Jeju National Museum is currently presenting an exhibition of invaluable archaeological and historic relics that attest to the long history and proud culture of the Jeju. A broad collection of relics and remains excavated from various parts of the Jeju, ranging from the prehistoric era to the Joseon period (14C-19C), will be displayed.
The museum’s six permanent exhibition halls feature exhibits originating from the Jeju’s unique cultures, while the special exhibition hall stages displays on diverse themes every year.
The museum also holds diverse educational and cultural events, organizes experiential programs, and operates the Children’s Museum Olle, thereby introducing both Korean and foreign tourists to the native culture of the Jeju.
Exhibition halls have six sections such as Prehistory gallery, Tamna period gallery, Goryeo period gallery(10C-14C), Tamnasullyeokdo gallery(Scenes of early 18C), Joseon period gallery(14C-19C) and donation gallery.
Also, there is an outdoor exhibition site. So, you can take a short walk watching some everyday tools and statues made of basalt in Jeju island.
Admission fee is free and it opens every Tuesday thru Sunday at 9 AM and closes every Monday and January 1st.
You can get there by bus and taxi.
-Bus : Take Jeju international airport bus No. 38 or 100 and get off at Jeju national museum.
-Taxi : About 20 mins from Jeju international airport.