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All reviews children and adults english translation periodic table great for kids human body interactive activities nagoya city self explanatory special exhibit japanese language all ages few hours a lot of fun planetarium lab exhibits tickets
The first thing that gets your attention when going to the Nagoya City Science Museum is the unique architecture of the building. A giant sphere structure that is great to take photos of from the end of the street. We bought tickets to the planetarium...More
Kids will be so much enjoyable visiting this place, it offers lots of science knowledge for kids and adults like us. I went there with my 15 years old son, he just walked here and there non-stop till I and my wife had to tell...More
This museum was very interesting. I visited it with my wife and children. And the museum has many things for all ages. Another interesting thing was their way to show the science by simulation and real experience. What made me boring only the planetarium that...More
The science Museum has plenty of interactive exhibits you can learn from. Most are in Japanese but it was still enjoyable to play with them. It is suitable for people of all ages. Only 400 jpy for general entry and an extra 400 for the...More
We had a blast here and it felt like there was a lot to do. Try to catch the wind demonstration. It is geared towards the whole family but young kids would enjoy it too. The robotic t-Rex was my sons favorite, but he opted...More
This museum is better than our expectations. We thought that all the exhibition would be written in Japanese and we wouldn't understand. However, some of the exhibits were self-explanatory. As a matter of fact, the space movie we didn't go. But we spent a lot...More
You could spend hours exploring this museum and planetarium. The displays are mostly hands on, interactive and totally engaging. It is hard to go past this as a great way to explore all things scientific first hand.
The world largest dome planetarium with 35 meter of diameter was opened in 2011. Don’t miss the four large-scale exhibitions featuring an aurora film shown in a -30°C and a 9 meter tall man-made tornado which is the main attraction of this Museum.
Our visit to this museum was one that is unexpected. Just because my kids wanted to visit and off we went. At first we were unsure if we could really enjoy the place given that everything is written in Japanese, and the App-based audio guided...More