|Owl Art & Craft Museum (부엉이박물관)|
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|If you are an owl lover or enjoy seeing handcrafted pieces of art, the Owl Museum is the place for you. This owl themed museum is filled with pieces of art, crafts, useful household items and accessories. The items here come from over 70 countries including China, the United States, the Czech Republic, and Poland. Over 2000 pieces can be found right under one roof.
Owl themed folding screens, dishes, vases, sculptures, and even owl stamps are among the diverse selection on display here. When people think of an owl museum, an image of a stuffed owl usually pops into their heads. No stuffed owls can be found at this museum. It is full of many unique items.
The Owl Museum was originally a private residence. The structure was remodeled and made into a museum, but managed to keep its original charm. The owner’s second son, who majored in design, chose owl wallpaper to add to the unique atmosphere. Visitors to the museum are treated to a free, tasty cup of tea.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Ages 19 and over: 5,000 won
Ages13 - 18: 4,000 won
Ages 3 - 12: 3,000won
|Publuc parking lot available in front of museum|
|300 won per 10 minutes|
|Advanced reservation is required for the group of 15 or more|
From Anguk Station use exit # 2 and follow Samcheong-dong Road.
As you are walking down this road, you will then take the side street on your right-hand side.
You will pass the Korea Banking Institute and then walk in the direction of Samcheong Park.
You will see a sign labeled “차와 부엉이” (Tea and Owls).
After exiting from Anguk Station Exit 2, take a village bus no.2 and get off at The Board of Audit and Inspection Bus Stop.
Walk 300m passing Samcheong Park.
|owlmuseum.co.kr (Korean only)|