228 Peace Memorial Park is a historic site and municipal park located at 3 Ketagalan Boulevard, Zhongzheng
. The park is home to the Taipei 228 Memorial Museum, housed at the site of a former radio station that operated under Japanese and Kuomintang rule. The park contains a number of memorials to victims of the 228 Incident of 1947, including the Taipei 228 Memorial that stands at the center of the park. The National Taiwan Museum
stands at the park's north entrance. The park also features a bandshell and exercise areas.
The park, designed by Taiwanese architect, Tsu-Chai Cheng, was established in 1908 as Taihoku Park during the Japanese colonial period. It was the first European-style urban park in Taiwan, placed on the grounds of the Colonial Governor's Office (today's Presidential Office Building
The park provides a primary setting for Pai Hsien-yung's renowned novel Crystal Boys.The park is accessible from National Taiwan University
Hospital Station of Taipei Metro.