The Jeju Folklore and Natural History Museum is also a very wide and huge venue, and the natural history materials are also very rich. There are many very precious artworks in the museum. You can understand Korean culture.
A museum with the theme of the customs of Jeju Island. There are many documents and materials worth studying. There is also an open-air exhibition hall. Tickets are very cheap. The area is clearly divided. It displays the food, clothing, housing and transportation of the people of Jeju Island, biological ecology museum, and geology. The exhibition rooms such as the Rock Exhibition Room and the Terrestrial Ecology Pavilion have fewer exhibits, and the viewing value is not high. It is recommended not to go.
jeju island is a historic volcanic island. it is calm and serene. get the Jeju city tour for a single day hop on hop off bus ride where they bring you to both the coastal and the towm side of Jeju island.
The first stop after getting off the cruise seems to be free.
Jeju Island is very thin in terms of history and culture. The advantage is that it is visa-free and cruises are more convenient.
The collection is not a handy cultural relic, more like a wax museum.
I like this place so much. Every house can describe how the state of Jeju in the past. This is one of the uniqueness of Jeju. It can illustrate the development of Jeju.
The Zippo Museum is a small, free museum full of really cool kitsch. Worth a visit while you're taking in the view of Sunrise peak in the distance. It has really old Zippo lighters and some really BIG Zippos. Some of the designs, shapes and artwork on them is really incredible.
A museum to experience natural history, brilliant atmosphere
Regarding the admission price of tourist attractions, I really like that the Korean government makes them price-friendly. Some are even free, with English-speaking tour guides and/or tablets with earphones very informative. This museum has information boards and cards, but it is in a beautiful environment, right in the mini forest in the center of the suburbs. These exhibits, including a short 3D movie, revolve around some original artifacts, telling the mysterious origin of Jeju Island. You can get close to the exhibits and have the opportunity to wear academic robes to take research photos. The staff are very helpful and friendly and this place is also suitable for wheelchair users. It is easy to get there by public bus or taxi. Three mysterious stones fell on the ground and smashed three holes... Three people emerged from the holes... Over time, Jeju Island was born... Such folklore may only appear in books, but In Jeju Island, there is the same evidence, kept in a real interactive museum. Remember to watch 3D movies and watch cherry blossoms in spring.