|Busan Tower (Yongdusan Park) (부산타워)|
|Busan Tower is a symbol of Busan that stands proudly 69m above sea level at a height of 120m. The top of the tower is modeled after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju. Beloved by Busan citizens and tourists alike, the tower offers a stunning night view and plenty to see, such as the Statue of the Great Admiral Yi Sun-shin, the Bell of the Citizens, a flower clock, the Museum of Musical Instruments of the World, and a bust of the Busan-based independent activist, Baeksan An Hee-je.|
|Observatory: Open all year round
World Musical Instruments Museum: Closed on Mondays
|Observatory: 09:00-22:00 (ticket office closes at 21:45)
World Musical Instruments Museum: 10:00-18:00
|50 parking spaces
* Parking facilities are reserved for tour buses and cars carrying foreign nationals or visitors with a disability.
Adults (ages 16+): 4,000 won / Group: 3,500 won
Children (under 16) & Seniors: 3,500 won / Group: 3,000 won
The Museum of Musical Instruments of The World
Adults (ages 16+): 2,500 won / Group: 2,000 won
Children (under 16) & Seniors: 2,000 won / Group: 1,500 won
Integrated Tickets (Observatory + Museum)
Adults (ages 16+): 5,000 won / Group: 4,000 won
Children (under 16) & Seniors: 4,500 won / Group: 3,500 won
* Group: 20 people or more
|Sky lounge (coffee and other beverages available), souvenir shop, book café, rest area, convenience store|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Restrooms, wheelchair ramp, reserved parking spaces|
(Busan Subway Line 1), Exit 7.
Upon exiting the station, turn left onto Gwangbok-ro Street (광복로).
Go straight 160m to arrive at Yongdusan Park (escalator on the right).