[Jeju’s Themed Museum] Minimini Land of Jeju, where children can be children

As an alternative to touring the globe, visit the Jeju Miniature Park. This smaller-than-life theme park is a tourist site with miniaturized figures as its main attraction. The figures, people and structures featured in the Jeju Miniature Park are collected from 50 countries including Europe, Asia, Australia, South and North America. The figures are scaled down to 1/15th to 1/30th of their original size. The park is divided by figures from Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas, Oceania, a Fantasy Land, a World Statuary, and a Mirror Maze.
The hours are from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm and costs ₩7,000 per admittance.
▲ Miniature Land Entrance
▲ The path to enter Miniature Land
▲ Gulliver
From the get go, there are themes that are sure to excite children.
▲ Pond
▲ The Osaka Castle of Japan
Located on the west end of the Osaka Park is the Osaka Castle, which is known for the Tenshukaku and the great stone wall.
▲ Korean National Assembly Building
The National Assembly Building was constructed in 1975,
with the characteristic dome symbolizing democracy.
▲ Forbidden City of China
The Forbidden City was the quarters of the kings in China.
▲ Kindergartners
▲ Statues of remarkable individuals

▲ Cartoon Characters
For the families and children that frequent the park,
there are many themes that would interest them the most.
▲ Fairy Tale Land
▲ Dinosaur Model
▲ Cristo Redentor in Brazil
▲ Tower Bridge of England
The symbol of England, the Tower Bridge was built in 1894.
▲Moai Statues of Chile
▲ The Blue House of Korea
▲ Sidney Opera House
The Opera House, which was constructed in 1973, is the archetypal structure of Australia. To better mimic the real Opera House, the miniature was also built on water.
▲ Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy
Although constructed as an 8-story tower in 1350, the weak foundation allowed for a 1 mm tilt each year. After restorations that lasted until 2001, the tower leans at approximately 4.1 m.
▲ Eifel Tower of France
▲The Mirror Maze
Admission: ₩ 7,000
Hours 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Website: http://www.miniminiland.co.kr (Korean)
Address: San 56-4 Gyore-ri, Jocheon-eup, Jeju, Jeju-do South Korea
Phone: 82-64-782-7720
Jeju Tourism Organization Website: http://www.jejutour.go.kr/  http://www.ijto.or.kr/

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