Taiwan’s First Hands-on Interactive Emergency Evacuation Exhibition Center
To ensure travelers’ safety and safeguard the Metro system, in addition to
holding safety promotion activities and simulated training drills on a regular
basis, Taipei Metro has been implementing Taiwan’s first hands-on Interactive
Emergency Evacuation Exhibition Center since 2006. It includes display and hands-on
functions on emergency equipment to allow people to familiarize themselves with
devices that they are normally not allowed to touch or to use in non-emergency
situations. Equipment to be facilitated in the camp includes emergency exits
for passengers on trains, platform emergency exits, emergency stop buttons,
fire extinguishers, and a simulated Track Intrusion Warning System. Participants
can operate safety equipment firsthand, so that they can become familiar with
how to use it in the event of an emergency, thereby minimizing injuries.
The Interactive Emergency Evacuation Exhibition Center is located on the first
floor of Taipei Metro’s Beitou Resort Training Center. The indoor training area
consists primarily of interactive games and equipment for hands-on practice.
The outdoor training area offers simulated situations for visitors. The Center
was completed in December 2007, and is now opened to the general public.
Prohibited items game
Go! Go! Metro Taipei virtual driving
Open: 09:00 to 12:00 and 13:30 to 17:00 daily; closed on Sunday and Monday
Admission: NT$50 person
Group Admission (for 20 persons or more): NT$40
● Group bookings must be made three days in advance. The booking should be made
by fax at (02)2893-1316. To confirm booking, call (02)2893-0105 ext. 8399. Payment
can be made on arrival at the Center.
● On Saturday, individual tickets are available directly from the Information
Drive: Turn right off Chengde Road into Daye Road. Lane 527 will be on your
Metro: Alight at the Fuxinggang Station on the Tamsui Line. Take the Beitou
Metro Depot on the second floor. Cross the pedestrian bridge and follow the
signs to The Interactive Emergency Evacuation Exhibition Center.