|Ho-Am Art Museum (호암미술관)|
|The Ho-Am Art Museum is located in Yongin inside the grounds of the huge Everland Amusement Park, making it a popular destination for tourists.
The museum displays over 15,000 works of art that come from all periods of Korea’s history and date all the way back to the pre-historic age. Around 100 of Korea’s national treasures are on display here, along with Buddhist art, calligraphy, folk paintings, and an excellent collection of ceramics. The exhibitions is spread over two floors and located in a building constructed in the traditional Hanok style.
Ho-Am Art Museum also includes a re-creation of a Korean traditional garden, called the Hee Won Garden, which should not be missed. Stonewalls, pavilions, traditional Hanok buildings, and Buddhist statues are scattered amongst glorious flowers and reflected in the lotus pond. After exploring the museum, visitors can relax with a cup of tea in Hee Won Garden’s teahouse. Visitors holding one-day admission passes to Everland, can visit Ho-Am Art Museum and Hee Won garden for free.
|Lounge, cafe, snack Bar, souvenir shop|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
won / Group: 3,000 won
Youths & Children: 3,000 won / Group: 2,000 won
* Group: 20 or more people
|* Free admission
Children under age of 36 months
Visitors with one-day pass to Everland (Admission handling should be presented)
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
Bus No. 5800: Gangbyeon Station (Exit 1), Jamsil Station (Exit 6 or 7)
Bus No.1113: Gangbyeon Station (Subway Line 2, Exit 1)
Bus No. 5002: Gangnam Station (Subway Line 2, Exit 6)
Bus No.1500-2: Sadang Station (Subway Line 2,4, Exit 3)
Complimentary Shuttle Bus: from Everland (front ticket office) to Ho-Am Art Museum
Shuttle bus schedule: 10:00-16:00/ 1hr intervals
* The shuttle bus is not available at 12:00.
|www.hoammuseum.org (Korean, English)|