Overview A vastgreen space and park that spans over six districts including Gangbuk-gu andDobong-gu in Seoul. This park has been created on a site of 660,000 square meters,which was originally home to Dream Land. It is currently the fourth largestpark in Seoul after World Cup Park, Olympic Park, and Seoul Forest. This luxuriant,green park is surrounded by Byeogosan Mountain and Opaesan Mountain that boastdense forests and various trails. It is a resting space for Seoul citizens toappreciate the clear and expansive views and nature away from the bustling citycenter.
Contents Thepark harmoniously blends ecological landscape spaces, such as Cherry BlossomRoad, Maple Forest, Flower Garden, Deer Garden, and Cheongundapwon Garden, andtraditional landscape spaces, such as Wolyeongji Pond, Chilpokji Pond, WolgwangFalls, and Changnyeongwigung Ritual House. In addition, there is a 49.7-meterobservatory commanding a panoramic view of Seoul city. Visitors can experiencehigh-class culture at the Dream Forest Art Center and Sang Sang Tok TokGallery, which regularly hold various genres of cultural and artisticexhibitions, and enjoy tea and coffee at the restaurant and cafe located in thepark.
Accessibility Overall,the park provides excellent accessibility to the tourism vulnerable, includingwheelchair users, but access to traditional landscape spaces, includingpavilions and Changnyeongwigung Ritual House, is quite limited. There areaccessible parking spaces in the Cultural Center (West Gate) parking lot for 6vehicles and in the parking lot for visitors (East Gate) for 20 vehicles.Accessible restrooms can be found in the parking lot for visitors, Dream ForestArt Center, observatory, and the gallery. Wheelchair users can go up to theobservation deck using the inclined elevator on the second floor that can beaccessed through the elevator inside the art center. Wheelchairs and strollerscan be rented free of charge at the visitor center.