Coordinates: 37°26′3.17″N 127°1′11.91″E / 37.4342139°N 127.0199750°E
Seoul Land (or SeoulLand) is an amusement park in Gwacheon, a city in Gyeonggi-do province, South Korea. It is located in the Seoul Grand Park complex. It opened just before the 1988 Summer Olympics. It has about 40 rides, including roller coasters, and movie theaters. Seasonal festivals are held in the park. It is smaller than Everland, but closer to Seoul, about one hour away from downtown. Approximately 3–3.5 million people visit the park in a year. Roughly a third of its 300,000 m2 is green space, the rest being packed with the attractions.
Seoul Land hosts a variety of temporary exhibits. These have included:
- Early 2008: a Creation Science exhibit, organized by the Korea Association for Creation Research (KACR), which was visited by over 116,000 visitors during its three-month run