Ketagalan Culture Center

Category: Culture 
Location:BeiTou District
The Ketagalan Culture Center is the first cultural museum that is dedicated exclusively to the aborigines in Taiwan. The Ketagalan people belonged to The PingPu tribe which mostly occupied the northern areas in Taiwan. “Ketagalan Culture Center” was named in their memory. On the 1st floor, there is a store selling aboriginal handcrafs; B1 is the displaying area for the contemporary aboriginal artists; on the 2nd floor, there are exhibits of the PingPu cultures; and the 3rd floor is the exhibiting area for all the other tribal cultures. The 4th floor and 5th floor are for conferences and performances; the library is on the 6th floor; and the 7th holds a lab and the offices. 
Brief Introduction
Opening Time: 9am~5pm Tuesday to Sunday
Ticket Price: Free to Enter

Address: No. 31, JhongShan Rd., BeiTou Dist., Taipei City
Tel: (02)2898-6500
Fax: (02)2898-6556
From XingBeiTou Station, walk toward to JhongShan Road will take about 5 minutes.