Children's Museums in Seoul

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Children's Museums in Seoul

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  • Lynns98816
    707 contributions
    We visited here during our winter holiday. This museum was not big enough and had so many activities for kids. Most of the informations were in Hangeul, but our children could enjoy it.

    There are some activities that required papers (the papers are not free). Near this museum is a lounge for parents and kids to eat n rest. For foods, you can buy there (a lot of cafes) or bring your own. They provides mineral water for free.

    This museum is free of charge, but you need to register first because it has 6 sessions a day. To see which session that you want, please check at website and come at least 30 minutes before it.
    Written February 27, 2018
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  • cl03
    Jeju Island, South Korea79 contributions
    A great stop! We took our 18 month old there for a fun morning and she had an absolute blast. The displays were fantastic and employed all the senses!
    The water and science area was our favourite.
    My daughter also enjoyed the toddler soft play area which was so tastefully done, with appropriate learning toys.
    The staff was very friendly and helpful. The area was impeccably clean and some areas were closed due to Covid-19, but we didn't miss anything. In fact, we had left not having time to explore all exhibitions!
    Facilities for changing babies and feeding was good. A nice small cafe serving snacks, drinks and a few independent- made souvenirs.
    The museum is part of the children's park. We had a walk around during Autumn and it was gorgeous. We didn't got to the zoo as I didn't read very positive reviews about the animals' treatment.

    I would highly recommend the children's museum. It was also a bargain at 8000 won for two adults and one toddler!
    Written November 6, 2020
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  • QuickWhitTravel
    Washington DC, DC4,067 contributions
    This is a cute little sub-section of the regular South Korean Folk Museum. Not everything is in English and Korean, so be aware of that and don't be disappointed.
    Written February 19, 2016
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  • Patrick T
    Hong Kong, China2,452 contributions
    The museum is quite small but the exhibits are still informative in telling the history of education in Korea. Not recommended to pay a visit intentionally but can stay there for about half an hour if you have nowhere to go.
    Written December 28, 2020
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