Beartree Park is a beautiful natural space in Chungcheongnam that is built to honor the Manchurian Black Bear and the delicate balance between man and nature. Indoor and outdoor botanical gardens, junipers, wild flowers, irises, and bonsais are tended with the utmost of care and visitors are given strict instructions on how to enjoy the space to the fullest without harming the plants or upsetting the animals.

In addition to the stunning grounds that unfold new beauties each season, visitors to Beartree Park will be able to see a variety of animals up-close. At the Koi pond, visitors can buy food to feed the fish; at the bear enclosure, visitors can walk above the bears and drop down food. There’s even an experience program where children (and animal lovers) can take a walk with baby bears or feed deer by hand!



217, Sinsong-ro, Jeondong-myeon, , Sejong-si[Google Map]



N/A (Open all year round)



(Korean, English)



How To Use


Parking Facilities: 






Seoul Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Jochion Bus Terminal.

Exit out the street and take a left along Jochiwonro Road (404m).
right at the first four-way intersection and take a bus 960 (Jeondong, Beartree,
Songseong 3-ri) in front of Sejong Post Office Bus Stop. Get off at Beartree
Park Bus Stop.



Additional Info


Admission Fees: 

Adults (ages over 19): 13,000 won / Children (ages 3-19): 8,000 won

* Group discount (20 people or more) - Adults: 10,000 won / Children: 7,000 won
* Seniors and handicapped visitors: 10,000 won

Mangyeongbiwon (Secret garden) has an additional admission fee (2,000 won).


Available Facilities: 

Welcome restaurant, slingshot
Bear food court, cafe, Beartree shop, Teddybear shop, experience hall


Facilities for the Handicapped: 

Free wheelchair rentals


Parking Fees: 



tel: +82-41-866-7766

zipcode: 30009

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-41-866-7766

usetime: April - September: 09:00 - 18:30
October - March: 09:00 - 18:00
* Closing time: around sunset
* Visitors will be granted admission up to 2 hours before closing

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