Busan Marine Natural History Museum is the first and largest Marine Museum in Korea. The museum opened in 1994 to exhibit marine life. Water covers over 70% of the world’s surface and plays an important part in the lives of mankind and the earth. The museum is divided into different areas covering different regions of the world and aquatic life.
There are 2 main halls that are divided into different sections that span 2 floors. Some of those sections include Coral Hall, Aquatic Life Hall, Shark / Ray Hall, Marine Life Hall and many more. The Busan Marine Museum has plenty to offer and you can easily spend hours here taking in all the information.
Opening Hours / Admission:
The museum is open Tuesday – Sunday from 09:00 am to 18:00 pm. Last admission is 1 hour before closing. The museum is closed on Monday’s and New Year’s Day. If Monday is a national holiday the museum will open and then close the following day.
Free to all. 2,000 won if you wish to hire the audio guide.
How to get to the Busan Marine Natural History Museum:
Take line 1 to Oncheonjang station and leave exit 3 and follow the map below.
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