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National Museum of Nature and Science (国立科学博物館)

Museum / Science Museum

Established in 1877, this is Japan’s largest general science museum. The permanent exhibitions include the Global Gallery, which focuses on the history of life on earth and traces the progress of humankind as well as science and technology, the Japan Gallery, which details Japan’s nature and the history of the Japanese people, and Theater 360, which screens films that can be seen in all directions, 360 degrees around. Special exhibitions are held several times throughout the year, and it is a very popular spot with many people lining up to visit the museum even on holidays.

place

Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 7-20 (Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea)

phone 05055418600
place

[Regular]9:00-17:00
[Friday Saturday]9:00-20:00
Last admission 30 minutes closing

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Address
Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 7-20 [map]
Area
Ueno / Asakusa / RyogokuArea
Phone
05055418600
Hours
[Regular]9:00-17:00
[Friday Saturday]9:00-20:00
Last admission 30 minutes closing
Closed
Monday (Tuesday for Public holiday/Holiday), 12/28-1/1
Kunmu Period (Late June.)
* Subject to change during special exhibition
Fees
[Admission fee]
[General/University students] 630yen
[Over 65/High School Students and below] Free
* Special exhibition is a separate fee Friday
Credit Card
Available (Visa, Master, JCB, DISCOVER, Diners Club, American Express)
Note
[Hello dial] 050-5541-8600

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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