Mok-A Buddhist Museum

Createdd 2016-11-10 Hit 220

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Introduction  

The Mok-A Buddhist Museum houses the Intangible Cultural Property No. 108. The collection of over 6,000 Buddhist relics are collected by Mok-A Park Chan-su. The three-stories museum (3 floors on the ground and 1 floor on the under) displays Buddhist paintings, statues and other Buddhist relics and crafts. Outside there is a sculpture park complete with Buddhist sculptures and statues. Of the artifacts on display at the museum, three are national treasures. The majority of the other items are those that have been handed down in various temples throughout the country for many years. Despite your religion or beliefs, the museum offers you the opportunity to witness traditional culture. 

 

Information  

 

Location   

395-2 Iho-ri, Gangcheon-myeon, Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do

 

Telephone

82-31-885-9952

 

Admissions 

Individual

– Adults : 5,000 won 

– Young Adults : 3,000 won

– Students : 4,000 won

 

Groups (20 or more)

– Adults : 4,000 won

– Young Adults : 2,000 won

– Students : 3,000 won

 

Parking 

Capacity: 20 compact cars, 50 larger cars (Parking is free) 

 

Website 

http://www.moka.or.kr/main/main.php 

 

http://www.yeoju.go.kr/culture/content/view/2/menu/2596?contentIdx=171&lang=en#thum 

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