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Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)

  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
  • Daegwallyeong Museum (대관령박물관)
Address
1, Daegwallyeongyet-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
강원도 강릉시 성산면 대관령옛길 1
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info:+82-33-660-3830~2
Operating Hours
09:00-18:00
* Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
Closed
New Year's Day, the Day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day)
  • Information
    Introduction

    The Daegwallyeong Museum is located in Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do Province. It is housed in a building that resembles a dolmen, striking a balance with its surrounding landscape and earning it an Outstanding Architecture Award from the Construction Association of Korea and the Best Award from Gangwon-do Province.
    The museum has six exhibition halls, including those that are named after the guardian gods that represent the four directions. Cheongnyongbang (Room of the Green Dragon - East) is decorated in blue and displays celadon and traditional ceramics. Baekobang (Room of the White Tiger - West) is in white and exhibits Buddhist art and wooden dolls. Jujakbang (Room of the Red Vermillion - South) is in red and displays a bridal palanquin, folk paintings, and calligraphy. The black Hyeonmubang (Room of the Black Turtle - North) displays bronze relics. Also, there is the Togibang (Earthenware) showing Prehistoric era shacks and earthenware. Uribang exhibits wooden furniture and folk craftwork.
    The outdoor space offers an exhibit of stone pagodas and statues as well as a thatched cottage and an operating water mill.
     

    Collections Status
    Approx. 2,000 pieces of artifacts including earthenware from Silla period, celadon and pottery from Goryeo period, woodcrafts and artworks from Joseon period, and more.

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Individual
    Adults 1,000 won / Teenagers 700 won / Children 400 won

    Group
    Adults 700 won / Teenagers 500 won / Children 400 won

    * Groups of 30 or more people.

    Pets
    Not permitted

    Baby Stroller Rentals
    Not available

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Homepage
    www.gn.go.kr/museum
    (Korean only)

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