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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

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This park commemorates the explosion of the first atomic bomb, and houses the Peace Memorial Museum and monuments related to the horrific event.
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1-2 Nakajimacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0811, Hiroshima Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This was an intense experience. I am generally a sensitive person, and more or less I cried all the way through the museum. Seeing the results of the atomic bomb up close is completely different to reading about it from afar and I can recommend...More

Thank blue0rchid
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was great to see how many japanese school kids there were at age of 6 to 9. They study history, because knowledge is everything... Yes. Fears and tears during our visit, but in a good way. Lot of discussions afterwoods, so go. Now.

Thank Nestbase
Reviewed 3 days ago

A must see! Very powerful to see how the atomic bomb affected the belongs (and the people) of Hiroshima. Got to hear a first hand experience of someone who survived the blast and is still alive today. Do recommend checking out if able!!

Thank MBMatt1147
Reviewed 4 days ago

The museum, parts of which are going through retrofitting I believe, is a must visit. A short walk from the A-Bomb site and situated in the park, the museum states plain facts about what happened during the war and the devastation caused by the nuclear...More

Thank Sanjri
Reviewed 4 days ago

Some interesting interviews of survivors of the blast and aftermath. Would have rated higher except for the reconstruction which reduced the number of exhibits.

Thank Mikesflorida
Reviewed 4 days ago

took my breath away, very moving, very honest about what happened and what led up to it. The sheer Horror of what happened is a goo reason for never again using Nuclear weapons. don't know what else to say except you MUST visit this museum.

Thank Malcolm A
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

When we visited 2nd October, we were lucky enough to get a free guided tour at 10.30 am just after we walked in. It was just our family of 4 by ourselves so the tour was very intimate . Our guide showed us around the...More

Thank Georgina E
Reviewed 6 days ago

I went to the museum 18 years ago and it was ok then but this time it felt much better done. One reason is the Museum uses more technology now to illustrate what happened when the bomb was dropped. There is a replication of Hiroshima...More

Thank davegras
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nothing to say, just a big and tremandous feeling of horror and sadness. A place to be for remembering A place for hope. The biggest nation did wrong. Stupidity of both is frightening. Hope this century ´ll be better.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So unbelievably moving....very reflective visit. Exhibition is very well done with history timeline, images, objects and video interviews from those caught up in this horrific moment in history. A must visit.

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OnAir814009
1 October 2018|
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Response from Søren H | Reviewed this property |
Suggest you ask someone (or use Google ruteplanner) which trams you should take from your cruise terminal to the A Dome Memorial / Peace Memorial Museum. Trams in Hiroshima works very well. You get on and pay to the tram... More
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Fatima Z
30 July 2018|
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Response from Debbie_and_family | Reviewed this property |
The peace park and dome are open to the public -although you can’t physically get into the dome. The entrance fee is for the museum only
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Linsey H
13 July 2018|
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Response from annidil | Reviewed this property |
It says Spring 2019. The exhibition is now installed in the east building. Would be nice to know how the difference is, once it is open. I already found the temporary version quite well-made.
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