The theme park opened its door on May 2015. At Taegeukjjeon, ancienct office of kings, statues of King Suro and Queen Heo stands tall. The large twin fish with a head of a dragon and a holy turtle is put on display as well. Behind Taegeukjjeon, Garakjungjun(ancient residence of King Suro) is found. The Story House of Queen Heo, stands on to the right, is exhibiting the details of Queen Heo’s arrival story from India. Various experience programs such as the Gaya Theme Experience(bow designing, archery, etc), Handicraft Experience(woodcraft, knot tying, traditional kite), Pottery Experience(spinning wheels, flowerpot design), Ironware Experience(foundry show, trowel design), and Clothing Experience(traditional dress of Gaya) are available and are perfect for children to learn about Gaya in an active and creative way. Gaya Warrior Adventure is an ecofriendly adventure where you can romp around and experience the courage and spirit of King Suro.