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Greek Mythology Museum
Greek Mythology Museum

Greek Mythology Museum

942 Gwangsan-ro, Hallim-eub, Cheju, Jeju

The Basics

Take a self-guided tour through the Greek Mythology Museum to see paintings and faux marble sculptures, as well as Greek-style costumes—which include togas and leaf crowns. If you’re tired of selfies, ask a member of staff to take photographs of you at the exhibits.

Most visitors plan to spend about an hour at the museum. To save time when you arrive, book ahead to purchase your admission ticket, which can be combined with entry to the 3D Trickeye Museum Jeju, located next door.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Greek Mythology Museum is an ideal choice for families.

  • Inside the museum, you’ll find restrooms and a convenience store selling cold drinks.

  • The museum is both wheelchair and stroller accessible and takes cash and card payments.

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How to Get There

From the bus terminal in Jeju City, take bus number 750-1, 750-2, or 750-3 and disembark at Hwajeon Village, a few minutes’ walk from the museum. If you’re traveling by car, take Pyunghwa Road in the direction of Jungmoon.

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When to Get There

The museum is open daily between 9am and 6pm. During the rainy months of October through February, the indoor museum can be a popular place to visit while staying dry.

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3D Trickeye Museum Jeju

Following your visit to the Greek Mythology Museum, go next door to the 3D Trick Eye Museum Jeju, which presents optical illusions and immersive scenes using the French art technique of trompe l’oeil (trick of the eye). Here, you’ll find an exhibition dedicated entirely to fluorescent art, in addition to imaginary scenarios where paintings can make you appear to be falling through the floor or hanging upside down, among others.

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