The museum focuses on exhibits on Seoul's cultural heritage and tradition, and supports academic studies for students and faculty at the University of Seoul. The museum has approximately 3,200 pieces in its collection, such as relics, crafts, mementos, prints and photographs ranging from the primeval period to modern times. The museum also publishesjournals regarding excavations and holds a special annual exhibition.
|Working Hours||Weekdays Morning - 10:00 ~ 17:00 / Afternoon – 13:00 ~ 17:00|
|Closed Day||Every 4th of Saturday|
|School founding day(May 1st)|
|Official national holiday(including Sunday)|
|Group Visit||It is highly recommended to reserve prior to visit and viewing under the supervision of an instructor in case of group visitation in case of group visitation.|
|Location||Address: University of Seoul 163, Seoulsiripdae-ro(90 Junnong Dong) , Dongdaemoon Gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea 02504|