Mangyongdae Native House, Pyongyang | North Korea Travel Guide
Mangyongdae is the birthplace of President Kim Il Sung and where he spent his childhood. It has been established as a sacred place for the North Korean people.
The Mangyongdae Revolutionary Museum was opened to the public in 1970.
Mangyongdae is situated on the banks of the Taedonggang River.
It is situated just a short walk from Mangyongdae Funfair.
On display at the Mangyongdae Native House are historic relics used by the President in his childhood, and other materials preserved in their original state.
You can look into the different rooms of the house and see how Kim Il Sung and his family used to live, and the materials they used to use.
Other things on display include: