Gwangju National Museum
The Exhibition Hall contains the permanent exhibition room, special exhibition room, and planned exhibition room of the Gwangju National Museum.
The Children’s Museum is a place where children can see, touch and feel Korean culture.
This is where education and cultural events organized by the Gwangju National Museum are held.
This is where research activities are carried out on the excavated materials, relics and artifacts.
Five dolmens including the ones found in Juksan, Deoksan-ri, Songgwang-myeon, Suncheon-si and Hajuk, Juksan-ri, Mundeok-myeon, Boseong-gun were restored in 1994 and are exhibited in the eastern part of the garden.
In 1987, the celadon kiln at 101-1 Yongun-ri that was surveyed in Daegu-myeon, Gangjin-gun was restored and transferred to the garden of the museum to reveal information about Gangjin celadon production.
On display is the Five-story Stone Pagoda in Jangun-dong, which is recognized for its value in that it demonstrates the stone pagoda style of the Goryeo Dynasty.