This Center was opened April 2007 to inform the public of the cultural and ecological value and importance of the endangered species and to perform the comprehensive and systematic research, investigation, exhibition and education for others. The exhibition hall contains stuffed animals, images, and photos of endangered species of Korea along with informative explanations. The first floor houses the exhibition hall, offices, and a storage room. The second flour houses an auditorium, and a rooftop resting place. The Center is filled with 270 pieces of works:
- 203 pieces of the animal samples, 5
- 6 panels of endangered species,
- 6 movies, and
- 5 search kiosks.
The Center is closed every Monday, Lunar New Year’s Day, Chuseok and admission is free. If you want a group admission of more than 20 people, or foreign language service, please make a reservation.