Established in 1854 (4th year of the Xianfeng administration, Ching Dynasty), the Customs has not only enforced anti-smuggling operation and public security, but also propelled the development of our national economy. In order to conserve Customs historical documents and artifacts, the ROC Customs brought up the issue of building the Customs Museum in 1987. After ten years’ efforts, it was finally completed and was open to the public, the admission being free of charge for all visitors. To provide with a brand new experience to the public and Customs staff as well, the entrance hall of the Customs Museum was remodeled in March 2016. Stepping into the Museum, visitors will find themselves entering into a space where they can enjoy a journey full of customs related knowledge and wonder.