List of Martial Arts Vacations & Tourism Destinations

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List of Martial Arts Vacations & Tourism Destinations

Looking for vacation ideas? This section focuses on popular martial arts vacations and tourism destinations. It looks at destinations such as the Shaolin Temple in China, Bruce Lee's grave site in the United States, Taekwondo training centers in Korea, etc. Destination websites and visitor reviews open in a new page.

United States

  • Bruce Lee's Grave Site, 1554 15th Avenue East, Seattle, WA, USA
    1. Description - This is the final resting spot for Bruce Lee and his son, Brandon Lee.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • International Boxing Hall of Fame, Address: 1 Hall of Fame Drive, Canastota, NY 13032
    1. Description - The International Boxing Hall of Fame honors boxers, trainers and other boxing contributors from around the world.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • International Martial Arts Festival at Disney World - ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort, Florida
    1. Description - Huge martial arts festival where you can compete or just watch. There is grappling, sparring, kata, martial arts weapons demonstrations, etc. Even better, you are in the heart of Disney World. So there is lots to do if you make this festival your vacation destination.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews - ESPN Wide World of Sports
    4. Visitor Reviews - Walt Disney World
  • Martial Arts History Museum, 2319 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91506
    1. Description - The Martial Arts History Museum was "designed as an educational, cultural and artistic experience in which visitors and young people can learn about each of the different Asian countries (China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, etc.) and how martial arts played a significant role in their culture, history and traditions".
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Muhammad Ali Center, Address: 144 N. Sixth Street, Louisville, KY 40202 (Central Business District)
    1. Description - The Muhammad Ali Center features an interactive museum, educational programming and special events.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection, 2501 North Harwood St., Dallas, TX 75201
    1. Description - This is one of the largest collections of Samurai armor and weaponry outside of Japan.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews

Australia

  • Samurai Gallery Australia, First Floor, 20/22 Shields Street, Cairns, Queensland 4870, Australia
    1. Description - The Samurai Gallery Australia is the only gallery in Australia dedicated to the Arts, Armor and Weaponry of the Japanese Samurai Warrior.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews

China

  • Bruce Lee Statue, Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong, China (Tsim Sha Tsui)
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Madame Tussauds Hong Kong - Kung Fu Zone, Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
    1. Description - Look at wax figures & displays of famous martial arts movie stars such as Bruce Lee and Donnie Yen. Moreover, you will also enjoy the surrounding scenic views as Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is located on the famous Hong Kong "Peak".
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Red Theatre Beijing Kung Fu Show, No.44 Xingfu Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
    1. Description - This show focuses on a young monk overcoming obstacles in order to become a Kung Fu master.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Shaolin Temple, Songshan Mountain, Dengfeng, China
    1. Description - Shaolin Temple is the home of one of the oldest and most famous martial arts, Shaolin Kung Fu.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Wong Fei Hung Lion Dance Martial Arts Museum, Beishe Main Street, Nanhai District, Foshan 528000, China
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Wushu Museum (Shanghai), No.399 Changhai Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200000, China
    1. Description - The Wushu Museum is separated into Styles and Weapons Hall, History Hall, Temporary Exhibition Hall, Tridimensional Cinema and Multimedia Interaction Area.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews

Israel

  • Impact Krav Maga, 105 Weizmann St., Kfar Saba 44400, Israel
    1. Visitor Reviews

Japan

  • Iga-ryu Ninja Museum, 117 Ueno Marunochi, Iga 518-0873, Mie Prefecture, Japan
    1. Description - Visitors to the Iga-ryu Ninja Museum can explore a "typical ninja house" with "protections such as set traps and fake hallways". They can also watch "Iga ninja stealthily infiltrate Ueno Castle".
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Japanese Sword Museum, 4-25-10 Yoyogi, Shibuya 151-0053, Tokyo Prefecture (Shinjuku), Japan
    1. Description - This Tokyo-based museum is run by The Society for Preservation of Japanese Art Swords.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Judo (Kodokan), 1-16-30 Kasuga, Bunkyo 112-0003, Tokyo Prefecture (Yotsuya / Iidabashi), Japan
    1. Description - "The Kodokan Judo Institute(Kodokan)is the origin of Judo". They offer Judo classes, seminars, summer courses, etc.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Kogaryu Ninjutsu Yashiki, Konancho Ryuboshi, Koka 520-3311, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Myoryuji - Ninja Temple, 1-2-12 Nomachi, Kanazawa 921-8031, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
    1. According to the Japanese Kanazawa tourism website, "To countermeasure the invasion of enemies, Myoryuji Temple is provided with a variety of mechanisms. That is why this temple is also called Ninja Temple".
    2. Tourism Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Okinawa Prefecture Karate Museum, 147-2 Uehara, Nakagami-gun, Nishihara-cho 903-0125, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Samurai Kembu Theater, B1, Neo Art bldg., 35-7, Sanchome (Higashi-iru, Sanjo-hanamikoji), Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0005, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
    1. Description - This Samurai theater offers live performances as well as teaches Samurai classes, provides sword lessons, etc.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Sumo Wrestling - Ryogoku Kokugikan, Address: 1-3-28, Yokoami, Sumida 130-0015, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
    1. Visitor Reviews

South Korea

  • International Kumgang Taekwondo Center, 2&3F 736-1 Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul 158-050, South Korea
    1. Description - This Seoul-based organization offers 1 day training sessions, regular Taekwondo classes, demonstrations, a friendship exchange program & more.
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews
  • Jump! Comic Martial Arts Performance, 22 Jeong-dong, Jung-gu | 1F, Kyunghyang Arthill, Seoul 100-702, South Korea
    1. Description - This world famous musical comedy "incorporates many of Asia’s martial arts, including Korea's Taekwondo and Taekkyeon, as it tells the story of a family of martial arts specialists who have to defend their house from robbers".
    2. Website
    3. Visitor Reviews

Thailand

  • Charn Chai Muay Thai Gym, 174 Chaisongkram Road | Viangtai, Pai 58130, Thailand
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Horizon Muay Thai Boxing Camp, Ko Phangan, Thailand
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Jun Muay Thai Boxing Camp, 164/4 Moo 4 | Maret Lamai, Ko Samui 84310, Thailand
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Kobra Muay Thai Boxing Stadium, 112/22 Moo 1, Ko Phangan 84280, Thailand
    1. Visitor Reviews
  • Por Silaphai Thai Boxing Gym, 231 Moo 3 | San Pak Whan, Hang Dong 50230, Thailand
    1. Visitor Reviews





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