[Gyeongju Tour] Donggungwon (Gyeongju East Palace Garden)

Gyeongju Donggungwon ; Gyeongju East Palace Garden

A reproduction of Donggung and Wolji, the first zoo and botanical garden in Korea, 
Gyeongju East Place Garden (Gyeongju Donggungwon) is 
today located at the Bomun Lake Resort which is easy to access. 

 The Gyeongju East Place Garden covers a total area of 64,830㎡ 
between Sogeumgangsan Mountain and Myeonghwalsanseong Fortress.

 It boasts the Donggung botanical garden -- a great sightseeing experience in all four seasons. 


There are also the experience facilities of agricultural research, and the privately owned Bird Park.

 The experience facilities of agricultural research cover a gross area of 14,000㎡ and 
were constructed so as to create a place for experiencing agricultural research and rural-urban exchange.
 The facilities include glass greenhouse, plastic greenhouses and fruit tree packing. 
With its streamlined construction of a form resembling a bird’s nest over a gross area of 5,000㎡,
 Bird Park exhibits 900 flowers and birds of 250 species such as penguins, parrots, and flamingos. 
Bird Park, the nation's largest single building (in scale) with advanced construction, 
lets you experience flowers and birds in any season.

Gyeongju East Place Garden will do its utmost to open up a healing venue by establishing a new paradigm of tourism culture based on the storytelling approach of the historical background of Gyeongju. 

* Operation Guide * 

  • Hours of operation : 09:00 ~ 20:00 (last admission 18:00)
  • Closures : Open year-round

* Admission Fee * 

  • ※ Individual: adult 18,000 KRW, military & police 16,000 KRW, 
  • adolescent 16,000 KRW, child 12,000 KRW, toddler 9,000 KRW

  • ※ Group: adult 14,000 KRW, military & police 12,000 KRW, 
  • adolescent 12,000 KRW, child 9,000 KRW, toddler 7,000 KRW

Business hours * 

 09:00 ~ 20:00(last admission 18:00)

Contact ☎ +82-54-779-8725
Website : http://www.gyeongjuepg.kr
 Address : 74-14, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do


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