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Yangmingshuwu 陽明書屋

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Friday: 09:00 – 16:30

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Introduction

Previously known as the Zhongxing Guesthouse, the construction of Yangmingshuwu was completed between 1969 and 1970 to serve as a place where the late President Chiang Kai-shek received guests from around the world and spent his summer vacations. It was the only residence Chiang chose to build in Taiwan and became one of the culturally and historically significant buildings in the Yangmingshan National Park. Offering services ranging from travel information to guided tours, this recreational spot integrates nature and culture; sense and sensibility. The history of the Yangmingshuwu can be divided into the “forest park” period, the “Zhongxing Guesthouse” period, the “Historical Commission of Kuomintang (KMT) Central Committee” period and the “national-park administration” period.

 

The approximately 15-hectare site is located on Zhongxing Road, adjacent to the Flower Clock near Yangjin Highway and Dongsheng Road. Nestled in what was initially a primitive forest, the Yangmingshuwu is overseen by the Yangmingshan Administration; it once served as a campsite of the General Association of the Scouts of China. The Zhongxing Guesthouse and its appendix buildings were completed in 1970, with the forest remaining partially intact. After Chiang Kai-shek moved into the guesthouse, the neighboring area was heavily guarded for security reasons, hence the diversified eco-system in the academy’s proximity and along Zhongxing Road.

 

In 1975, the Zhongxing Guesthouse was renamed as Yangmingshuwu (shuwu literally means “document house”) as it became the location of the Historical Commission of KMT Central Committee’s office, as well as the collective storage place for historical documents previously kept in Caotun and Qingtan, and also for historical materials relating to Chiang Kai-shek from the Daxi Information Office and the Zhishanshuwu.

 

On Sep. 26, 1997, the Historical Commission of KMT Central Committee donated the aboveground structure and the administrative rights of Yangmingshuwu to the Ministry of the Interior, which in turn placed the Yangmingshan National Park in charge of the operations. With careful planning, the Yangmingshuwu was reopened to the public on Jun. 27, 1998, after the establishment of an administrative office. The Da-yi Hall was built to expand tourist services, followed by the Yangmingshuwu Visitor Center beginning to offer tourist information, videos, back-lit panels, scale model exhibits and guided tours on Sep. 11, 2000.

 

Information

Themes
Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers
Guiding Service
Booking
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
+886-2-28611444
Address
No. 12, Zhongxing Rd., Yangmingshan, Beitou Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday: 09:00 – 16:30
Monday: 09:00 – 16:30
Tuesday: 09:00 – 16:30
Wednesday: 09:00 – 16:30
Thursday: 09:00 – 16:30
Friday: 09:00 – 16:30
Saturday: 09:00 – 16:30

Reminders

Guided tours and ticketing information: (guided tours lasting approx. 1 hour are held at regular intervals)
● Guided tours for individual visitors without booking are available at 9AM and 1:30PM (Adult Ticket: NT$50; Discount Ticket: NT$30)
* Discount fares are available for:
 Students with ID Card
 Holders of government-issued proof of Low-Income Household
 Veterans with supporting document
 Retired civil servants with supporting document
 Residents of the Yangmingshan National Park area with ID card
 Groups of 20 or more visitors with advanced booking
Free admission
* Free admission is granted to the following upon presentation of document poof:
 Children 6 years of age or under
 Senior citizens over 65 years of age with ID card
 Disabled people (document proof may be required)
 Civil servants on inspection missions (with government notification documents)
 Tour guides with a valid license issued by the Tourism Bureau
 Others entitled to free admissi

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Review

TripAdvisor Reviews

4 8 Reviews Write a Review

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  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 0 Poor
  3. 3 Average
  4. 1 Very good
  5. 4 Excellent

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  1. 2 Families
  2. 3 Couples
  3. 0 Solo
  4. 0 Business
  5. 2 Friends
  • paulhQ4371VQ

    Sídney, Australia

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    Historic Location

    2017-03

    This was used as an official residence by Chiang Kai-Shek and is now a museum with most of the interior and furnishings kept intact. Interesting location to visit and gives you an insight into Chiang and Madam Chiang's personal life. You're not free to wander around yourself and go with a tour guide, but be aware that I don't think they offer an English language tour. Please also note that photography is not allowed inside the main residence building. Worthwhile visit if you're in the area, but I wouldn't go out of my way unless you're a history buff or big Chiang Kai Shek fan.
  • Taipei-Fiona

    Taipei, Taiwan

    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    充滿歷史氛圍的陽明書屋

    2017-05

    ''陽明書屋'' 原名中興賓館, 昔日為 先總統蔣公接待國內外貴賓及其與蔣夫人夏日避暑之地. 現在則改裝成陽明山國家公園中非常重要的人文歷史與遺跡的旅遊參觀之地. 這裡還設有遊客服務中心, 建議您來此遊覽可先到遊客中心, 可取用部分介紹資料,同時可做遊覽諮詢與購票參觀 ! @ 記得喔, 參觀書屋需要購票才能入內覽勝; 若不想購票, 外圍的風景不用錢, 免費參觀也很漂亮 ! #其中個人導覽一天有兩個場次,(09:10 & 13:30), 一場限定50人次以內; 團體導覽則需事先預約. #門票: NT$80/一人, #開放時間: Mon.~Sun. AM:~PM:4:30 (每月有定期休館日, 建議先打電話洽詢) #TEL: 02-2861-1444
  • waitttting

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    深山中的歷史景點

    2017-02

    原為蔣中正的故居,先因觀光規劃成旅遊景點,一定要配合導覽時間入內參觀,導覽員都非常專業的解說所有趣聞及故事,聽得津津有味,希望下次去的時候密道會開放參觀,超想知道密道可以到哪裡得
  • GoPlaces804335

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    導覽很棒

    2016-09

    很喜歡這種細細品味故事的行程 而觀看名人生前居住的屋子及可能的生活型態 也可以滿足一點自己的偷窺慾望 只是企盼著的梅花,老是錯過...
  • Freedom665425

    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    人文歷史景點

    2016-09

    陽明書屋大忠樓現有免費展覽,展出陽明山、台北400年的古地圖和老照片,還有展出革命先烈的墨寶。另外,中興賓館維修到105年9月12日,維修期間來賓可以免費參加專人導覽解說(原收費80元),參觀老蔣最喜歡的庭園(梅園、後花園、森林公園)。

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