Inside the museum you'll find two galleries, a shop, a café and a restaurant. There is also an outdoor park where you can view the spectacular Jungmun Sea.
A collection that must not be missed is the smallest Teddy Bear in the world collection. They have sizes of 4.5mm. In the project exhibit hall you can admire teddy bears grouped to match the theme of each exhibition.
The garden is home to beautifully teddy bear sculptures and models and is decorated with various themes such as the Korean Black bear family.
09:00 - 19:00
09:00 - 22:00 (High season)
Adult 6,500 won (€4,$5.31) Youth 5,500 won (€3.66, $4.49) Child, senior and disabled visitors 4,500 won (€2.99, $3.67) Discounts apply for groups (min 20 people) Free admission for children under 3 years old
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