Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Incheon is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Incheon a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Incheon.
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11, Songhakdong1-ga, Jung-gu, Incheon-si 11
09:00 am - 09:00 pm
Previously named as Manguk Park, Jayu Freedom Park is located in Mt. Eungbongsan, near the port. This park also has another name, Seo Park, when the Japanese power became stronger. However, after the statue of General MacArthur was erected, the park got its present name. At present, the statue of General MacArthur is one of the tourist attractions ...
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635 Onsu-ri, Gilsang-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon, South Korea
08:00 am - 06:00 pm
Originally this temple was known as Jinjongsa during Goryeo dynasty. It is located in Samrangseong fortress. It was build in order to protect the land from the foreign invaders. As you pass through the entrance gate of the temple, you are going to be in awe of the architectural artwork, done in the main building Daeungbojeon. Inside Daeungbojeon, t...
Located at Seokmodo Island, Bomunsa Temple was built by the Great Buddhist priest, Hoejong Daesa. While entering the temple, you will see a 600 year old Chinese juniper tree. Behind the tree, a small Buddhist temple is there within a cave. Though the entrance might seem to be small, the room inside the temple is quite huge. At the backside of the t...
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199-1, Unnam-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
This temple is closely located to Incheon International Airport and sits on the northeastern slopes of Baegunsan Mountain. The temple was first named as ‘Baegunsa’ during the reign of King Munmu of the Silla Kingdom. Later on, during Joseon Dynasty, the temple became a temporary residence for Heungseon Daewongun. When his son came into ...