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About Teddy Bear Museum, Jeju-si

A teddy bear museum is a museum about teddy bears. There are many teddy bear museums around the world. The world's first Teddy Bear Museum was based in Petersfield, Hampshire, England, It was founded by Judy Sparrow in 1984, and housed a collection of antique teddy bears and related items. It was closed in 2006. The British broadcaster Gyles Brandreth founded a Teddy Bear Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon, which has been relocated to Newby Hall, Ripon, in North Yorkshire. The V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green also has an extensive range of teddy bears. The Jeju Teddy bear museum in South Korea has many kinds of teddy bears from various countries. It is divided into three sections: History Hall, Art Hall, and Project Exhibit Hall.

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You are looking at travel information of Teddy Bear Museum in Jeju-si. Although listed here, Teddy Bear Museum is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Jeju-si.

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Address: 2889 Saekdal-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea

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Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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  • Was a substantially more interesting place than I expected for it to be. Yes, let's get the suspense out of the way; there are stuffed bears everywhere. But the care and thought that went into the preparation of each exhibit was apparent and commendable. Some of the displays, including life-sized ones with which you interact, were laugh-out-loud funny. Appreciated the curator's sense of humor. Highly recommend.

  • Its so cute 💕 Good place for kids and girls. You can take many nice photos 😬ah it also has a huge bear

  • I am a Korean. And I dont recommend this at all... Not worth paying money to see what they have... very poor and nothing worth money to see. Better go to 박물관은 살아있다. It's the same admission fee but has so much to see and do.

  • Teddy bear in all sort of actions. Well designed, attractive display. Many young visitors there.

  • Creative and adorable! There's a teddy bear of everything! Elvis, the Thinker, the Berlin Wall being torn down, etc! There's even a show of teddy bear Elvis singing on a stage! Highly recommended.

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