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Busan Museum of Art, Busan

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Art Museum Museum
Busan Museum of Art collects a diverse range of contemporary works under one roof. Explore the large facility's five floors of exhibition halls and archives, as well as its outdoor sculpture park. Brush up on what Busan's finest artists have to offer, as well as contemporary Chinese and Japanese pieces. The museum includes a cafe and gift shop; check the website to see what special exhibits are showing during your visit. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Busan Museum of Art by using our Busan tourist route planner.
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  • 1) Strange museum — almost no visitors on a week day, building is quite big, but exhibitions are tiny. Lot of empty space without people. 2) Closed on mondays. 3) Free admission for permanent exhibiti...  more »
  • Visited while in busan in November 2016. Easy access via the busan metro. I only was in the building with the gift shop which had some French impressionist prints to purchase. Modern art style in exhi...  more »
  • Art museum is so so, big and they have nice collection, but i would like to recommend Ufan Lee's museum. It placed inside of Busan Art museum. there is extra charge. but the collection and building is...  more »
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  • space lee ufan is an incredible retrospective of his works in a perfectly meditative environment. The museum itself is small yet lovely, but the real gem here is space lee ufan
  • Has both free and paid sections. Neat and not too crowded. Only draw back is the lack of artwork by foreign artists
  • I would call this a clean space. The collections they show case are really nice. The space is not too crowded and the each gallery had a couple of staffs who could help you with the art. Majority of the collections are from local artists and a couple of spaces dedicated to foreign artists. The museum also has a souvenir shop dedicated to Korean art.
  • It's a great space but they only get good exhibitions a few times a year.
  • Great public art museum. Lee Ufan space is astonishing.