Abraham Park Kenneth Vine Collection Museum, founded by Abraham Park in 1998, has a collection of 2,000 Christian items that Kenneth Vine unearthed and collected over the years.
Displays of approximately 700 remains of Ancient Egypt and Rome can be found in three exhibit areas. The first exhibit area is titled The Works of God and has approximately 300 pieces. The second exhibition area has approximately 350 pieces and is titled, 'The Fall of Man'. The third exhibit is titled 'The Way to Recover God’s Image' and houses holy scriptures from Israel along with approximately 100 other items.
-Papyrus Paper Craft: a program to craft newspaper made of papyrus paper and to write an article on ancient world history using a reed pen (the papyrus reed was used as a universal material by the Egyptians)
World Map with Puzzles
-Crafting Mummy Masks
※ Reservation is required. Call +82-2-2686-9496
※ The programs details are subject to change.
1F – Ticket booth, café
2F – Gift shop, office
3F – Exhibition Hall 1
4F – Exhibition Hall 2
5F – Special Exhibition Hall
Admission / Participation Fees
- Individual: Age 17 -
64: 2,000 won / 7-16 : 1,000 won
- Group: Age 17 and over: 1,000 won / 7-16 : 1,000 won
* Age 6 and under, age 65 and over, disabled people are free.
* Groups are more than 20 persons.
For group visit, please make advanced reservation.
For renting a space for exhibition, consult with the museum.
* Inquiries: +82-2-2686-9496
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