|Jeju Glass Museum (제주유리박물관)|
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|Jeju Glass Museum (originally the Gimpo Glass Museum and SongHee Glass House), has been making a significant contribution to the advancement of Korean glass art over the past several years through constant research and innovation. The museum opened on March 1, 2008 and has state-of-the-art facilities including a glass art exhibition hall, studio with a kiln, glass-blowing room and glass processing room. With an expansive area totaling 3,500py and broad grass field for displaying the artwork, it is a perfect place to study and learn. The museum also offers some programs for visitors to learn more about and gain a greater appreciation for glass art.|
|Glass vase-making 20,000 won
Glass plate-making 20,000 won
Pledge-writing on a sheet of glass 37,000 won
Candle-making 10,000 won
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Adults (ages 19+): 9,000 won / Group: 7,000 won
Youths (ages 13-18): 8,000 won / Group: 6,000 won
Children (ages 6-12): 7,000 won / Group: 5,000 won
※ Group: 20 or more people
※ Infants (age 3 & below) may enter free of charge.
|From Jeju International Airport, take Airport Bus 700.
Get off at Changcheon-ri bus stop.
Take a taxi to Jeju Glass Museum.