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We visited the JAM (Jeju Aerospace Museum) and it was stunning, I love anything connected with planes or space so I was in heaven, the displays are well laid out and there were so many interactive displays for kids too that it shows that there...More
Overall a clean, well laid-out museum at a very reasonable price at 9,000won each for adults.
- Not as many exhibits as we’ve seen at the Smithsonian in DC or Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola but still worth the visit to learn about Korea’s aviation...More
A wonderful place to take children and adults can have a good time as well.
There are many shows and interactive displays for children to use. They also have crafts for children.
For adults they have very informative displays as well as guided tours
Great for kids and students, educative. And interesting . It has some experience programs - you can travel in space, by air, feel it like your own. Outside park contains planes and helicopters, you can sit in some of them and take photos.
The Jeju Areospace Museum is located SSW of Jeju at road 1121. It is a huge and obvious building which you can not miss. Lot of parking places are available. Entrance fee is quite reasonable. 2 adults and one child for 28k Won. Good and...More
C1 ( 2016.07.13 )
I visited there for watching about flight and space. There was a big size than I think, and many aircraft and exhibits about space was exhibited. There was a good place for children to enjoy about space. The museum's construction cost...More
The museum has many airplanes on display and also an outdoor area where you can walk into the planes. Very well done, lots of information and displays. Hands on activities instructions are only in Korean, but easy to figure out. A steal for the 10,000...More
We went with a local family. There were some good things to do here but the place was so big you had to do a lot of walking and the place seemed empty. It wasn't, but it felt empty. We were all very tired after...More
First, this is located in remote place so you can only get there by taxi, rent car and etc.
If you want to take public transportation, you would have to get off at Osulloc (green tea museum) and walk for 15 min.
Second, there are...More
This was a last minute stop for our family and it was so worth it. Very kid friendly museum, interactive and hands on. They had some flight simulators, videos, pilot and astronaut costumes for the kids to try one. This is by far one of...More