In 1998, the Shisanhang Museum was erected at the archaeological site, showcasing the prehistoric relics to visitors. The Bridge of Time allows visitors to travel through time into Shisanhang's culture.
The award-winning architecture adopts an archaeological theme and reflects the voyage of the early travelers from the mainland to Taiwan. Situated at the foot of Guanyin Mountain and facing Danshui River, the Shisanhang Museum affords a beautiful view from a great vantage point.
In addition to visiting the museum, one can also visit the mangrove conservation area nearby, go for a bike ride along the river, and take the Blue Highway Ferry.
source: Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportasion and Communication
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Located at the end of Mishi Lane, Chaojiang Temple is a two-storied old building of red bricks. Its main purpose is to “guard" and "protect wealth". This building has a unique feature: it is built with parapet wall of western-style at the roof and clay sculpture rails of Victoria-style at the second ﬂoor.
Lianjuren Historical House
Lianjuren Historical House was built by Lian Xuchun over a century ago during the 6th year of the Tongzhi Reign Period, 1867. Though it's nearly 150 years old, it remains intact for the most part. It is a traditionalU-shaped courtyard structure with a horizontal inscription board above the main gate reading Wenkuei (or Wunkuei, "Literary Stalwart").