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Tea Museum of Korea (한국차박물관)

  • Tea Museum of Korea (한국차박물관)
  • Tea Museum of Korea (한국차박물관)
775, Nokcha-ro, Boseong-eup, Boseong-gun, Jeollanam-do
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-61-852-0918
Operating Hours
Summer season (Mar-Oct) 10:00-18:00
Winter season (Nov-Feb) 10:00-17:00
* Last admission: 30min before closing.
Mondays, January 1st, Seollal (Lunar New Year) & Chuseok
Length of Tour
Around 1 hour
  • Information
    The Tea Museum of Korea was built to preserve Korea’s tea culture and celebrate the history of Boseong tea, which dates back as far as the Baekje Era. Each of the three floors of the museum is unique and focuses on a different aspect of tea. On the first floor is the Tea Culture Hall, which explains the process of tea production through graphic panels, videos, and dioramas. The Tea History Hall on the second floor exhibits tea wares and tools from different periods in history, showcasing the evolution of tea culture over time. The third floor houses the Tea Life Hall, which is dedicated to education and hands-on experiences and gives visitors a chance to discover the tea cultures of Korea, China, Japan, and Europe as well as various tea tools from other countries. Visitors can further delve into the world of tea by visiting the Tea Making Workshop, which is equipped with facilities to make different types of green teas.

    Structure Size
    Land area: 6,911.00㎡
    Building area: 1,263.11㎡ (B1-5F)

    Maximum Occupancy
    100 people

    Program Information
    Programs (Reservations required)
    - Tea etiquette learning program
    - Tea making program

    * Separate participation fees apply.


    Admission / Participation Fees
    Adults: 1,000 won / Group: 700 won
    Youths: 700 won / Group: 500 won
    Children: 500 won / Group: 300 won

    * Group: 20 people or more

    Credit Cards Accepted

    Parking Facilities
    70 parking spaces

    Parking Fee

    Info. Services for Koreans
    Guided tour, leaflets and other printed materials are available.
    (Reservation required)

    Reservations can be made by phone.

    Reservation for Foreigners
    Reservations can be made by phone.

    Homepage (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)

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