 Very good
  5. 174 Excellent

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  1. 165 Families
  2. 128 Couples
  3. 146 Solo
  4. 30 Business
  5. 130 Friends
  • Shirin S

    Singapore, Singapore

    Nice to drop in

    2017-09

    Located a short walk away from the mrt (and walking distance to Taipei 101). We dropped in to watch the changing of guard which was pretty cool. The ceremony was very similar to the one at cks memorial hall. Take note that the guards will march out from dr sun's right. You can also watch the ceremony from the second floor. Didn't feel like it was a must but there were art exhibitions around and an exhibition on Dr Sun's life if that is your thing.
  • _abpir2_

    Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Good information

    2017-09

    Attractive information and able to see without too crowded. Would like to spend more time, maybe 2hours in order to read and see all the history.
  • EdisonLee

    Singapore

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    A walk in history

    2017-02

    It's hard to describe this place in words but it's a must-visit place if you haven't. At the side of the main hall, there is a chronological exhibition which details the times and activities of Sun Yat Sen's times. Stay long enough to catch the change of guards. Some tourist can be super rowdy and that is not good during the change of guard ceremony. Observe in silence and show respect when you're there. Avoid screaming or talking loudly to your family/friends. In the same light, I wished there were more personnel stationed around the visitors during the ceremony to silence the noisy ones. Outside, plenty of open spaces which I begun to take a liking to a morning stroll there. On weekends, you can see lots of youths practising their dance along the external corridors.
  • SoloTraveler999

    Tacoma, Washington

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    An interesting view into a period of democracy within the country

    2017-04

    Located on Zhongxiao E. Rd Sec.4 on the Blue MRT line, the hall commemorates a man who has been labeled the "father of democracy" for the country. The grounds, are not as expansive as that of the Chang-Kai-shek memorial but it appears that Dr Sun Yat-sen was as important. The changing of the guard is definitely worth watching.
  • MaricarPuyo

    Batangas City, Philippines

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Not just a building memorial

    2017-08

    I was interested more in seeing the changing of the guards, the flag retreat. The hall was huge and since it was close to closing time, i was not able to look around inside. You wont miss the big building with Chinese architecture and a yellow roof....

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