Tickets are only 3,000 won. There are discounts for young people. The park closes at 6 pm. The park is very big, remember to go early, there are many stone statues. There is also a museum inside, which introduces the formation of Jeju Island in detail, which is worth seeing. The air is really good, walking in the park, there are not many people, it is really comfortable. It's a bit away from the city, the bus takes a long time. There is a small forest train nearby to play together, so if you want to play here, you must get up early.
Jeju Stone Culture Park is a small and well-known cultural and educational center on Jeju Island. The museum is very good, the surrounding environment is very good, and the park itself is large. I have seen pictures and introductions on the Internet before. It is said to be good, so I went there
i love this place! though it is quite far from downtown jeju city, it is a very lovely place to know about the island’s origin, the different rocks, lava formation etc. We took a taxi from downtown jeju city and it took more than an hour (around 30,000-40,000 won). We decided to ask the taxi to wait for us as it looked like there was no transport to our next destination. My twins loved learning about volcanoes, the grandfather stone statues, jeju’s traditional thatched-roof houses. We managed to go around the whole park probably 1 1/2 hours (the taxi’s meter was running). This park is recommended for families especially kids (my twins are 4yo).
Jeju Stone Culture Park is very big and there are many things to see, especially for those who do not understand the culture of Jeju Island. It takes a lot of walking. The weather on the day we went was not so good, but the drizzle and fog made the place more mysterious, with lots of lava.