Located in Chiayi County, Minxiong Township, the National Radio Museum was formerly the Minxiong Broadcasting Station. Built during the Japanese occupation era in 1938, it was designed to inhibit Taiwanese from receiving radio broadcasts from Nanjing. In 1999, it was transformed into the National Radio Museum and opened to the public to reveal the secrets of the national radio station.
Transparent Broadcast Room: Open for live public broadcasting practice, where visitors can experience the fun of broadcasting.
Live Antique Transmitter Room: The world’s only live antique transmitter allows visitors to see what it’s like to operate a broadcasting company.
Special Exhibition Room: Special exhibitions include topics such as broadcasting equipment and instruments.
National Radio Museum → Minxiong Goose Meat Street → Chiayi Performing Arts Center → Chiayi Distillery
How to Get There Train to Minxiong → walk along Minquan Rd. to museum (5-10 min.)
National Radio Museum
Tue ~ Fri, 9 am ~ 11 am; 1:30 pm ~ 4 pm (Saturdays and Sundays by appointment; closed on Mondays)
NT$20 (ticket price can be deducted from purchases made)
74, Minquan Rd., Liaoding Village, Minxiong Township, Chiayi County