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Everland Resort was opened in 1976 as the first family park in Korea. Though originally called ‘Yongin Jayeon Nongwon,’ the company changed its name to ‘Everland’ to make the name more recognizable to international audiences. The park is home to over 40 heart-pounding rides and attractions. In addition to ‘Safari World’ featuring white tigers, tigers, lions and bears, ‘Herbivore Safari’ opened in April 2010, letting visitors get up close and personal with the safari’s giraffes, elephants, and ostriches. Everland is also known for its gorgeous flower arrangements and beautiful gardens, which have been year-round fixtures since the Rose Festival in 1985. Other great spots for family fun are the Snow Sled (the first and the longest of its kind in Korea), Caribbean Bay (an outstanding water park) and Everland Speedway (a racing track). Full of exciting attractions and entertainment, Everland is one of the most popular places in Korea for families, friends, and couples.
‘Dreams Become Reality, the Land of Year-Round Festivals!’
Everland is divided into five sections: American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure, Zoo Topia and Roller Coasters, in addition to the Global Fair.
Located near the front entrance of Everland, the Global Fair is home to a large bazaar decorated with reproductions of castles from France, Middle Eastern countries, Spain, India, and Russia. Not only visually captivating, the various architectural styles invite visitors into the culture and history of other nations, such as the Ancient and Medieval Periods of Europe.
The Four Seasons Garden of Everland is decorated with beautiful flowers arranged in a French garden style. Surrounded by Holland-style architecture, the gardens are the stage for seasonal flower festivals (tulips from April to June, lilies from July to August, and chrysanthemums from September to October), laser shows, and musical fountain shows.
The Zoo Topia section of the park is the where guests can find the ever-popular Safari World and Herbivore Safari. In safari world white tigers, tigers, lions, and bears roam around freely, providing guests with an up-close look at these amazing creatures. In Herbivore Safari, visitors can even feed some of their favorite animals like elephants, giraffes, camels, and ostriches.
* Caribbean Bay
Opened in 1996, Caribbean Bay is a huge water park equipped with multiple attractions and health facilities. Modeled after the pristine beaches of the Caribbean and decorated with Spanish-styled stone buildings, palm trees, tropical plants, and a shipwreck, guests will feel like they’ve taken a tropical vacation without ever leaving the country.
Caribbean Bay has a number of hair-raising waterslides and a relaxing lazy man river. The Sea Zone generates waves over 2.4m-high and is a huge crowd favorite. If you need a break from the sun, escape to the Indoor Water Park to enjoy the Wave Pool, Children’s Pool, or the various spa-like facilities with herbal treatments using jasmine, peppermint, lemon, ginseng, and mugwort. Cold and hot bath areas are also available. Caribbean Bay is a unique water park that not only provides a thrilling water park experience, but also the best in spa and relaxation facilities.
* Everland Speedway
The first car racing track in Korea, Everland Speedway offers thrilling car races year-round (such as Motor Championship Contest).
*The Glen Ross Golf Club
Running under the same principles of course management as the renowned Anyang Benest, the Glen Ross Golf Club is a beautiful golf with excellent facilities that are sure to earn a spot in even the most avid golfer’s heart. The club is conveniently located near Everland, the Ho-Am Art Museum, and several gardens (for more information, call +82-31-320-9600).
* Spooky’s Fun House
Opening in February 2003 and located in Magic Land, Everland, the Spooky Fun House offers visitors a fun-filled journey in the world of magic and mystery, led by the cute little ghost, ‘Spooky.’ Built in collaboration with the world-famous attraction design company HEIMO (Germany), the Spooky Fun House is an entertainment facility fueled by the curiosity of the visitor. Pressing bells, pushing photo frames, or simply passing through corridors unleashes fresh bouts of fun sounds and visual effects.
|* Safari World: 15 minutes
- Observe herbivores and carnivores at close range
- The Safari Bus Tour has been extended with the opening of the Herbivore Safari.
|Weekdays 10:00-22:00 / Saturdays 10:00-20:00 / Sundays, public holidays 9:30-22:00
* Operating hours vary by month. Please click here to see the operating hours for the desired date of visit.
|15,000 spaces available for free|
|Ticket box (for foreigners): Walk 20m to the right from the main gate. The ticket box is located behind the information center.
- Daytime ticket: Adults 46,000 won / Children & Seniors 36,000 won
- Afternoon ticket (after 17:00): Adults 38,000 won / Children & Seniors 29,000 won
*Two-day Pass Adults: 74,000 won / Children: 58,000 won
※ Includes free admission to Ho-Am Art Museum for the day
※ Extra charges for coin-operated rides, rentals, animal rides, and special exhibitions
※ Night tickets are not available for online purchase.
* Discount info
1) Age-specific discount (present an ID card or a supporting document)
-Seniors: 65 years old or over
-Children: 36 months - 12 years old
-Toddlers: Under 36 months old (Free admission but need to pay for the toddler rides)
2) People with disabilities (present a disabled status identification card)
-One-day pass & admission ticket: About 25% off (Disabled person under Class 1-3 and one companion / disabled person under Class 4 or lower)
-Annual pass: New member registration: about 20% off / Renewal of membership: about 10% off (No discount for the disabled with the Smart Pass)
3) Soldiers on leave (discount available until July 16, 2014)
- Free day pass (confirmation of compliance with conditions required)
4) Multiple-child families (present a supporting document)
- One-day pass & annual membership: About 20% off (applicable for those with three or more children under 18 years old)
- Daytime Ticket: Adults 38,000 won / Children & Seniors 29,000 won
- Afternoon Ticket (after 17:00): Adults 30,000 won / Children & Seniors 25,000 won
※ Night tickets are not available for online purchase.
- One-year membership: Adults 180,000 won/ Children & Seniors 140,000 won
- Renewal of one-year membership: Adults 150,000 won/ Children & Seniors 110,000 won
- Two-year membership: Adults 270,000 won/ Children & Seniors 210,000 won
- Smart (valid for 300 days except on weekends in April, May, June, August and October & national holidays): Adults 110,000 won/ Children & Seniors 90,000 won
- Seniors: Adults 80,000 won (applicable for those aged 55 or older/ on-site only)
- Babies: 60,000 won (applicable for those 35 months old or under, present an ID or supporting document/ on-site only)
* Hands-on programs
- Special Safari Tour: Weekdays (online) 150,000 won/ Weekdays (on-site) 180,000 won/ Weekends & national holidays 180,000 won
- Lost Valley Backside Tour: 30,000 won per person / maximum of 15 people per tour)
- Live Experience Class: 40,000 won per team (4 people max)
Click here for more details.
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Available (Rental fees: 4,000 won / 10,000 won for twins)|
|Not permitted (except guide dogs)|
Jeondae. Everland Station (Ever Line), Exit 3. Then, take the shuttle bus to Everland. (Operating hours 05:30-23:30)
1) Sinnonhyeon Station, Gangnam Station, Yangjae Station: Bus 5002
2) Pangyo, Segok-dong, Suseo Station, Songpa Station, Jamsil Station, Gangbyeon Station: Bus 5700
3) Sadang Station, Nambu Terminal (Bundang and Gwangju via): Bus 1500-2
4) Gangbyeon Station, Gangdong Station (via Gwangju): Bus 1113
* For more information, click here!