Popular Exhibition Halls Attractions in South Korea

Teddy Bear Museum
Seogwipo·South Korea
4.4/5
2,017 Reviews
Museum
The Teddy Bear Museum has a collection of limited edition teddy bears from all over the world. The various murals at the entrance of the museum are all based on teddy bears. The museum is divided into indoor and outdoor sections. On the 1st floor, the history museum introduces the major historical events in the creation of teddy bears as a phenomenon. There are also many teddies dressed up in historical costume or as famous historical figures. In the galleries on the 2nd floor, there's a Teddy dressed up in traditional Korean court wear, and a 125-karat gold Teddy set with precious gemstones. Teddy's Forest is a theme park located outside the museum. The museum has fast food restaurants, cafés and bars.
Osulloc Tea Museum
South Korea
4.5/5
339 Reviews
Museum
Osulloc Tea Museum is situated near Seokwang tea field in Jeju Island. The theme of the museum is green tea. It is a place where visitors can learned about traditional Korean tea culture. The museum has two levels. The first floor has cup artwork, tea culture exhibition hall, etc. In particular, the building formed from tea cups is very interesting and unique. The second floor is a large open-air platform, where different art-related activities often take place.
Alive Museum
Seogwipo·South Korea
4.7/5
504 Reviews
Museum
The 4D Art Museum (Jeju Chinese Museum) has become a popular landmark in Jeju Island. The 4D Art Museum (Jeju Chinese Museum) has a wide green belt and a large-scale exhibition hall. At the 4D Art Gallery (Jeju Chinese Pavilion), you can explore the unknown underwater world in the 4D aquarium, or experience the adventures as curiously as the Indiana Jones in the movie.
National Folk Museum
Seoul·South Korea
4.4/5
233 Reviews
Museum
The National Folk Museum, located in Jingfu Palace, consists of a basement, four floors, and an attic. It contains nearly 4000 national materials that show the history of Korean folk life and culture in all aspects. Here, visitors can experience and learn from the traditional Korean culture and understand ancient Korean people's life.
Joanne Bear Museum
South Korea
4.4/5
345 Reviews
Museum
1961 Daepo-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum
Seogwipo·South Korea
4.3/5
427 Reviews
Museum
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum is built to memorize the spirit of the explorer Robert Ripley, showing his eccentric collections from all over the world. The building has two floors, with 12 exhibition halls and a outdoor space. While visiting the various exhibition halls, you will see Elvis' hair, the dwarfs in the cage of a man with a golden nose, and experience the interesting rotating tunnels. There are two coconut trees outside the museum, where you can put your thumb on and make a wish or pray for love.
Hello Kitty Island
Seogwipo·South Korea
4.5/5
410 Reviews
Museum
The Hello Kitty Island consists of a three-story pink building. The first story comes with three main themes: the Hello Kitty History Hall, Kitty House and Kitty School, which record and showcase Kitty's happy pink day. The art gallery on the second floor of the Rainbow Road features a long-standing exhibition of Kitty and there is also a Hello Kitty Café. A 3D theater and a outdoor courtyard occupy the third floor, where a lot of interactive activities are provided. There is also a large sky garden on the rooftop.
Jeju Folklore & Natural Museum
South Korea
4.3/5
289 Reviews
Museum
40, Samseong-ro, Jeju, Jeju Island 63270, South Korea
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