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Whether you still hang out with Mr. Cuddles or just know someone who’s very fond of teddy bears, a Teddy Bear Museum tour is something you can’t pass up.
Located on JeJudo Island just off the coast of South Korea, the Teddy Bear Museum is a celebration of snuggly stuffed animals. Sightseeing in the Teddy Bear Museum will lead you through various halls devoted to showcasing the cuddly toys. One hall depicts the storied history of the teddy bear, exploring its origins in the late 1800s. Another hall showcases the teddy bear in all sorts of art, from paintings to modern television shows. Have you ever wanted to see the Mona Lisa recreated with a teddy bear? You’re in luck, because you’ll find that here. You can even view the history of the world…as depicted by teddy bears. The fall of the Berlin Wall will never look the same.
After you’ve had your fill of teddy bears reenacting Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper,” you can relax in the garden or enjoy a coffee at the museum café. No matter what time of year you visit, a trip to the Teddy Bear Museum is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a few hours of charming entertainment, and maybe—just maybe—feel like a kid again.
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