The National Daegu Museum was built to preserve and display the cultural heritage of Daegu and Gyeonggido. It is a masonry building with a basement and two floors above ground. In the Ancient Exhibition Hall, historical artifacts from the Paleolithic Age to the Three Kingdoms period can be seen. In the Art Exhibition Hall, there are Buddhist sculptures, Buddhist statues, Buddhist handicrafts, etc. Here you can learn about the Buddhist culture in the northern part of Gyeonggido.
I went to Hangzhou with my girlfriend. I can see a lot of food, clothing and shelter in ancient Korea. I like this place, to feel the history of different nationalities, but also a perfect journey.
The museum is not big. It has two floors. The exhibition hall is on the second floor. Clean and tidy, there are introductory folders in the hall, Chinese, Japanese and English versions. Mainly unearthed pottery pots and cultural relics, as well as Asian national costumes.
It's a relatively large museum in Korea. There are not many exhibitions, there are regular explanations, as well as video explanations, I think it's good.
I like it here. I've been here with her. Very good.
The museum is the first stop in Daegu and it feels quite good. It was Sunday and there should be a Chinese interpreter, but maybe it was because something happened at home and did not come, so I heard the Korean explanation. The aunt of the lecture was very good. At first, she was worried about whether she could understand it, because there were many professional terms in it. But when she gave the lecture, she slowly said that some places would be changed into simple words. So after listening, she gained a lot. After more than an hour of lecture, she slowly turned around and learned a lot.
It is a masonry building with one floor underground and two floors above ground. Its style is exquisite and elegant. It takes more than half a day to browse carefully. The opening hours are nine to six, but they are free on the first Sunday of each month.
There are many utensils and cultural relics unearthed from ancient Korea, and many of them are related to Buddhism. Friends who like this kind of history and culture can come and see it.
I have seen many museums, but I don't like to go to them very much. But after I have been there, I feel good and need to watch them carefully.
Beautiful environment and rich cultural relics are worth visiting.
It may not compare with the provincial museums in the second-tier cities of China. The overall feeling is general, and there is no popularity. However, the content of the exhibition is very interesting and the staff is relatively streamlined.