1. Permanent Exhibition Hall: The permanent exhibition is comprised of three galleries, showcasing more than 10,000 artifacts that provide a glimpse into the lives of the Koreans of the past. It takes approximately one or one and a half hours to view the exhibition.
2. Seminar Hall: Accommodating up to 200 people, this space is equipped with a high ceiling and a large window that overlooks the outdoor garden. It is used for symposia, educational programs, and meetings.
3. Education Center: Various educational programs related to the museum’s collections are operated for different groups, including families, children, and teens.
4. Museum Shop & Café: Visitors can purchase specially designed products, exhibition catalogues, handicrafts, and stationery.
Gujeong Art Center
This space is named after the sobriquet (Gujeong) of the museum’s founder.
Comprised of the Main Hall (612㎡) and two exhibition halls (437㎡) situated side-by-side, Gujeong Art Center is a space for exhibitions, performances, and other cultural events.
Children’s Learning and Activity Station: This is a space for various educational programs allowing children to understand and learn about traditional culture through fun and appealing activities.
Situated in harmony with nature, this outdoor space accommodates performances in diverse genres including classical music, gugak (Korean traditional music), jazz, and theater. It can seat up to 150 persons.