ClayArch Gimhae Museum
The name 'ClayArch' was coined after "Clay" that refers to soil and "Arch" that refers to Architect. The name represents the basic spirit of ClayArch, which try to devise futuristic development in the Architecture Ceramic field through cooperation of science, art, education and industry.
Gaya Theme park
The Gaya Theme park is situated in the magnificent scenery of Shino Mountain equipped with total leisure sports facilities including a golf range. We invite you to take a half-day journey into the forest where it provides unique pleasure of the total leisure town equipped with various kinds of convenient facilities.
Traditional Korean House Gimhae
The Traditional Korean House Gimhae, where you can experience Korean traditional Hanok life and learn wisdom and intelligence of the ancestors is constructed on a 1250 pyong lot at Bonghwang-dong 425-13 bunji zone. The Traditional Korean House Gimhae is composed in 7 Hanok buildings of An-che (A main quarters),
Gimhae National Museum
This museum was built to collect the relics of Gaya culture and systematically organize them by period to facilitate understanding of Gaya culture and to promote its excellence. The museum was built on this site to bring in the power of Gujibong Peak, the birthplace of Gaya Kingdom.
In Naeoe-dong, Gimhae, when you look at the mountain on the east, an interesting building is visible at the top of the mountain. The mountain looks like it is nesting an egg. This is Gimhae Observatory, the only public observatory in Yeongnam area. It was opened in February, 2002.
Daeseong-Dong Tombs Museum
Relics excavated from the tombs in Daeseong-dong are on display in this museum. The museum unveils the hidden truth about Geumgwan Gaya and proves that this area was the site of Geumgwan Gaya. The museum has exhibition halls on the first floor and auxiliary facilities on the underground floor.
The President's birth place
Jinyong Bonghwang village, a birth place of the President Roh Moo Hyun .
The Jinyong Bonghwang village is located under the Bonghwa Mountain (140m above the sea level), 4.5km eastern part from Jinyong-eup.
Gimhae Culture Center
The Gimhae Culture Center was established on September 1956. It was approved as a corporation on October 21, 1964 and was approved as the Gimhae Culture Center in September 1994 in accordance with the Local Culture Center Promotion Act. The center is currently establishing local history research as an affiliated group and is organized with a chief,
Gaya Kingdom was a powerful ancient kingdom with advanced ironware culture. Gimhae was the site of Garak Kingdom and many historical sites and relics including Gujibong Peak, Tomb of King Suro, and the tombs in Daeseong-dong are located in Gimhae. And efforts to reestablish the history of Gaya are underway.
Historic Site No. 2. This 7m high, 130m long and 30m wide hill was formed in the early Iron Age. A section revealing shell layer and white shells on the hill are visible because a village was formed near the south of the hill and houses were built underneath the northeast cliff. This place was first discovered in 1907.