National Heritage Center
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FiftyFifty5050
Montgomery, UK862 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
On the same basic site as the Hanbat Arboretum, this is a small but beautifully arranged Centre which celebrates the natural heritage of Korea, from the Jindo Pine Tree, animals, birds, geology and sites with personal significance.

We took a 618 bus, have the courage to stay on past the Arboretum, until it turns the corner and then the next stop will set you off directly opposite the main entrance to the centre. Entrance to the centre is free for everyone. All on one level, so suitable for the less mobile and buggies.

There is an English language guide to the centre, outlining the different areas with a brief explanation and, once in the exhibition rooms, each exhibit does have the title in English as well as Korean
Written July 30, 2022
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FritzGoat
Dickerson, MD395 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Business
Stopped in on a walk around the area and took a look; this is a fairly small museum with exhibits of flora and fauna of Korea. There are a number of taxidermy specimens from the peninsula as well as fossils, etc. Entry was free and there was English as well as the Korean on most of the signs. Nice place to stop in if you're walking here, but I wouldn't make a side trip.
Written August 26, 2015
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sumantra_travel
New Delhi, India3,710 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016
13 October, 2016.
This small museum lies very close to the eastern part of the
Hanbat Arboretum. It is quite easy to miss it on the first
glance (as I had, on a trip to the surroundings on 11 Oct'16),
but this time, I was determined to seek it out. My initial search
led me to the institute, but soon enough, I retraced my steps and
went to the other building a small distance away. Entry to the
place is free. the place has a wonderful description of the flora
and fauna around in various parts of Korea. Right from live fish
and turtles, to models and preserved and stuffed animals and
plants, along with maps of the respective places, and even models
of the islands. The Siberian tiger, seals, birds, insects, deer:
the place has it all. Overall, a pleasant surprise and a nice,
though small place.
Written November 2, 2016
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