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Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)

  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)
  • Ttangkkut Marine Natural History Museum (땅끝해양자연사박물관)

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Address
5-4, Jungdaedong-gil, Songji-myeon, Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do
전라남도 해남군 송지면 중대동길 5-4 (송지면)
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-61-535-2110
Operating Hours
March-October 09:00-18:00
November-February 09:00-17:00
* Last admission is at closing
Closed
2nd and 4th Tuesdays (excluding peak season)
Length of Tour
1 hr
  • Information
    Introduction
    The Ttankkeut Marine History Museum houses approximately 25,000 specimens with 40,000 pieces on display including shellfish, coral, fish, mammals, crustaceans, fossils, reptiles, and insects from around the world, making it the most diverse collection of items in Namdo. Visitors can take part in ecological activities to learn more about phenomenal and rare marine resources and cultures.

    Program Information
    Diverse hands-on experience programs varying by season are available such as natural soap making, starfish coloring, wild flower observation, and inscription pencil rubbings

    Exhibition Hall Information
    * Rare Marine Life Hall
    -Whale shark: the largest living fish species, found in tropical & warm oceans
    * Coral Hall
    -Characteristics of corals as coelenterates
    * Marine Life Diorama Hall
    -Mystery of the sea: diverse marine life from man-eating sharks to tiny crustaceans & sea urchins
    * World Shellfish Hall
    -Over 1,200 species rare & varied shellfish and clams
    * Shark Hall
    -Shark species including sturgeon & saw sharks, as well as reptiles, sea turtles & rays
    * Whale Hall
    - Whale species: Pseudorca crassidens, Delphinus capensis & Neophocaena phocaenoides
    * Crustacean Hall
    -Rare lobster & crab specimens
    * Insect Hall
    -Shows birth of the ocean in addition to exhibiting land insects
    * Hall of Mammals & Reptiles
    -Sea mammals & reptiles, the living descendants of dinosaurs

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Adults: Individuals 3,000 won / Groups 2,500 won
    Middle and High School Students: Individuals 2,000 won / Groups 1,500 won
    Children: Individuals 1,000 won / Groups 800 won

    * Children (ages 3 to elementary school students)
    * Groups of 30 people or more
    * Children should be accompanied by parents.

    Baby Stroller Rentals
    Available

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Parking Fee
    Free

    Reservations
    * Advanced reservations (explanatory guide service) required for groups of 30 people or more.
    * Reservation Inquiries: +82-61-535-2110

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