During our adventure at the N Seoul Tower, we also visited the Teddy Bear Museum. The museum depicts the past, present, and future of Korea thru cute teddy bears. (This post will mostly be pictures, as I feel they speak for themselves.)
The museum is not that big, you can walk through in less than an hour, sidetracked by some picture taking.Ticket price is at W8000 for adults, W6,000 for teens and W5,000 for kids. You can actually save a bit if you buy the Teddy Bear Museum and Observatory combo ticket.
The construction of the Gyeongbokkung Palace.
Life at the palace, take note of the kid teddy bear writing on the wall, reminds me of my daughter when she was young.
Beautiful and detailed teddy bears representing scenes in Korean history.
I, of course always manage to find food in everything and saw the details of the small plates of banchan in the diorama.
Moving forward in history.
A winter scene of Myeongdong including the Myeongdong Cathedral.
The Cookin’ Nanta show, not to be missed as we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.
Some break dancin’ teddies.
While the teddy bears in the mueseum are mostly small there are some life sized ones too.
The museum ends with a small gift shop where you can buy some souvenirs. We all enjoyed the furry and cuddly romp thru Korea’s history.
Teddy Bear MuseumN Seoul Tower
S-Th – 10AM to 11PM
F-Sat – 10AM to 10PM
W8000 for adults
W6,000 for teens
W5,000 for kids
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