|Seoul Land (서울랜드)|
|Seoul Land is Korea’s first theme park, with a beautiful scenery surrounded by Mt. Cheonggyesan. Seoul Land has an area called 'World Square' where one can glimpse traditional architecture and folk items from all over the world. You can view the traditional Korea at Samcheonri Hill, the western frontier at Model Land, and Fantasy Land. There are five theme based areas that make up Seoul Land. Seoul Land has up to 40 rollercoasters such as Space Cruise, Black Hole 2000, Galaxy Train, Rapid Current Ride, Magic Carpet, as well as Adventure Theater, Movie Theater, Story Land, and many more.
The pride of Seoul Land is its wide selection of seasonal festivals and the unique Laser Show held during the evening. Seoul Grand Park is situated on a very large field and holds various festivals for each season of the year. The Tulip Festival is held from April to May; the Starlight Rose Festival from July to August; the Chrysanthemum Festival from September to October; and the Snow Light Festival from December to February.
Seoul Land is a popular destination as it also contains Seoul Grand Park, Forest Bath Resort, National Modern Art Center and other great attractions nearby, it is a popular destination.
|Opening time 09:30 / Closing time 18:00-22:00
* Operating hours are subject to change seasonally. Please visit the Seoul Land Homepage before your visit.
|50,000 guests per day|
|The East Gate parking lot - 1,300 spaces
Rose Hill parking lot - 300 spaces
20,000 won for buses and over
10,000 won for small and large cars
5,000won for supermini cars
|www.seoulland.co.kr (Official Homepage Ticket Info.)|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Free wheelchair rentals (Inside the building opposite the central information center/In the basement of the Black Hole 2000 building)|
Sky-X (bungee swing)
Shot X Drop
Black Hole 2000 (super-express roller coaster)
Top Spin (revolving & rotating ride)
World Cup (spinning saucers)
Haunted house (featuring legendary Korean ghosts)
IQ game zone
Seasonal facilities: Outdoor swimming pool (summer), snow sled park (winter)
Subsidiary facilities: Picnic spots, information centers, first aid, nurseries, baby stroller rental, storage lockers, ATM, restaurants, snack bars, souvenir shops
|Facility Utilization Fees|
|Elephant Train (코끼리열차) circulates through Seoul Land, Seoul Grand Park and National Museum of Contemporary Art.
Operating hours: 09:00 until Seoul Land closing times
Fees: Adult 800 won / Youth 600 won / Children 500 won
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Available for 3,000 won for one stroller|
|Seoul Grand Park Station (Subway Line 4), Exit 2|