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DCTravelers69 wrote a review Aug 2017
Fort Collins, Colorado704 contributions240 helpful votes
We went here with our family and it was a nice stop for about an hour. There are tons of hands on learning type events and my kids enjoyed the glassed in room with telescopes. It's certainly a nice place to cool off on a hot day.
Date of experience: August 2017
26waynew wrote a review Feb 2017
Melbourne, Australia170 contributions54 helpful votes
There is not a lot to see here apart from some fish in aquariums and a few of the legendary Marimo algae balls. The main function when we visited appeared to be equipment hire of skis and snowshoes.
Date of experience: February 2017
DorothyCheong wrote a review Nov 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,273 contributions236 helpful votes
We came by to this museum to see the history of Akankoso and have more information on the Marimo which is a unique algae found only in Lake Akanko. It is free entrance.
Date of experience: October 2016
hckok77 wrote a review Feb 2016
Ipoh, Malaysia3,166 contributions226 helpful votes
Even you didnt join their tour, should come here to see some history regard ecology. Nice modal, few live fish and marimo (during winter, only here bcoz observatory closed).
Date of experience: February 2016
joikamiru wrote a review Oct 2015
Singapore, Singapore111 contributions24 helpful votes
We signed up for a trek in the nearby forest and Tarou and Jirou lakes. The Museum provided us with snow boots and snow shoes and the guide was with us throughout the trek. He doesn't speak English (we could understand Japanese) and once in while he shared information about the forests, like pointing out bear marks or deer footsteps which we really appreciated. …
Date of experience: April 2015