|National Maritime Museum (국립해양박물관)|
the National Maritime Museum encompass all aspects of marine and ocean life. These
include the culture, history, famous figures in the industry, maritime vessels, ocean creatures, ocean life experience, maritime industry, marine territory and development and ocean science. It is by far, one of the top maritime museums in Korea.
The museum holds over 14,000 pieces of historic items and relics that have witnessed the history and are relevant to the future of the ocean life. These are on display in the eight different permanet exhibition halls, the special exhibition hall and the children's exhibition hall. The museum also has a library, an aquarium, a grand auditorium, an outdoor performance stage, and a 4D theatre offering a multi-cultural experience to the visitors.
|- Area size: 45,444㎡/
- Total ground area: 25,870㎡
- Exhibit total ground area: 9,826 ㎡
|Refer to the website www.nmm.go.kr|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Free (excluding 4D Theater & Special exhibitions)|
|304 spaces available (including 20 large-sized cars, 9 designated parking spaces for the disabled)|
|- Cars: 1,000 won for the first two hours, 100
won for each additional 10 minutes.
- Large-sized cars: 2 times fee for usual cars
|Info. Services for Koreans|
|2 times a
day - 11:00~12:00 / 14:00~15:00 (1 hour tour)
※ Visitors are advised to make an online reservation a day before the visit. Tickets may not be available on site.
※ Not available on Mondays
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
in English, Japanese, Chinese
※ Closed on Mondays
※ Tel: +82-51-309-1900
|Reservation for Foreigners|
|Foreigners are advised to make an online reservation 3 days before the visit.
※ Tel: +82-51-309-1900
|Sky park, marinetime library, exhibition hall, aquarium, auditorium, rest area, etc.|
|From Seoul Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Busan Bus Terminal.
(Travel time: 4 hours and 30 minutes)
Take the subway to Nampo Station (Busan Subway Line 1), Exit 6.
Walk toward Yeongdodaegyo Bridge for about 80m and take Bus 66, 30, 88, 101, 113, or 135 and get off at the National Marintime Museum & International Cruise Terminal Bus Stop. (15 bus stops)
From the Bus stop, walk toward the side road of Busan Port Fire Station for about 8 minutes to arrive at the venue.
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)