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Central Museum

The Kyung Hee University Central Museum opened its doors in 1955 and has developed into a first-class museum (designated number 193 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism) with a focus on antiquities, history, and ethnic culture. Aside from archeological excavations and academic activities, the museum has also shaped University culture and contributed to the local community through various educational programs and exhibitions.

The exhibition rooms include the Antiquities Hall, the Shamanism Hall, the Siberia Hall, the Special Exhibition Hall, the Kyung Hee History Hall, and the IAUP Commemorative Hall. The Kyung Hee History Hall and the IAUP Commemorative Hall house materials that showcase Kyung Hee's contributions to peace through education.

4th Floor, Seoul Campus Central Library
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Central Museum