Tourist Attractions per Theme

Gallery&Museum Eco Museum

Writer신철희Date11/21/2019

Eco Museum1
  • Location

    Bucheon

  • Address

    (381, Chunui-dong) 660, Gilju-ro, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

  • TEL

    +82-32-625-3503

The Eco Museum is a three-story building with a single-level basement on a land area of 27,127 ㎡ and floor area of 22,378 ㎡.

The Eco Museum is Bucheon’s first museum. Bucheon collected the relics of natural history and founded this museum to attract a variety of museums as part of its project called "Cultural City of the 21st Century, Bucheon".
The Eco Museum is a three-story building with a single-level basement on a land area of 27,127 ㎡ and floor area of 22,378 ㎡. This eco education center consists of various exhibition halls, with the museum River Exhibition Hall and Eco Experience Hall on the first floor. You can see a variety of freshwater fishes of Korea in the River Eco Hall and observe living insects, reptiles, and amphibians in the Eco Experience Hall. The second floor consists of 3 exhibition halls, where the Insect Hall exhibits the fossils and specimens of insects and Dinosaur Hall displays dinosaurs’ adventures and fossils.

Eco Museum hands-on/educational programs and cultural activities
Thinking & Dinosaur Collage
Watch a dinosaur video + Make a dinosaur collage (Kindergarten groups | 11am-12pm, 1st and 3rd Thursdays, April through October)​
Storytelling Insect Origami
Read insect storybook + Insect origami (Kindergarten groups | 11am-12pm, 2nd and 4th Thursdays, April through October)
I’m the King of Animal Clay!
Make dinosaurs, insects, and animals using clay (Families with preschoolers or elementary school students | 2pm-4:30pm, every Saturday year-round)​
Natural Craft Studio
Make insects and animals using natural materials (Families with preschoolers or elementary school students | 2pm-4:30pm, every Sunday year-round)
​Science Class for Creative Kids
Elementary school curriculum-associated experiments + Crafts (Elementary school students | 10:30am-2pm, Summer/Winter vacations)
​Cultural Days of the Four Seasons
Cultural activities of the four seasons + Hands-on program (Last Wednesday of March, June, September, and December)​

Opening hours : March through October: 9:30am-6pm | November through February: 9:30am-5:30pm
Closed : Every Monday | January 1 | Lunar New Year’s day and Chuseok
Admission : Adults: KRW 2,000 | Middle/High school students: KRW 1,500 | Elementary school students: KRW 1,000 | Children ages 3 to 6: KRW 1,000
Directions : Exit 1 of Kkachiul Station (Line 7) (3-minute walk)