|Maritime & Fisheries Science Museum (전라남도해양수산과학관)|
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|The Maritime & Fisheries Science Museum
is situated in Musulmok Resort, a historical site where Admiral Yi Sun-Shin won an
important battle over the Japanese during the Imjin War (1592-1598). The Resort is connected to many popular tourist destinations along South Coast,
such as Hallyeosudo Marine National Park.
The major facilities of the museum include aquariums, maritime and fishery exhibition halls, a maritime science exhibition hall, a marine life cultivating facility and AV facilities. A 3-D theater and marine natural history exhibition hall were recently opened to enhance the visitor experience. In the lobby, a statue of red seabream (a type of fish and the symbol of Jeollanam-do Province) welcomes visitors, who are then guided into the main aquarium area by sea turtles and red seabreams swimming in a wave-shaped aquarium installed along the wall.
|Land area: 9,262㎡
Building area: 5,682㎡ (Main building: 4,745㎡)
|Exhibition Hall Information|
Halls (total of 35 aquariums): Exhibition aquariums, turtle aquariums
- Experience and Wetland Aquariums
- Image Facilities: 3D AV room, image experience center, multi-dimensional image facility, etc.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
3,000 won / Group: 2,500 won
Youths: 2,000 won / Group: 1,500 won
* Group: 30 people or more
* Free admission: infants (under 6), seniors (over 65) & persons with disabilities
|Small cars: 500 parking spaces
Bus: 200 parking spaces
from Yeosu Intercity Bus Terminal, take Bus 100, 106, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114
or 116 and get off at Musulmok Bus Stop. (무술목)
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