About Hiroshima Children’s Museum
The Hiroshima City Children’s Museum of Culture and Science is located in Ki-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, a 300-meter walk from Hiroshima Station at the Hiroshima Dentetsu train stop in front of the Atomic Bomb 0 site. Opened in 1980 in the Hiroshima City Children’s Library, it is a museum dedicated to children and is the best-known children’s museum in Hiroshima Prefecture, popular with parents and children alike.
The Hiroshima City Children’s Cultural and Scientific Museum consists of the Exploration Hall, Dreamland of the Sky, Dr. Scitech’s happy Laboratory, Science of the Astronomy, and the Theater of Apollo. The Theater of Apollo is composed of five parts, each with different facilities and purposes, aiming to provide children with more opportunities to “see, touch, try, do and verify” and other hands-on experiences and to develop children’s interest in science and culture through these
How to get there
278m from Atomic Bomb Dome-mae Station in a straight line
5 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture