Exterior View, Juming Museum

Juming Museum

About the Museum


Renowned Taiwanese sculptor Ju Ming is the founder of the Juming Museum after the establishment of the foundation. He personally designed the architecture, landscapes, wirings and plumbing. Not only did he purchase the property to build the museum, but he also donated over 2000 pieces of his own works and from his personal collection.

The museum officially opened in 1999 with a total area of 110,000 square meters. Artworks are arranged in the vast outdoor space, which creates a dialogue and interaction with the mountains and ocean view. As visitors set foot in here, they become parts of this museum and parts of the masterpieces in which they can relax and embrace art and nature. The museum offers a range of facilities for special events, corporate meetings, or training sessions for businesses, organizations and individuals.

Collection Highlights


Men with umbrallas

Ju Ming

Men with umbrallas
Sculptures of a ship and sailors in Juming Museum

Ju Ming

Sculptures of a ship and sailors in Juming Museum
Men in parachutes

Ju Ming

Men in parachutes
Juming Museum: Collection Highlights
Men with umbrallas
Bernard Gagnon

Ju Ming

Men with umbrallas
Bernard Gagnon
Sculptures of a ship and sailors in Juming Museum
Bernard Gagnon

Ju Ming

Sculptures of a ship and sailors in Juming Museum
Bernard Gagnon
Men in parachutes
Bernard Gagnon

Ju Ming

Men in parachutes
Bernard Gagnon
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