America and other nations have monuments, but they pale in comparison to the massive memorials found in Taiwan.National Palace Museum I wrote about before - not only large to house the comprehensive collection, but also built magnificently to show how great Taiwan is.
Well, the same is true for this Memorial Hall and the buildings around it. In the photo above, maybe it doesn't look that large.
228 Memorial Park and Museum. The surrounding area, with its large open space, has been the site of demonstrations and gatherings, and with the change to a democracy the hall and area has been renamed and changed a little; the memorial hall was also dedicated to democracy and then rededicated back to Kai-shek.
The Memorial Hall is open from 9AM to 6PM every day, and admission is free. Special exhibitions might cost extra, but you can walk right up to the elevators to get to the hall itself. Note that you can not walk up the 89 steps in the front. MRT Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Station is about a block south of the square.