Silla History Gallery
This is an exhibition hall, where you can discover the millennial kingdom of Silla, which thrived in the southeastern part of the Korean peninsula from 57 BC until 935 AD. The exhibition is divided into four sections to chronologically present the history of Silla and the region, and there is an exhibition hall that sheds light on “Silla, the Land of Gold.”
Silla Art Gallery
The Silla Art Gallery presents the brilliant history, culture and arts of Silla. Since its opening in May 2002, it has undergone transformations through an improvement project in 2008 and reorganization work in 2013.
Wolji Gallery presents around a thousand cultural assets that were carefully selected from some 30,000 cultural assets dating from the Unified Silla Period that were discovered in the Donggung (lit. East Palace) and Wolji (Anapji) Pond in Gyeongju.
Treasury of the Silla Millennium
The Treasury of the Silla Millennium is a storage facility built to store the cultural properties discovered in the Gyeongsang-do area safely and effectively.
Outdoor Exhibition Area
On the yard of the Gyeongju National Museum, there are around 1,100 pieces of stone sculptures and works such as a belfry, stone pagodas, stone Buddha statues, memorial stone supports, and stylobates. Most of these have been transferred on to this site from old temple, palace and fortress sites in Gyeongju and the surrounding area.