The Keelung Aboriginal Culture Museum has multiple floors with displays of various cultural artifacts from Taiwan’s aboriginal tribes. Unfortunately, very little English information is available. The staff are very friendly and are happy to practice their English and explain everything to foreigner visitors.
The museum also holds dancing and shows on the first floor. See the exhibits of art on the second floor. Then, enjoy the beautifully decorated third and fourth floors with wood carvings, knives, costumes, and a wooden Tao (Yami) canoe. Finally, the fifth floor has a cafe and a bridge that leads to a quiet hilltop park decorated with more wooden carvings.