The purpose of this study was to verify how experience elements of the exhibition affect leisure satisfaction of married woman by applying four experience areas suggested by Pine & Gilmore, that are, entertainment, education, esthetics and escapism, into experience exhibition. Generally, this experience has shown positive impact on all of environmental, psychological, and social satisfaction. As a result, we can conclude that housewives satisfy more when the elements of experience are stronger. Also, entertainment elements, such as fun and enjoyment indicate satisfaction on environment, psychology, and social as well as aesthetic elements. This study suggest that it is necessary to intensify aesthetic elements of experience, and also organize a program which can relieve their psychological stability and tension through art-experience exhibition in order to meet their leisure satisfaction.