Academia Historica is located on Changsha St. behind the Office of the President. The building is a fusion of western classic and modern styles, and designated as a municipal historic site. In the early years, it was the site of the Communications Bureau, Transportation Department of the Taiwan Governor-General’s Office during the Japanese Colonial Period. In October, 2010, the museum hosted the “Artifacts Exhibition of the Presidents and Vice Presidents” to display themes and historic relics inspired by the Presidents and Vice Presidents, and also diplomatic gifts and tokens from countries around the world. In addition to scheduled tours and group tours by appointment, the museum also holds promotional and educational activities in conjunction with the exhibitions, including a series of lectures and keynote speeches on historic relics. In addition, the museum provides digitized files of its collection for search and application by all sectors.
TIME MEMO：Mon. to Fri. 9:30 AM~4:30 PM
Also open on dates during which the Office of the President is open to visits on holidays
address：Zhongzheng Dist.,Taipei CityNo.2, Sec. 1, Changsha St.
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