|Waterworks Museum (수도박물관)|
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|The Ttukdo Water Purification Plant (Waterworks Museum and Slow Sand Filtration Basin) was completed in August 1908. Construction first commenced in August 1906 as Americans C.H. Collbran and H.R. Bostwick were granted the rights by the Korean Empire to construct the waterworks facility. This was highly significant in that it was the first water purification plant ever built in Korea. At the time of the plants completion, it produced 12,500 tons of purified water to approximately 165,000 Seoul citizens. The Western-style brick mason building had a traditional clay tile roof and was 312.4㎡ in size. The water supply facility (currently renamed Waterworks Museum) and Slow Sand Filtration Basin are designated No.72 Tangible Cultural Asset of Seoul.|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|* Water and Environment Exhibition Hall
* Outdoor Exhibition Hall
* Outdoor Experience Facilities
* Ttukdo Arisu Water Purification Center
* Slow Filtration Basin
* Annex Building
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Available (Individuals use nearby Seoul Forest Parking Lot / Groups use Ttukdo Arisu Water Purification Center)|
- Group: 10 people or more
- Inquiry: +82-2-3146-5935~5938
Seoul Forest Station (Seoul Subway Bundang Line), Exit 3.
- Go straight along Wangsimni-ro for about 280m.