There are many immersive attractions around the world inspired by superheroes or fairytales, but did you know that there’s also an entire theme park in South Korea dedicated to cheese?
Imsil Cheese Theme Park is located in the North Jeolla Province of South Korea, where a Belgian missionary began raising goats in 1958. The country’s only cheese-themed “experiential sightseeing spot” opened in 2004, and features 32 acres of cheesy interactive experiences set inside Swiss-inspired architecture.
Attractions at Imsil Theme Park include a 4D theater, a cheese-shaped observation building, alpine slides, petting zoo, playgrounds, factory tours, a fountain show, and hands-on cheese-making opportunities.
Of course, you can eat at several cheese-centric Imsil restaurants, which serve special gold rice pizza topped with local produce, as well as authentic European cuisine.
Imsil Theme Park is open Tuesday through Thursday (except holidays) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and has a maximum capacity of only 410 guests. For more information, visit this English-language website, and watch these videos of the park: