Gongju National Museum


 An organization, Gongju Historic Remains Preservation, was founded to collect and preserve historic remains in Gongju in 1935. Another organization, Gongju Historic Remains Hyunchanghwoe, was organized and a museum was open in 1940.
 After the liberation from the Japanese rule, it developed into a national museum in April, 1946. After the excavation of the Tomb of King Mooryul, the museum was expanded and reconstructed with showrooms of 300 pyung in 1972.
 The museum has exhibitions in 108 categories containing with 2906 articles with 500 items from the Tomb of King Muryung. It also shows 8,300 articles of cultural remains arranged according
to historical periods.

Kongju National Museum