|Seoul Museum of Chicken Art (서울닭문화관)|
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|Located in Bukchon, the Seoul Museum of Chicken Art is a private museum that opened in December of 2006.
With a theme of the fowl in both the East and the West, the museum exhibits crafts expressing ideas of the chicken through different contexts of culture and art. In Korean, the museum is actually called a Culture Center of Chicken Art. This means that it has on exhibit, all artwork related to chicken, regardless of when or where they come from and by whom they were made. The curator of the museum hopes that it will become a space for sharing, learning, and feeling.
The two-story building has a rest area, a permanent gallery on the first floor and a special gallery on the second floor. The special exhibitions are organized to reflect the changing seasons. Visitors can expect to find different chicken art and culture in every season.
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|1st Floor – Main Exhibition Hall & Rest Area (coffee and refreshments)
2nd Floor – Special Exhibition Hall (Themed Exhibitions: 4 per year)
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Adults 3,000won / Group
Children 2,000won / Group 1,000 won
※Group: 20 or more people
|5 spaces (Free)|
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
|Subway line 3, Anguk Station, Exit #2. Take village bus #2 and get off at Ahnkookzen. Or it takes 5 - 6 mins from the station by walk.|