Exhivbition

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Exhibition Hall 1

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.

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Exhibition Hall 2

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.

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Kiln Exhibition Hall

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.

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Outdoor exhibition

About 40 stone-built items such as Dongnae Nammunbi, Cheokhwabi, Yakjojechalbi, Sacheseokgyobi, etc. are displayed at the outdoor field.

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Donation center

Donation center displays the donated remains and nameplates with donators’ name are made to admire their noble intention.

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History experience room

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.

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Main collections

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,

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Special exhibition Hall

Once or twice a year, special exhibitions are held to provide a variety of viewing to the public. These special exhibitions allow the public to enjoy remains from many different regions and cultures.

Collections

  • Yeongtaeinyeonmyeong Napseoksariraho National Treasure No. 233
  • Yeongtaeinyeonmyeong Napseoksariraho National Treasure No. 333
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09:00~20:00 the ticket office closes one hour before the museum
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