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This is the largest museum in Korea with over 220,000 objects in its collection. It has six permanent exhibition galleries such as Historical Gallery and Fine Arts Gallery. It also has special exhibition halls, a children's museum, outdoor exhibit...more
All reviews korean history ichon station impressive building special exhibition free admission on display gift shop audio guide few hours joseon dynasty artifacts pottery celadon calligraphy prehistoric pagoda paleolithic
The museum is very complete and modern, the exhibits in the first floor where specially appealing to me since I love history it shows a very detailed history of korea from prehistory to the modern times. The museum is small and may not have a...More
Im gonna start of by saying that these sorts of museums are often not something I enjoy that much.
With that said, I did not think the content of the exhibitions were that interesting. There was definitely some cool things on display. But also, it...More
Easily accessible by metro. Admission is free (unless you want to see the special exhibitions). I went there on a Sunday so there were lots of families with kids there. Quite a wide coverage of collection of different artefacts.
Beautiful building with a large collection. Over the last ten years I have paid multiple visits to this museum and find myself returning to it often.
The pictures I uploaded are from the temporary Goryeo exhibition in 2019
This is a place for people who knows how to appreciate historic artefacts - especially artefacts related to buddhism. Otherwise, I do not recommend this on your itinerary. Especially because the exhibits were rather niche. That said, it has a nice and clean environment. There...More
As a foreigner, I have been following Korean history. Not through the book but by watching Korean movies. Goreo, Joseon. All make sense via easy arrangement of the exhibition halls. Anti-clockwisely, it explains Korea history from early to modern.
Easy to go to as there is an access from the train station. Extensive collection of historical artifacts. I learned a lot. Download the app for an English guide, which was so helpful. Visit their garden around the museum.
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You can take Line 4 (Jungang Line) to Ichon station. Get out at exit 2 and walk towards Yongsan family park. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm. It is open for longer on Wednesdays and Saturdays. On Sundays it is open up to... More
You can take Line 4 (Jungang Line) to Ichon station. Get out at exit 2 and walk towards Yongsan family park. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm. It is open for longer on Wednesdays and Saturdays. On Sundays it is open up to 7pm. Your hotel is located between City Hall and Seoul Metro stations - and you can ask the concierge staff at your hotel which is the best station to use to get to Ichon station.
Hi TA members, This will be our first trip to Tokyo (we travelling with a 6-7 year old boy) and I am totally blown away at the sheer number of attractions and things to do until I do not really know how to structure my itinerary (we are intending to stay around 7 nights or so). I only know Disneyland/Disneysea are the must-go attractions. 1 or 2 days in Disneyland/Disneysea - As we are only planning about 7 nights in tokyo, I am not sure if we should be going to both attractions....More
April 01, 2018|
If your 6-7 year old takes interest in trains, take him to the Railway Museum in Omiya, Saitama, or the KATO models hobby center in Ochiai-Minami Nagasaki.
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2 nights (2 and a half days) in Singapore - itinerary help? (1 Reply)
Hi everyone, I am stopping over in Singapore with a friend for 2 nights towards the end of June. The flight lands in Singapore early in the morning and we are staying 2 hotel nights and the flight leaves in the evening on the last day, so we have 2 and a half days to see and do stuff. Could anyone advise us on what to see and do? We are two mates (20 and 21 years old) and this will be our first time to Singapore. We are probably interested in National Museum of Singapore, Singapore...More
March 19, 2011|
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Price Increases for Tuol Sleng/S21 and National Museum (23 Replies)
The increased admission charges for Tuol Sleng/S21 and the National Museum of Cambodia supposed to start on 01 January 2017 will now become effective in July 2017. Proposed admission charge increases are: National Museum of Cambodia increases from $5 to $10 and Tuol Sleng/S21 increases from $3 to $5. Best regards. Ian/Angkorlad
March 14, 2017|
doubling or near doubling of entry fees for tourist attractions in Cambodia may be likened to biting the hand that feeds you.