MRT Guandu Station → Taipei National University of the Arts → Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts → Guandu Temple
Guandu Temple is the oldest Matsu temple in the northern Taipei area, and has over 350 years of history. The temple building's artistic treasures include stone carvings, wood carvings, and flower cut-outs, revealing the deep roots of traditional art in the Guandu area. On the campus of the Taipei National University of the Arts are numerous works of installation art, a music theater, dance theater, and drama theater, and so forth. There are performances held regularly here. The Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, also on the university campus, is an interdisciplinary art space that is full of useful energy. The museum's exhibitions make their works available for researches and investigations, making the campus like an art sharing center.
Transportation: Take the MRT Tamsui-Xinyi Line to Guandu Station, take exit 2, and walk along Xueyuan Road; or take Da-Nan Bus Red no. 35 to the stop by the Xueyuan Road gate to the Taipei National University of the Arts; for Guandu Temple, take the MRT to Guandu Station, then take exit 1, and walk to the temple via Lane 301, Dadu Road Section 3.