The Bear Museum

Teddy Bear Museum at Jeju, Korea is slightly colder than usual The Art Hall of the Jeju Teddy Bear Museum is an interesting place to be in as you get to see some of the designer teddy bears, made by the renowned designers of the world. There is a section, which displays the smallest teddy bears of the world. The smallest of them is of 4.5mm in length.

The Project Exhibit Hall displays the teddy bears put in groups according to the themes of their groups. The garden area of the Jeju Teddy Bear Museum displays teddy bears in their sculptured forms.

The Jeju Teddy Bear Museum also has a bar, a café and a restaurant, where you can choose to spend some time appreciating the teddy bears. The museum also has a shop from where you can buy your favorite teddy bear.

There are many Teddy Bear Museums around the world. The world's first Teddy Bear Museum was based in Petersfield, Hampshire, England, It was founded by Judy Sparrow in 1984, and housed a collection of antique teddy bears and related items. It was closed in 2006. The British broadcaster Gyles Brandreth founded a Teddy Bear Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon, which has possibly been relocated to Wimbledon, in London. The V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green also has an extensive range of teddy bears.


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