|Daegaya Museum (대가야 박물관)|
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|Daegaya Museum is an exhibition of history and culture of the Daegaya (The Great Gaya; 42-562 AD) Kingdom. The Museum consists of the Daegaya History Pavilion and the Daegaya Royal Tomb Pavilion. The History Pavilion houses a collection of relics from the Daegaya Kingdom era, while holding special exhibitions and education activities periodically. The outdoor exhibition center displays items that represent ancient lifestyle such as dugouts, attic storage, iron furnace, as well as religious relics. The Royal Tomb Pavilion is a 37m-wide dome that houses relics of the Jisandong Ancient Tombs. It is essentially the restoration of the Jisandong Tumulus No. 44, the first large-scale sunjang (burial of the living with the dead).|
|• Site area: 13,308㎡ (4,032.7 pyung), building area: 2,232.72㎡ (676 pyung)
• 1st Floor: Planned Exhibition Hall, Children's Experience Hall, office, restroom
• 2nd Floor: Permanent Exhibition Hall, restroom, photography facility
• Outdoor Exhibition Center: High storage, dugout, auditorium, restroom, parking lot, etc.
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|• Permanent Exhibition Hall
Explanations and relics of cultural history from the Old Stone Age to the Modern Age are provided so that visitors can see the history of Daegaya region based on the history of Daegaya. The contents in the exhibition hall include dawn of Daegaya, foundation of Daegaya, growth and development of Daegaya and theme of Goryeong after Daegaya.
• Planned Exhibition Hall
It is the place where specially planned exhibitions are provided with special subjects once or twice a year, and visitors can experience exhibitions with new contents every year. In the corner, the life history and accomplishment of Kim Jong Jik who is the founder of Youngnam School are permanently displayed along with the relics of Jumphiljae Head House.
• Children's Experience Hall
It is decorated with various characters and bright colors according to children's level. It is the place where children can experience various traditional cultures through Daegaya pottery, royal crown, puzzle game, rubbed copy, printing, folk item experience and so forth.
• Outdoor Exhibition Center
Displayed items include dugout, attic storage and iron furnace remain that show the life of Daegaya, Buddhism related cultural assets such as stone tower, stone lantern, statue of Budda and so forth and various stone-made cultural assets such as long pedestal stone, millstone, mortar and so forth.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
Adults (Ages 19-64): 2,000 won
Chidlren (Ages 7-18): 1,500 won
Groups (20+ people)
Adults (per person): 1,800 won
Children (per person): 1,200 won
* Seniors (Age 65 and over) & Children (Age 6 and under): Free
* Admission fee includes entry to the Daegaya History Pavilion, Daegaya Royal Tomb Pavilion, and Ureuk Museum.
|From Seoul Nambu terminal, take an express bus to Goryeong (고령).
* Bus schedule: 10:00, 12:00, 13:20, 14:00, 15:00, 16:45, 19:00 (Subject to change)
From Goryeong Intercity Bus Terminal, take a bus bound for Dalseong 2 (달성2).
Get off at Goryeong-gun District Office (고령군청앞).
Go 750m in the opposite direction of Nonghyup (고령성주축산농협) to arrive at Daegaya Museum.
|http://www.daegaya.net (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)|