The Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology (Chinese: 十三行博物館; pinyin: Shísānháng Bówùguǎn) is an archaeology museum in Bali, New Taipei
. The museum conserves and displays artifacts from the Shihsanhang archaeological site.
The museum is located at the foot of Guanyin Mountain near the mouth of the Tamsui River
. The associated archaeological site dates from 500 to 1,800 years ago (Iron Age).
The origins of the museum date back to excavations undertaken at the Shihsanhang site in 1990. The Shihsanhang Museum was built in 1998. It includes a "Bridge of Time" that allows visitors to travel back through time to explore the culture of Shihsanhang. The architecture of the museum has an archaeological theme, reflecting the journey of early travellers from mainland China
The museum is accessible by bus from Guandu Station
of Taipei Metro.