One of the places we visited while at Jeju island was this Teddy Bear Museum. It was located in the same area as the Botanic garden and three waterfalls which we visited on the same day.
It seemed rather eerie seeing life size teddy bears starring at you. I am more used to seeing handheld size bears which are more chubby and cuddly like the ones that I have at home.
Music inspired theme collage on bears using CDs and also paper cut outs of dancer bears.
The bears in this showcase was made between 1900-1910. There are more then 100++ years old. It’s really ingenious how they were made back in the olden days.
I found this exhibit extremely cute. Teddy bears driving husky dogs through the snow. It’s really cool to see the teddy bears being dressed up in winter gear.
I would certainly love to have this set up for a room in a doll house which I have. Love the realistic decor and having bears this size as accessories to play within a doll house would be super cool!!
The teddy’s performing the dragon dance celebrating the new year in this exhibit. There were a few teddy bears which went around in a circle as they paraded along with the dragon.
A real teddy bear picnic with teddy bears. It does give a realistic view of teddy bears going on a teddy bear picnic.
A teddy bear fruit vendor selling his produce. The set up was more like a farmer’s market store in the countryside.
A whole showcase of bears including mine and Tiger girl’s favourite care bears.
Doggie boy’s favourite bear- Pooh bear
Do you have a favourite bear?