Science Park Exploration Museum
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Science Park Exploration Museum, established in 2007 by the Hsinchu Science Park Bureau, was originally a first generation standard factory until its conversion into a modern exhibit. The visitors will have a chance to explore the history and development of the Hsinchu Science Park and the impact that technology and innovation continue to have on all our lives. Would you like to know more about the park? Come and explore!

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