The Busan area began to be inhabited since the Late Paleolithic Period (20,000～15,000 B.C.). Since 7,000～8,000 years ago, the Neolithic people lived along the coast where abundant marine resource were available.
Joseon and Japan established diplomatic relations in 1404. However, Japanese pirates, who had been rampant since the late Goryeo period, continued to pillage the southern provinces.
Kiln Exhibition introduces production procedures of an earthenware-Kiln and a Tile-Kiln used the Age of the Unified Silla period and the Joseon Dynasty. Touchable tiles are displayed as well.
About 40 stone-built items such as Dongnae Nammunbi, Cheokhwabi, Yakjojechalbi, Sacheseokgyobi, etc. are displayed at the outdoor field.
Donation center displays the donated remains and nameplates with donators’ name are made to admire their noble intention.
The ground floor of the 1st exhibition hall is Culture Experience Center. You could experience various cultural history through touching remains, printing a rubbed copy, erecting stone pagoda and wooden parts for the edge of the eaves and trying folk crafts.
Total remains are approximately 21, 300 items including 1000 items of excavation burial cultural properties that were excavated from historic sites at Deokcheon-dong, Nopo-dong, old tombs, Gimhaeeupseong in Busan, Gyeongnam area,