The famous jade cabbage has been moved from Taipei's Palace Museum to its branch exhibition here, so don't miss it.
Wandering through the entire exhibition area, I first went for a meal, and then took the children to the parent-child area. I didn’t ask for an appointment that day. I went straight in. The children made up the Qingming Shanghe map, experienced the projects of reading hand scrolls and album pages, and washed the brush with water. I wrote the words, and finally watched the cartoon in the room inside (the original pictures are all paintings by Castiglione). Such a high standard for children to watch, really cultured the next generation! There is also an exhibition of animals, which is also for children. As an adult, I also watch it with gusto.
Due to limited exhibition spaces, the National Palace Museum in Taipei has set up the South Branch of the National Palace Museum in Chiayi City. In addition to expanding the original National Palace Museum’s exhibits, it also adds cultural relics from other Asian countries. It is an important cultural center in southern Taiwan. The overall architectural design captures the spirit of Chinese Tai Chi Yin and Yang, and the surrounding ecological environment is good.
There are not many tourists in this place. Compared with the real Forbidden City Museum, it is really far from here. The appearance of the museum is relatively hot, the tickets are not expensive, and the collection is quite rich. The most well-known collections are jade jade cabbage and meat-shaped stones. Together with Mao Ding, they are called the "Three Treasures of the Forbidden City" and have a separate exhibition area in the museum. I also saw rare treasures such as bronze, ceramics, and jade. There are many gifts for the beds in the exhibit museum. It is also good to buy some back as souvenirs.
There is a shuttle bus to and from Chiayi High Speed Rail. There are fewer people in the courtyard and fewer visitors than the staff. It is very comfortable to stroll. In addition to the exhibition hall, there are also outdoor parks where you can take pictures and indoor parent-child activities.