National Museum of Korea
The National Museum of Korea is the signature destination for Korean educational programming about Korean art and history. It’s where Korea’s national treasures are found. More than three million visitors a year take in more than three million square feet that house more than 310,000 artifacts, though 15,000 pieces are on display at any given time. You’ll see exhibits that stretch all the way back to Paleolithic history, and include a 10-story pagoda and gold crown.
The National Museum of Korea is free to visit, though tickets for special exhibits can run up to $15. Discover Seoul can help you plan your visit.
Please note: Prices may vary slightly, depending on exchange rates. Also, your bank may add additional fees for international charges.