This three-story museum rises above the surrounding neighborhood and is difficult to overlook. On the first floor, visitors will find a toy library, pond, and rest space. On the second floor, there is a history hall and library where you may learn more about the area’s cultural heritage, and on the third floor, there is a special exhibition hall and Hanok exhibition hall. Outside, there are installations to see, as well as a rooftop area. Adults pay ₩1,000, while children pay ₩500.