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As a foreigner visiting jeju, this museum may not be enough.
However, if you have kids, this place is great for them to learn a little about jeju and mostly the animals you can find on jeju.
They had an experiential section where you can...More
It is a small museum (Jeju is small anyway) but it provides a lot of information about the island itself (volcanic history, animals, marines, and so on). Not very impressive comparing to other big museums elsewhere but a good place to visit in Jeju.
2,000 won entrance fee. Water and private locker available for free. Locker near the main gate. You can go to the park near directly from there.
It has more things to see but as a Korean it was not new. In many ways the exhibition...More
We visited this museum as our first stop in Jeju and found it to be the perfect introduction to the island. They have modern and interactive displays which are well constructed and maintained. The museum is very thorough and covers all aspects of Jeju’s natural...More
As we came during the cold snowy season, my sister and I were pretty limited in our choices of attractions we could visit. Come snow storm time, we felt pretty happy to be able to visit this place. Entry price at 2000krw (for Australians -...More
There is a small admission fee but there was nothing much to see. The surroundings gardens were pleasant but this could be because of the extremely cold December weather. We only stayed around for less than an hour and left as soon as the next...More
Fabulous museum introducing visitors to the nature and culture of Jeju Island. We learned a lot! The story of the founding of the Island was fascinating, as well as the reproduced lava tubes, the displays of taxidermy wildlife, dioramas of human culture and the outside...More
The museum consolidates a wide array of the social, historical, agrarian, seafaring, and geological features that make up the entirety of Jeju. This allows the museum goer to survey the offerings of the island and then plan their travels about the island in order to...More