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Daegu National Museum

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Currently Closed Open on Mon-Fri,9:00am-6:00pm;Open on Sat-Sun,9:00am-7:00pm;Open from 4/1-10/31,9:00am-7:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 321 Cheongho-ro, Hwanggeum-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu
Phone: +82-53-7686051

What people are saying:

The museum is open to the public for free. It is located in a heritage park and is an abandoned ancient kiln site. All the panels here have four languages, Korean, English, Japanese, so there is no obstacle to visiting. As the core of the Yeongnam region, Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do Jae were originally Gaya sites in ancient times (as for Gaya’s attributes, it depends on whether you stand in South Korea or Wa country), and they will remain even after being annexed by Silla. He has a slightly different cultural characteristic from Gyeongju. Daegu has been the center of Korean textile printing and dyeing since ancient times. Therefore, there is also a special clothing exhibition room in the museum, which introduces traditional clothing from Daegu Yeongnam area to Korea and further to the entire Asia.

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The National Daegu Museum was built to preserve and display the cultural heritage of Daegu and Gyeonggido. It is a masonry building with a basement and two floors above ground. In the Ancient Exhibition Hall, historical artifacts from the Paleolithic Age to the Three Kingdoms period can be seen. In the Art Exhibition Hall, there are Buddhist sculptures, Buddhist statues, Buddhist handicrafts, etc. Here you can learn about the Buddhist culture in the northern part of Gyeonggido.
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