Just north of the main gate of Changgyeonggung Palace is Seoul National Science Museum which features interesting exhibits for both children and adults.
The museum which is often missed by most tourists features three floors of exciting and interactive exhibitions along with a museum shop and lounge where parents and visitors can relax and rest.
A science museum was first established in Seoul in October, 1926. After independence from Japan in 1945, the museum was officially named the Seoul National Science Museum. During the Korean War, the museum was destroyed. In 1960, the museum was rebuilt near Jongmyo Shrine. The museum was then moved to its current location in March, 1962.
By 1990, over 10 million people made their way through the museum.
Exhibition Hall First Floor
Exhibition Hall Second Floor
Outside Exhibition Hall
Directions To Seoul National Science Museum
Take Subway Line 4 to Hyehwa Station (Exit 4).
After exiting, head to the left for 270 meters to Changgyeonggung-ro.
Continue to the left for another 230 meters.
Use the crosswalk to reach the museum on the opposite side of the road.
Closed on Mondays
Adult (20-64) : 1,000
Child (7-19) : 500