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While visiting Seoul, my son kept asking to see dinosaur bones so we decided to check out the Seodaemun Museum of Natural History. We arrived just after the museum opened at 9 and we were the only ones there. The entrance fee for adults is...More
We went all the family, my kids are 5, 12 and 15. They really enjoyed but the only problem that nearly everything is in Korean.
But it was not the big problem, the like the Dinos and earth development
I truly recommend to go, specially...More
We went yesterday with my 3 kids (5, 12 and 15). Was really fun but I don put 5 stars because nearly everything was in Korean.
For the little one is no a problem because he enjoying mostly looking but the others are different.
I have seen many Natural History Museums and this is for sure not the largest but the rock and minerals collection displayed here is absolutely outstanding. Seoul has a lot to offer tourist, so depends on the time available to you and your interests; you...More
This structure and museum is like a step back in time for Korean heritage and culture. It is very beautiful here, especially around fall and/or spring. After a short trip to this museum, you can easily go around the corner and you will be in...More
Although a relatively small museum (three floors) for natural history, the facility has a wealth of exhibits and visual fodder to keep young ones occupied. A lack of English description limits a full appreciation of the content, but a good and cheap ($3) way to...More
This museum is tucked away and hidden from regular traffic, but don't expect that to mean it'll be empty. The adult fee is a reasonable 3,000 won. There are lockers on the main floor for you to store bags or coats.
The museum is not...More
There were three floors. The first was Human & Nature Hall and Central Hall, and the second was Life Evolution Hall, and the third was Earth Environment Hall. There were many animals, plants, and miniatures. But if you go there, you'll be not that...More