European Porcelain Museum
482, Sosa-ro, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea
European Porcelain Museum is a themed museum that opened in May 2003 when Director Bok Jeonyeongja donated to the city of Bucheon European porcelain and glass works (crystal) and antique furniture from the 18th century to modern times that she had collected for decades, to help citizens expand their scope of understanding of European culture and enhance a global sense and perspective.
A unique opportunity to encounter a variety of premium porcelain is offered including those of Germany’s Meissen, developers of the first-ever Chinese style white porcelain in Europe, France’s Sevres displaying the height of splendor by gold-painted adornments, British porcelain that developed bone china for a significant achievement in the world’s porcelain history, Royal Copenhagen of Denmark, Herend of Hungary as well as Czech Republic, Korea, China and Japan.
|Hours||09:00 ~ 18:00|
|Closed on||Every Monday, day after holidays, January 1st, Korean New Year’s Day and Chuseok|
|Admission fee||1,000 KRW for adults, 600 KRW for students, free for children under the age of 5, free for senior citizens over the age of 65 (based on individual admission)|
Take a bus towards Bucheon Stadium
Bus No. 95, 56 and 60 from Sosa Station
Bus No. 3, 8, 75 and 606 from Bucheon Station
Bus No. 2305 and 700 from Songnae Station