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The Busan Museum, offers seven regular exhibition rooms spread over three floors in addition to the Kiln Exhibition Hall, and the Outdoor Exhibition Hall. Opened in 1978, the museum has taken on a leading role in preserving traditional culture in Busan by obtaining a wealth of relics from strong excavation efforts, generous donations and purchases, and by meticulous research.

Busan Museum

The Busan Museum, offers seven regular exhibition rooms spread over three floors in addition to the Kiln Exhibition Hall, and the Outdoor Exhibition Hall. Opened in 1978, the museum has taken on a leading role in preserving traditional culture in Busan by obtaining a wealth of relics from strong excavation efforts, generous donations and purchases, and by meticulous research.

The museum was remodeled in 2002 along with the opening of Exhibition Hall 2. The wide array of relics ranges from the Prehistoric Age to the modern period. The Outdoor Exhibition Hall is home to precious pagodas, Buddhist statues, and monuments. There are over 6,000 items from excavations in Busan and the Gyeongnam area in addition to items that have been purchased, donated, and collected. Those relics reveal the important historical and cultural heritage of Busan.
 

* Exhibition Hall 1: Late Paleolithic Period, Samhan/Three Kingdoms Room, Unified Silla Room, Goryeo Room, Joseon Room-Public Affairs/Education, Joseon Room-Relics

* Exhibition Hall 2: Korea-Japan Relationship Room, Modern Room, Contemporary Room, Living & Culture Room, and Busan Folk Room

* Kiln Exhibition Hall: introduction to the process of making earthenware and tiles through kilns and displays tiles which visitors can touch

* Outdoor Exhibition Hall: displays stone monuments and statues (such as Dongnae Nammun Monument, Cheokhwa Monument, Yakjojechal Monument and Sacheoseokgyo Monument)

* Donation Center: displays items donated to the museum

* History Experience Room: Touching Relics, Printing a Rubbed Copy, Erecting Stone Pagoda and Wooden Brackets, and Trying Folk Crafts

Directions:

* Bus
#134 / bound for Busan Station or Nampo-dong
#25, #68, #93 / bound for Seomyeon or Gaya
#139, #239, #302, #240 / bound for Haeundae
#51 / bound for Dongrae

* Subway
Daeyeon Station, Busan Subway line 2, Exit #3 >> 10 min walk from the station

Homepage museum.busan.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese)

Address : 210, UN-ro, Nam-gu, Busan, Korea

Tel : 051-610-7111        
Web : http://museum.busan.go.kr/english/01busan/index.jsp
Opening Hours : 9:00 ~ 18:00

Age Fare Group fare(More than 20)
Adult ?500 ?300
Youth(13~19), Soldier ?300 ?200
Children(12 and under),
disabled and senior citizens(overage 65)
Free
Every Saturday  Free

 

 

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