Due to growth of Busan and demand for more extensive research on horticultural technology from the horticultural industry, Busan Protected Horticulture Research Station (BPHRS), a division of National Institute of Horticultural & Herbal Science of Korea (NIHHS), will be relocated to Ham-Ahn, Kyung-Sang-Nam-Do, Korea. The research question of this study is whether the relocation will improve the accessibility of horticultural farmers in the area, in terms of travel distance and time. To answer the question, LOGIT model (a dummy Dependent Variable Model with Cumulative Logistic Distribution Function) is used to estimate the change in probability of farmers' visit to BPHRS. Assuming unit travel cost of distance and time, change in visit cost (benefit of relocation) is estimated. As results, it is found that the cost of the farmers near the current location will increase and the cost of farmers near the candidate location will decrease, as expected. However, in total, the net benefit of relocation for accessibility if expected to 12.2 million KRW a year, which justifies the relocation in the sense of improved accessibility.