Many adults took their children, and those who are interested can take a look, not bad
Most of the exhibition halls are located on the second, third and fourth floors. The exhibition halls are divided into categories, including: handcrafts from the prehistoric era; relics from the Goguryeo and Baekje dynasties; relics from the Gaya Kingdom; handicrafts from the Silla Kingdom; relics from the unified Silla era; Buddhist sculptures; metal products; ceramics from the Goryeo era; ceramics from the Joseon era; Calligraphy works; Buddhist paintings.
This museum is big and has a lot of collections. It is still quite good and worth recommending.
The collection is very rich. Exhibits from various historical periods are different from domestic museums in that the museum also carries out various social and cultural activities to enrich the lives of locals.
The content of the museum is very rich and large in scale. There will also be some charity activities that local people will participate in. Very meaningful