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Traffic Information
Located in Pier-2 Art Center, the Hamasen Museum of Taiwan Railway is an important cultural, creative, leisure tourist attraction in Southern Taiwan. To ensure traffic mobility and safety, and to protect the rights of local residents, visitors are encouraged to take public transport, such as MRT and bus, to the museum to save time and enjoy the convenience.
MRT
Take MRT Orange Line to Yanchengpu Station (O2), take Exit No. 1, and walk southward along Dayong Road for about five minutes to the Museum.
Take MRT Orange Line to Sizihwan Station (O1), take Exit No. 2, and walk eastward along West Side Harbor Line Bike Path for about two minutes to Penglai Warehouses, Pier-2.
MRT
Bike
Pier-2 Art Center is next to the most popular West Side Harbor Line Bike Path. Biking route: Singuang Ferry Wharf→Love Pier→Pier-2 Art Center→Penglai Warehouses of Pier-2→Fishermen’s Wharf→Takao Railway Museum→Sizihwan

Public Bike Rental

Bus
MRT Yanchengpu Station (Wufu 4th Road)Jianguo Line(88) 56 Wufu Line(50) 33 11 219
Pier-2 Art Center StationHamasen Culture Bus Orange 1 (available on holidays only)
Kaohsiung Port Station248
MRT Sizihwan Station Exit No.2Orange 1
Railway
Take MRT Red Line from HSR Zuoying Station or TRA Kaohsiung Main Station to MRT Formosa Boulevard Station, transfer to MRT Orange Line to Yanchengpu Station (O2), take Exit No. 1, and walk along Dayong Road to the Museum.
Car
Take National Highway No. 1, exit from Jhongjhen Interchange, take JhongjhenRoad to the intersection of Kaisyuan Road (do not take the Jhongjhen Underpass) and merge onto Wufu Road, cross Wufu Bridge (Love River), turn left onto Dayi Street, and keep driving to reach Dayi Warehouses of Pier-2 (next to a parking lot). The drive will take twenty minutes. Click here for Google Maps.