Jeonju National Museum 국립전주박물관
The Jeonju National Museum was established in 1990 as an institute for the research, preservation, and exhibition of Jeollabuk-do’s most prized cultural treasures. The museum houses over 30,000 artifacts, a majority of which were excavated from the Jeollabuk-do area, and has on exhibit over 1,300 pieces spread throughout 5 exhibition halls and 1 outdoor exhibition hall. The museum also serves as a venue for numerous cultural activities and educational programs, providing visitors with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Korea’s proud history.
・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-63-223-5651~2
・Parking Facilities : 120 parking spaces
・Closed : Mondays (the following day, if Monday is a holiday), January 1st
・Admission Fees : Free (Separate charges may apply for special exhibitions)
・Operating Hours : Weekdays: 09:00-18:00
Weekends & Holidays: 09:00-19:00
* Mar-Oct: Open until 21:00 on Sat
* Last admission: 1hr before closing
・Structure Size : Site area: 64,808㎡ / Total ground area: 13,269㎡ (9 Buildings)
・Duration : Around 1 hour
Contact Jeonju National Museum, Panning and General Affairs Division
Inquiries: +82-63-220-1010 / Fax +82-63-223-5653
From Jeonju Intercity / Express Bus Terminal, walk to Geumam Square (금암광장).
From the bus stop at Geumam Square, take Bus 9, 31, 49, 62, 354, 644 or 684.
Get off at Jeonju National Museum (국립전주박물관).
* Buses bound for Jeonju National Museum
09, 31, 49, 61, 62, 161, 354, 378, 554, 559, 644, 684, 807, 814, 816, 817, 834, 837, 838, 839, 855, 866
Ssukgogae-ro 249, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
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