Jeju Stone Museum is a museum and ecological park which shows general and systemic stone culture of Jeju Island, the homeland of stones.
The Jeju Stone Museum, Exhibition Hall for Jeju Stone Culture, and traditional thatched-roof house of Jeju Island took 7 years to complete. The park open on June 3, 2006. Construction at the park finished in February 2021, after 21 years.
The Jeju Stone Museum is very big, since you will be able to see all the stone culture of Jejudo Island in one place, so it is good to have a relaxed schedule to enjoy it.
There are 48 Dol Hareubang, a Stone Pagoda to repel evil forces and misfortunes, Jeongjuseok, which acted as the front door for Jeju houses since there were no thieves, and Dongjaseok, which was placed around the tomb to soothe the grief of the deceased, which shows the afterlife view of Jeju Island, are installed in the Outdoor Exhibition Space, and it is a natural and cultural rest area.