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Taoyuan District Indigenous Museum

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    Taoyuan District Indigenous Museum

Founded in January 1, 1998, the Taoyuan District Indigenous Museum is a three-story building covering 1372.53 square meters of floor area. On the first floor is the main office, a briefing room, a handicrafts display zone, and a few small exhibition areas. The second floor includes meeting rooms and handicrafts classrooms. Large exhibition areas take up the third floor. An outdoor plaza is located at the front of the building, where art performances and folk rituals are held.

Taoyuan is mainly inhabited by the Bunun and Southern Tsou Tribes. Even though there are also a few Paiwan, Rukai, and Han villages in this region, the museum’s collections are mostly from the culture of Bunun and Southern Tsou Tribes. Tribal members are not the only ones encouraged to preserve their own history at the museum. Taoyuan District Indigenous Museum serves as an educational institution and aims to promote indigenous culture through various activities, such as indigenous language classes, museum-guide trainings, and story-telling sessions.

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Culture researchHistorical sites

Address

高雄市桃源區南進巷180號

Tel

886-7-6861277

  • Longitude/Latitude:23.15926/120.76416
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    Last Update:2018-08-03

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