We chose such an obscure and orthodox museum with lots of children playing on the seesaw and wooden gyroscope. Museum is still my favorite.
In front of the museum, there are various kinds of volcanic lava with famous shapes, which are not only naturally formed, but also artificially sculpted. The prehistoric exhibition hall in the museum shows the cultural development of Jeju, the island of volcanic rocks, from its birth to the formation of the Delhi State. Although the Korean explanation will not understand, but the ancient objects can still make people feel the depth of Jeju Island.
Suggestions must go to the place, although there is a certain distance from Jizhou, you can take a taxi, the price is slightly expensive, no ticket is free, very good, the information is very complete, although Jizhou Island is only such a small island, but can have such a complete data preservation is still very admirable.
Compared with domestic museums, the exhibits here are a little rough. But it has something to do with the history of Jeju Island itself. The unique thing is that there is a children's Museum in it. Because of the time constraints, it can't go in and explore it. However, the design is very intimate. It can be seen in the Jizhou Museum that all the early materials used Chinese characters.