The exhibit in the Visitor Center is designed in accordance with the archeological findings and the research results of the Peinan Site over the past 20 years. Upon entering, you will see the rescue of the slate coffin burial complex under your feet. The specially designed tempered glass suspension bridge reminds us that we may be walking on the site at any time. After passing the bridge, there is a cross-section of the stratum from the site to present the culture vividly. Continue up, there are few exhibits of the scale models that explain the process and method of excavation, allowing the visitors to gain a basic understanding of the site before entering the main exhibits. The exhibits include the 3D model of Taitung Plain, the stratum of the site, the tiers of the prehistoric culture, the discovery and excavation of the site, and the site in the aboriginal legends. The Peinan Site is presented from geological and historical structure.
The stone pillar reproduction in the center
of the exhibit leads the visitors to the
contexts the Peinan Culture. The pottery,
stone and jade objects made by the people
of the Peinan Culture are displayed to tell
the ancient stories. The site structure,
tools and the burials allow us to relive
the prosperity of the Peinan Culture, including
the settlement, the dwellings, the dwelling,
the manhood ceremony, the funerary traditions,
the jade craftsmanship and the pottery technique.
Aside from the still exhibits, the film
show in the exhibition room presents the
life of the people of Peinan Culture in
3000 years ago through computer simulation.