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Outdoor Exhibits

Visitors can enjoy three areas, the square of history, the history of the maglev train and the national defense science exhibition that cannot be show inside a building.

Main Exhibitions

  • 1. Outdoor Science Playground

    The outdoor exhibit is connected to the water science experience park exhibitions where you can have access to outdoor science experience exhibits. There are science games and resting facilities in place from young children to elementary students.

  • 2. History Plaza

    The history Plaza is located in front of the science museum and through games using the principles of water allow for the learning of science principles at the water science park. The outdoor square displays our nation’s excellent science technology through artifacts and allows for its enjoyment while taking a rest.

  • 3. Maglev Train Experience Hall
    • KOMAG-01 : Developed in 1990 by the Korean Electric Research Institution as the first maglev train
    • HML-03 : Maglev train operated in the EXPO exhibtion of 1993 in Daejeon
    • UTM-01 : Maglev train test operated since 1997 at Korea’s Machine Research Institution
  • 4. National Defense Science Exhibitions

    The exhibition of national defense technology, such as F-86, F-5A, tanks, 8 inch self-propelled gun and the underground probe donated by professor Jung- Woong Na at KAIST that promotes the advanced technology and awareness for national security.

  • 5. Meteorological Observations Exhibitions

    A portable weather radar, provided by the WMO(World Meteorological Organization) and UNDP(United Nations Development Programme) on display, is the latest equipment used for the purpose of observation and signal processing through computers for weather research related works in South Korea. An identical model has been installed in Seogwipo since 1987 for weather analysis in the Jeju area.

  • 6. Space Science Park

    A theme park has been created so that visitors can construct and connect a storyline of the past, present and future of space science and it is a place where they can extend their imagination in regards to space.