The recently established Lin Liu-Hsin Puppet Theatre Museum located in Dadaocheng boasts a very rich collection. Apart from the collection of Taiwan puppetry there are also puppet collections of different styles hailing from different countries. A total of over 5000 pieces of puppetry treasures were collected by the museum which is a four-story building covering an area of about 200 pings (approx. 660m2). The museum comprises carving workshops DIY classrooms puppetry special exhibition room fine works collection space and the Nadou Theatre (performance hall) suitable for all types of professional performances. The museum not only schedules puppetry exhibitions from time to time but also offers courses on hand puppet carving and making demonstration by puppetry masters parent-child puppetry theatre and the promotion of techniques on traditional puppet theatre allowing the general public to further acquaint themselves with the culture of puppet theatre.