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Being the largest park in South Korea, Everland receives almost 7 million visitors annually. What keeps people coming is the variety of themes available to choose from, as well as Everland's collection of rides, the zoo, and its very own water park.
The park is divided into five themed zones. Read on to learn more about each zone and the themes you can expect.
A zone you’ll have to pass while entering and exiting the park, the Global Fair has numerous options for photo ops, and culinary delights. You can also stop by a souvenir shop for some memorabilia.
Step into American history, where you’ll find everything from diners to American street signs. The zone is also known for its rides, especially the Double Rock Spin.
As the name suggests, head into a zone of magic and fairy tales. You’ll find that the roller coasters in this zone are also themed after fairy tales such as the Tortoise and the Hare.
Here, you’ll go right into European architecture, with fountains, royal flower gardens and French architecture. One of the main highlights of this zone is the Rotating House, where everything you know is upside down.
Head into the zoo encompassed within the theme park. Go on a safari ride, visit the petting zoo, take a pony ride or even watch animal shows. You can ride through the habitats in a confined vehicle and enjoy learning about over 201 species of animals.
The theme park gets more exciting every time you visit, as you always find something that you missed out the first time, and you keep coming back for more. Here’s a list of things to do at the park to cross off your bucket list.
Always thought sleeping under the stars might be fun but the thought of roughing it out in the woods put you off? Welcome to the world of glamping, where you can camp in luxury tents in the woods! Book a cabana on Glamping Hill, and spend the night watching the night sky and winding down after a fun day of riding roller coasters.
Apart from the exhilarating rides and roller coasters at Everland Seoul, the theme park also has its own private zoo, where you can go on safaris and visit some of the most exotic animals. Do pay a visit to the pandas, as Everland is the only place in South Korea that houses these gems, received as a diplomatic gift to Korea from China.
Spread over a massive 99 hectares, the Everland Seoul theme park has five very distinct themed zones, from American Adventure to European Adventure, allowing you to enjoy offerings from different parts of the globe under one roof. You can also step into an entirely different world of fantasy at MagicLand, Global Fair and ZooTopia.
Everland Seoul also hosts different festivals for different seasons. Depending on the time of year you’re visiting, you could catch the Winter Wonderland festival, the Snow Festival, the Spring Tulip Festival, Summer Splash, Halloween festival, Romantic Illumination and so many more!
Adding to all the hoopla, Everland is also known to host some wild parades and carnivals. Catch the Carnival Fantasy Parade which is an amalgamation of different festivals from around the world - from Brazil to Venice. The parades are also coupled with gorgeous fireworks displays.
Tired of walking around the massive Everland Seoul theme park on foot? Don't worry, as you can simply hop on a gondola and explore the park from the sky! You can get a birds-eye view of all the different themed zones, and give your legs some much-needed rest after roaming the hilly terrain.
The theme park has a collection of super exciting rides, from the world's steepest wooden roller coaster, to interesting themed rides for children. Make sure you try them all during your visit to the park, like the Magic Cookie House, Robot Car, Flash Bang Bang, Thunder Falls, Magic Swing and many more!
Keep this section handy when planning your trip to Everland, as you can learn about how to get there, timings, facilities, accessibility, and more.
Address: South Korea, Gyeonggi-do, Yongin-si, Cheoin-gu, Pogog-eup, Everland-ro, 199 KR.
A. Everland is South Korea’s largest theme park, with a zoo and water park as well.
A. You can purchase Everland Seoul tickets online.
A. Everland is located in Yongin city, 36 kms away from Seoul.
A. The Everland Seoul theme park is open from 10 AM to 10 PM every day.
A. Early fall or spring is a good time to visit Everland Seoul due to pleasant weather.
A. You would need at least one full day to explore the Everland Seoul Theme park and visit the attractions.
A. Yes, you can rent a locker to store your belongings at Everland Seoul.
A. The Everland Seoul them park is quite large and busy, so it is advisable not to leave children unattended.
A. Yes, parking facility is available within Everland Seoul theme park, with reserved parking for disabled visitors.
A. Yes, you can carry packed food and beverages inside the Everland Seoul theme park.
A. Everland has fast-food restaurants, and separate restaurants for meals, snacks and desserts.
A. Yes, strollers and wheelchairs are available on hire at Everland Seoul.
A. Yes, the Everland Seoul theme park has an infirmary and an ambulance on standby for safety purposes.
A. Yes, there are numerous baby rooms spread across Everland Seoul.
A. Being the largest park in the country, Everland has a bunch of amazing rides, parades, festivals and attractions which are must-visit.