Chunghwa Postal Museum opens night hours to depict nostalgic night of 1950s

Only one chance today to enjoy Taiwanese night life in the 50s from 6.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.

Chunghwa Postal Museum

Chunghwa Postal Museum (By Wikimedia Commons)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – In celebration of the upcoming Double Ten National Holiday, Chunghwa Postal Museum welcomes the public to come in the evening and experience their restored 1950s atmosphere and decorations, as they host various performances, games, and snacks.

On Oct. 9, Chunghwa Postal Museum opens only one night-time service in celebration of both National Holiday and the 34th year of opening. From 6.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. and without entrance fees, a nostalgic night of Taiwanese life in the 50s will be depicted in the set-up scenario, utilities, and clothes.

Additionally, the museum will also offer several performances, songs, interactive activities with prizes, and abundant snacks and coffee to enjoy.

First opening on Oct.10, 1984 in the current location, the Postal Museum exhibits the collections of more than eighty thousand stamps from around the world. It also presents an introduction to the postal history, business, and cultural relics.