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My family and I (kids 9 and 12) loved this museum. There was heaps for the kids to do and the climbing net (up to 12 year olds) was a massive hit. We attended on a wet day but it was well worth the visit....More
I don't know how to begin to describe this place. This place is a dream. Even if its raining, this place is worth a visit because the mood is different at different times, thus how you see it, also changes.
Enjoyed the art itself and especially the outdoor setting. We are not art snobs but experienced a relaxing and fun time walking throughout when the cable car was closed and some slight rain. It was not too crowded as were here after school started.
this is a must see attraction-a wonderful collection of fantastic sculptures set in a beautiful landscaped park
real variety of pieces - a lot of henry moores- and a big gallery of Picasso
make sure to also see the 20th century gallery above the cafe...More
I've never seen an outdoor museum, and due to them having a large Picasso exhibit (Inside of course), I wanted to visit.
Some of the sculptures are really nice, and others you would mistake for something Ghibli came up with. The Picasso area was modern...More
We did not eat at the museum cafe, and there are no other dining options within walking distance of the museum that I am aware of. I suggest that you either take the train to Gora (as suggested in the previous post) or that... More
We did not eat at the museum cafe, and there are no other dining options within walking distance of the museum that I am aware of. I suggest that you either take the train to Gora (as suggested in the previous post) or that you stop at Miyanoshita (also a close train stop). There is a very nice, small restaurant next to the Miyanoshita station called, Morimeshi, where we had a delicious, reasonably priced dinner. Next to it is a lovely cafe that has a hot spring that runs through it where you can sit at a communal table and soak your feet in the spring that runs underneath (they have some light fare there as well).