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What if you are worried about where to go? Let's go to Gyeonggi Northern Three Musketeers! - Republic of Korea

What if you are worried about where to go? Let's go to Gyeonggi Northern Three Musketeers!

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'Where should we go again this year?' As soon as I leave the house, I am afraid of the traffic jam, but the innocent eyes of the children who want to enjoy the blue sky of May are very eager. If you are burdened with crowds of famous places and are tired of similar events, let's take a look at children's attractions in northern Gyeonggi-do with relatively few people, new sights and various experience facilities.
Amazing Park, located at the foot of Suwibong Peak, Pocheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, is a complex cultural space of nature + science + relaxation. It is a science playground where you can see, touch, feel and explore the principles of science. The first welcoming spectator on a winding mountain trail is the `` Suspension Bridge '', which is 130 meters in Nature Zone. This arched wag that connects the forest of healing across the valley offers an experience of walking in the sky.
At Science Zone's Amazing Park Science Museum, students learn science and engineering knowledge by moving around 200 engineering instruments. The Amazing Swing, a large swing that moves between more than 100 streams falling from a height of 4.5 meters, is the most popular item in the museum. It is a ride that can be safely enjoyed by both men and women of all ages.
Outside the science hall, the slopes include the Solar System, which rotates a large watermill, and a 23-meter Giant Fountain, where giant cog wheels engage, starting with a rotating table that spins round the water. With the recently installed house line, you can have all this under your feet and enjoy the thrill of flying.
The Northern Children's Museum in Gyeonggi-do, Pocheon and neighboring Dongducheon, opened in May 2016. Located at the foot of Soyosan Mountain, we are running a program to foster children's creativity and emotion with the motto of “dreaming children in the forest.”
The first floor is a dinosaur zone that every child likes. You can experience various dinosaurs in various ways, including fossils, models, and screens. Climber zones climb the giant herbivorous dinosaur Brachiosaurus and are always a popular course for children to line up.
On the 2nd floor, there is a forest ecosystem zone for exploring deep forests, a water zone for adventures of water droplets, and an architecture zone for exploring the homes of animals in nature. In mid-June, the floor fountain rises in the front yard of the pavilion, and a full-scale water park opens in the back garden.
Yangju City Hwangsaji Temple Museum in Yangju City was the main headquarters of Korean temples in the late Goryeo Dynasty. It is a specialized museum built to store, research, exhibit and educate the next generation. The shady temple, which is still under excavation, is not only huge but also characterized by palace-like buildings and architecture.
In the exhibition room, you can see the dragon gate black and white, which was used only in the palace, and the royal ceramics along with the sloppy.
The title of the special exhibition, which will continue until July 1, is <Back of Da-ram, 厠>. The discovery of the country's largest back ground (toilet and side) at the slate rock reexamines the eating habits and culture of the old man. Outside the museum, there are plenty of lawns, benches to relax, and tents.

Travel info

Pocheon Amazing Park

-Address: 860, Tapsin-ro, Sinbuk-myeon, Pocheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Inquiries: 031-532-1881


Northern Gyeonggi Children's Museum

-Address: 46, Pyeonghwa-ro 2910beon-gil, Dongducheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Contact: 031-860-2860


Yangzhou City Rock Museum

-Address: 11 Hoeamsa-gil, Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do

Contact: 031-8082-4187


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