5-Days Children's Museum (Planetarium)

The Hiroshima Children's Museum (Planetarium) is a museum for children that provides them with a place where they can experience science through "observing, touching, trying, creating and checking", so that they may develop and nurture both a mind for science and the spirit to create a new culture for the future. From its planetarium show, which is displayed on a 20-meter-diameter dome, to its other interesting science shows, the museum is full of fun!

INFORMATION

Address
〒730-0011 5-83 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi
TEL
082-222-5346
URL
http://www.pyonta.city.hiroshima.jp/english/index.html
Open
9:00~17:00
Closed
Mondays
The day after a national holiday.
(*The museum is open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, except for the period from December 29th to January 3rd, and then closed on the day after a holiday.)
December 29th~January 3rd
※Occasional temporary closures.
Access
Approximately 300m from "Genbaku Dome-mae (Atomic Bomb Dome)", accessible from Hiroshima Station by taking a Hiroshima Electric Railway streetcar.
Fee
Individual:
Children Free, High school students 250yen, Adults 510yen, 65years old and older 250yen
Groups (30 or more):
Children Free, High school students 200yen, Adults 500yen, 65years old and older 200yen
Admission to all areas outside the planetarium (capacity 340) is free.

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