Yangpyeong Wild Flower Arboretum

A Family Garden with fun sculptures and statues, a beautiful greenhouse, summer sledding and perfect picnic spots on the connected island – that’s what you will find in Yangpyeong Wild Flower Arboretum, located in the picturesque valley of Namhangang river

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Yangpyeong Wild Flower Arboretum is a nice green area on Namhangang river – a few kilometers after Dasan Earth Park and in the immediate vicinity of Yangpyeong. The garden is full of funny sculptures, little ponds and picturesque spots where you can rest and just admire the view of surrounding mountains. Even if we visited early in the season when all the trees were still without leaves and not blooming yet, we really had a wonderful time. We especially enjoyed the giant and beautiful greenhouse with all the tropical plants and colorful spring flowers. We also took our time on the peaceful and quiet Tteodeureongseom Island with giant swings and all the wild ducks around us. It is directly connected from the Botanical Garden through a small path. This area must be great for spring or summer picnics.

The highlight of the garden is definitely its summer sledding trail. The kids really LOVED it.

Operating hours:

April-October: 09:30-18:00
November-March: 09:30-17:00

Admission:

Adults: 7,000 won
Students: 5,000 won
Children (3 years and up): 4,000 won

* Sledding: 10 rides – 5,000 won

Directions:

From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Yangpyeong Bus Terminal. Then take a taxi to Yangpyeong Wild Flower Arboretum.

For driving directions go to Seoul Map for Kids and Families

For more information go to Yangpyeong Wild Flower Arboretum (Korean only)

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