To commemorate the 1895 "Baguashan Anti-Japanese Battle", County Magistrate, Cho Po-Yuan, instructed the county office to set up a museum. This museum was designed as a new theme spot in the Baguashan Giant Buddha Scenic Area under the concept of a war history museum. The memories of the Baguashan Battle are condensed in the museum spaces and the small exhibition halls built from the idled air-raid shelters. After renovation and reactivation, the exhibition halls house the history of three wars- Jiawu, Yiwei, and Baguashan Battles. Graphic boards and audio/visual aids fill this special space layout of a tunnel with the tense and compressed atmosphere of wartime. The visitors are invited to walk into the air-raid shelter to experience the virtual reality of the event when Japanese military crossed the creek to move southward in the dark. This museum will give you a very special experience and a profound education in the meaning of war.