The Fujian-Taiwan Kinship Museum is a national museum that explains the historical relationship between the mainland China province of Fujian (Min for short) and Taiwan. The museum is located in the northwest corner of Quanzhou, which is a historic and cultural city in ancient China. The scenic Qingyuan Mountain Range is to the north, while the beautiful West Lake is to the south. The museum covers an area of 154.2 square kilometers. The main building of the museum is 23,332 square meters and 43 meters tall.
The Fujian-Taiwan Kinship Museum integrates artifact collection, exhibition and investigation, while fostering communication and service in one place. It also serves an important academic function for researching the historical relationship between mainland China and Taiwan.
There are four floors in the Fujian-Taiwan Kinship Museum that provide a total exhibition area of 6,355 m2. The first floor has an international academic meeting hall, a temporary exhibition hall and storerooms. The second floor is divided into five areas arranged based on geography, ancestry, legal, commercial, and cultural ties. They demonstrate the close relationship between Fujian and Taiwan that has existed for generations. The third floor shows the common native cultures of Fujian and Taiwan, arranged according to spring, summer, autumn and winter. On the fourth floor, there is an information center and offices. Open hours:
Open daily all year. 9：00－16：30
Last Entry at 16:00
Free Admission Policies:
Each person with the identity card
Team with the letter of introduction