Notice on Changes to Photography Rules in
the Cultural Exchange Exhibition Hall
From 6 April 2021 onward, visitors will be able to take photos of the exhibits (with exceptions) in our permanent Cultural Exchange Exhibition Hall. Photography is also permitted in the Entrance Hall and Ajippa (Interactive Exhibition Gallery) on the first floor of the museum. Please note that photography rules in Special Exhibitions are reviewed on an exhibition-by-exhibition basis.
Rules and guidelines regarding photography in the Cultural Exchange Exhibition Hall:
Please refrain from taking photos of displays or in rooms marked with the “no photography” sign.
No flash photography or lighting equipment
No tripods, unipods, or selfie sticks
Please be considerate of other visitors when taking photographs, and refrain from behavior that may inconvenience others, including but not limited to taking group photos in the exhibition hall, and blocking the exhibits for prolonged periods of time.
- Videography is not permitted in the exhibition hall.
- Please refrain from taking photos of displays or in rooms marked with the “no photography” sign.
Rules and guidelines regarding use of photos:
Photos taken in the museum may be uploaded on the internet. However, they may not be used for commercial purposes, including but not limited to:
- Use in magazines, leaflets, and other mass-distributed publications
- Use on company websites
- Use to develop or create commercial products
- Display in photography exhibitions charging entrance fees
- Paid photography work
- Provision to third parties who intend on using them for commercial purposes
Members of the public who wish to use photos taken in the museum for purposes such as news reports, publications, on their websites, or in their research, should contact the museum via email at email@example.com.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.