as one of reknowned histroric sites in capital of Seoul (Historic Site No. 297),
the museum is located within Mongchontoseong Station (Seoul Subway Line 8),
and it houses the best-known relics and remains from ancient Baekje culture. The highlight
of its exhibition includes the discoveries from Hangang River as well as more
of early kingdom's great heritages.
The Mongchon Museum of History displays artifacts from the excavations of the earthen fortifications as well as other artifacts of the Baekje Kingdom period, offering a glimpse into Baekje culture. A model of a Baekje dugout hut site reveals ancient dwelling patterns.
Also, the facility displays perfectly preserved model of ancient houses,
tombs, giving you the feel of traveling back to prehistoric ages. The museum serves as an educational institution for children and families, providing a
wide assortment of cultural programs.
However, visitors should note that some programs are limited as reservations
are required for participation.
Seoul Metropolitan Government
Total 1,663.2㎡ (504 pyeong)
Exhibition areas 745.8㎡ (226 pyeong)
Theater areas 42.9㎡ (13 pyeong)
Museum Storage 99㎡ (30 pyeong)
Management Office 775.5㎡ (235 pyeong)
Baekje historical remains excavated from Hangang River (approx. 244 items) on display.
Exhibition Hall Information
Seoul's ancient history and culture
- Seoul's prehistoric artifacts and cultural
- Ancient tombs
- Seoul's ancient fortress wall
- Pungnaptoseong Fortress
- About Goguryeo and Silla's culture
- Cultural exchanges in the past
* Please refer
to the official website for more information (Korean only)
Admission / Participation Fees
Free of charge
Parking is available at Olympic Park North Gate 2 (P4)
Fee will be charged.
Group requires reservation in advance
baekjemuseum.seoul.go.kr (Korean only)