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Maizuru Natural Culture Park (舞鶴自然文化園)

4.5

Park / Green Space

The Oura Peninsula's Maizuru Natural Culture Park is blessed with a rich natural environment, including a camellia garden (about 1,500 species and 30,000 plants) and a hydrangea garden (about 100 varieties and 100,000 plants). The park fills with visitors when the flowers are in bloom. They have activities like nature games and guide-led nature tours, as well as programs to get you in touch with nature like nature walks and star gazing sessions.

place

Kyoto Maidurushi Taneji 24-12 (Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea)

phone 0773681187
place

[Mar.-Sep.]9:00-17:00
[Oct.-Feb.]9:00-16:30

Review of Maizuru Natural Cultural Park

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/08/10 綺麗なアジサイを楽しめました
アジサイ祭り期間の土曜日に行きました。色とりどりのアジサイが咲き乱れていました。また、舞鶴湾を見渡す景色も良かったです。

なお、園内の遊歩道は舗装されていますが、アップダウンがあるので歩きやすい靴で行くことをお勧めします。
Reviewed:2019/06/23 紫陽花の海
紫陽花の海と名付けられた一角 まさに海のようです! こんなにもアジサイにまみれるところってあるでしょうか そして高台にあるので実際アジサイ越しに海も見えます。空気もきれいでほんとにいい所。 紫陽花シーズンは駐車場並びますが、敷地内に入れば人でいっぱいってこともなく鑑賞できます
Reviewed:2019/02/12 舞鶴自然文化園シーズンオフ
私はシーズンオフに訪れたので人も見かけず広い園内をぐるっと歩いてピクニックした感じでした。やはり紫陽花か椿の季節に来るのがいいでしょう。

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Address
Kyoto Maidurushi Taneji 24-12 [map]
Area
Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea
Phone
0773681187
Hours
[Mar.-Sep.]9:00-17:00
[Oct.-Feb.]9:00-16:30
Closed
12/29-1/3
Fees
[Admission fee] Free
*[Adult]500yen/[Children]250yen during Tsubaki Garden and Ajisai Garden
Parking Lot
Available(100spaces)
※Free
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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