The Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau was formerly known as the Heritage Gallery, which officially opened on December 25, 1983; the name was changed to the Museum of Fine Arts in 2003.
Taiwan's only African artifacts museum is also established here. There are over 1000 African artifacts on display including sculptures, masks, metalwork, different types of carvings, pottery, weapons and hunting equipment, and musical instruments. The objective of these displays is to broaden the cultural perspectives and international awareness of the public.
|First Floor||First Exhibition Room||
Tuesday to Sunday 09:00～17:00
Closed on Mondays and public holidays
|Second Exhibition Room|
|Third Exhibition Room|
|Second Floor||African Heritage Hall& Aboriginal Culture Hall|
|Yang Xi Kuen Memorial Hall|
From Northern Taiwan
Take National Highway 5 through Xueshan Tunnel→go along Su-hua Highway→reach Hualien→ go straight on Provincial Highway 9 (Fuqian Road→take a left onto Minquan 9th Street→take a left onto Minquan Road→proceed for around two minutes and you will arrive
From Southern Taiwan
Take Provincial Highway 1 (Ping-E Highway→turn right at Fenggang in Pingdong County onto Provincial Highway 9→follow the highway to Hualien→go straight on Fuqian Road→turn left onto Minquan 9th Street→take a left onto Minquan Road→ proceed straight for two minutes or so and you will arrive.
From Hualien New Station, take a Hualien Bus Co. Qixing line or Airport Line bus and alight at Hualien County Stone Sculptural Museum
Bus: Take the Hualien Bus Station in Hualien (105 ports) line and get off at the Hualien County Cultural Bureau.