Approximately 2,000 vehicle models on display A science museum themed around land, sea, and air vehicles

This is a science museum with the theme of land, sea, and air vehicles, which are rare in Japan. The exhibition room on the second floor has approximately 2,000 vehicle models, displaying the evolution of vehicles from the past to the present. On the 3rd and 4th floors, ``Vehicle City'' is set up in a large atrium space with a diameter of 20 meters, one of the largest traffic panoramas in Japan, and you can operate a wide variety of vehicles using levers and buttons. In addition, you can read books about vehicles in the library on the first floor and watch video materials in the video booth. In the outdoor plaza, an atomic bombed train is displayed along with ``funny bicycles'' (separate usage fee required), teaching us the importance of peace. In addition, soil


business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission to the exhibition room and ticketing of interesting bicycles are until 16:30.
Mondays (open if it falls on a holiday, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in principle), weekdays following holidays, year-end and New Year holidays (December 29th to January 3rd), other temporary closures
Admission to the outdoor plaza on the first floor of the main building is free. Charges apply for 2nd floor and above. Individuals/adults 510 yen, seniors/high school students 250 yen Groups (more than 30 people)/adults 410 yen, seniors/high school students 200 yen *Free for junior high school students and under *Senior rates require age verification with official identification. *Discount available for Astram Line users 30 minutes of fun bicycle ride 100 yen, 1 time battery cart 100 yen
731-01432-12-2 Chorakuji Temple, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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2-12-2 Chorakuji Temple, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture

About 3 minutes by train from JR Hiroshima Station, 22 minutes by Astramline from Shin-Hakushima Station, 5 minutes on foot from Chorakuji Station

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