Incheon Metropolitan City Museum
Incheon Metropolitan City Museum opened in April 1946 and been serving as a cultural space for Incheon citizens ever since. With a 60 year history, the museum has been hosted many exhibitions, musical performances and other cultural and social events for the public.
The museum underwent a major transformation and had a reopening on July 10, 2006 adding more spacious exhibition halls and facilities like a library and cafeteria.
Close to Incheon Palmido Island, the museum allows visitors to learn the history of Incheon, which played a significant role in protecting the Korean peninsula from many invasions in the past, as well as enjoy the breathtaking ocean view.
Incheon Metropolitan City Museum is dedicated to research and regional preservation programs founded within the region’s site, and offers many ancient artifact exhibitions hard to find elsewhere.
Address: 26, Cheongnyang-ro 160beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
인천광역시 연수구 청량로160번길 26 (옥련동)
Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
For more info: +82-32-440-6750~1