Famous Museums in Jeju

The museums in Jeju give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Jeju with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Jeju. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Jeju.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Jeju.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Jeju:

  1. Udo Island

    Museum, Beach, Island, Light House

    The name 'Udo' literally means 'cow' - the locals think that the island looks like a cow lying down. 3.5 km off the coast of Jeju, the island can be reached by ferry. The island is a lava plateau. Most of the land is used to grow crops such as sweet potatoes, garlic, and peanuts. Visited by about a million people every year, its landscape is quite pretty. Its main attractions are: The Seobin B...Read more
  2. Trick Art Museum Korea

    3.9 (1398 Votes)
    Trick Art Museum Korea

    Museum

    The museum is a sister attraction to Jeju's mysterious road, in that its exhibits revolve entirely around optical illusions. It is the third such museum in South Korea. Science and special paint technology combine to bring alive pictures and paintings throughout the museum. There are five sections to the museum - trick art, digital art, object art, sculpture, and Provence art. As for examples o...Read more
  3. Jeju Folklore & Natural Museum

    Museum

    The museum is standard fare for attractions of its kind. There are four main areas: The Natural History Hall: Exhibits on geology, local plants and animals, marine life. The Folklore Exhibition Hall I: The 2381 items and artefacts in this hall give you an insight into Jeju's history and ancient culture. The Folklore Exhibition Hall II: This hall follows contemporary rural traditions ...Read more
  4. Jeju Stone Park

    4.4 (517 Votes)
    Jeju Stone Park

    Park, Statue, Specialty Museum

    The island of Jeju has a rich mythological history. For many Koreans the island resembles Paradise. This stone Park does a wonderful job of communicating that mystique. There are three main walking trails. Stone figures and structures decorate and loom over these trails. The highlights of the park are: The Sky Pond : A feature that plays a prominent role in Jeju's legend The Jeju Stone Museum ...Read more
  5. Haenyeo Museum

    4.2 (228 Votes)
    Haenyeo Museum

    Specialty Museum

    One of this island’s more enduring traditions and sites are the Hanyeo - diving fisherwomen. These industrious folk dive down for shellfish, seaweed, and other marine goods without any diving equipment whatsoever. All they carry are swimming goggles, baskets, and a balancing tube. This museum is dedicated to the history, lifestyle and culture. There are three exhibition Hall, as follows: ...Read more
  6. Teseum Jeju

    3.8 (482 Votes)
    Teseum Jeju

    Museum, Specialty Museum

    A teddy bear museum may be unexpected, but it's still adorable. This museum was one of the first of its kind in the world. Teddy bears and stuffed toys of all kinds are arranged adorably around the museum's two floors. Sizes and costumes vary widely. And honestly, where else are you going to see teddies dressed in the traditional dresses of ethnic communities around the world. Tigers, dolphins,...Read more
  7. Jeju Folk Village Museum

    4 (159 Votes)
    Jeju Folk Village Museum Image
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    Museum

    The Jeju Folk Village Museum is one of the prime tourist attractions in Jeju. With more than 100 houses and facilities restored from the 1890s, the village museum effectively takes you back in time. Occupying a land of 40 acres, the museum is home to the Mountain Village, the Fishing Village, the Hill-Country Village, and the Shamanism Village. The Jeju Folk Village Museum has an extensive coll...Read more
  8. Jeju National Museum

    4.1 (58 Votes)
    Jeju National Museum

    Museum

    Jeju National Museum is an exciting place to explore for history buffs. Focusing on the history and culture of Jeju Island, this museum documents and displays how Jeju has developed over the years. Its collection includes artifacts excavated from ancient ruins, objects from prehistoric age along with relics that hold cultural importance. You will also come across a traditional culture experienc...Read more
  9. O Sulloc Museum

    3.9 (40 Votes)
    O Sulloc Museum Image
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    Museum

    If you are someone who has like Korean tea and would want to know more about it, you should visit the O’Sulloc Museum and witness for yourself various interesting exhibits about Korean tea history and traditions. Home to a teacup gallery, an indoor garden, and a tea store, the museum sees over 1.5 million visitors every year. Get to know about the Korean tea tradition at Tea Stone, watch ...Read more
  10. Teddy Bear Museum

    3.8 (113 Votes)
    Teddy Bear Museum

    Museum

    There can be no better place to visit in Jeju than the Teddy Bear Museum when you are vacationing here with kids. Step into the museum and you will see many life-size stuffed teddies. These toys not only manage to entertain the children but also leave adults in awe. While you get to view many wonderful teddy bears, you also get to know about the history of this world-favorite toy which goes bac...Read more
  11. Jeju Museum Of War History And Peace Image
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    Museum

    If the Japanese colonial period history seems fascinating to you, pay a visit to the Jeju Museum of War, History & Peace. The place has a video theater where visitors are provided with insights on the misery of war and the Gama Oreum Volcanic Cone Japanese Underground Fortress which is a registered cultural heritage site. Also home to the exhibition hall which has significant displays inclu...Read more
  12. Jeju Museum Of Contemporary Art

    Museum

    Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the wonderful points of interest in Jeju. With a combination of indoor as well as outdoor exhibition space, this place has a lot to offer. You will get to see paintings by Korean artists Kim Heng-sou and Park Kwang-jin that have become part of the permanent exhibits. The outdoor space is dotted with a number of sculptures. There is a performance hall on...Read more
  13. Nexon Computer Museum

    Museum

    Nexon Computer Museum with a collection of thousands of items makes for an interesting place to explore. It is considered to be the first museum in the country focusing on the history of computers and video games. It is spread over 4 floors, each one dedicated to a different theme. Exploring the section of video games is bound to be a nostalgic experience. One of the unique tourist attractions ...Read more
  14. Banglimwon Image
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    Museum

    Banglimwon is a one-of-its-kind museum as it is dedicated to wildflowers. Adorned with stones and home to numerous foreign as well as endemic Korean flowers, this vibrant place welcomes you with refreshing fragrances. It is spread over 4 acres and mainly works as a flower garden. You can learn about different species here. Explore the trail winding through the flower displays and you will be ab...Read more
  15. Arario Museum Tapdong Cinema Image
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    Museum

    Arario Museum Tapdong Cinema is an interesting art museum. It has 5 floors housing artworks of artists like Kohei Nawa, Ugo Rondinone, and Andy Warhol to name a few. Located in a vintage building, this structure was originally used as a cinema theater for many years. It was converted into an art museum in the 2010s. You can click photos, take an audio tour, and explore the exhibits at your own ...Read more