Korea's first equine museum
- (02) 509 - 1275 / 509 - 1287
Since the ancient times, horses have played a role in different areas, including transport of materials, transportation, communication, agriculture, and war. They have also been sublimated as a material for various works of art like paintings and crafts. In 1988, the Korean Racing Authority opened the Equine Museum, the only museum specializing in horses in Korea, to discover and preserve the long history of the Korean horse culture.
The Equine Museum has been leading the restoration and dissemination of the disappearing horse culture through the collection and exhibition of various related materials, such as horse harnesses, artworks, and folklore, as well as support for academic research, publication of books, and experiential education.
Closed every Monday, closed on New Year's and Chuseok holidays 10:00 – 18:00
* Weekend night racing period is adjusted to park admission time