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8-1 Minamiyamatemachi, Nagasaki 850-0931 Nagasaki Prefecture
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See the 10 Million Dollar Night View Private Nagasaki Tour
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See the 10 Million Dollar Night View Private Nagasaki Tour

Did you know that you can enjoy a magical nightscape in Nagasaki, where the entire city is colored with light and twinkling like a starry sky?<br>First, enjoy the beautiful Nagasaki Port at dusk at the popular "Dejima Wharf" with its stylish atmosphere and the "Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Rooftop Garden", a hole-in-the-wall spot where you can have a spectacular view of the sea all to yourself.<br>At the Inasa Observatory, you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama, known as the $10 million night view. You'll never forget the excitement that awaits you!<br>After enjoying the views, try Nagasaki's local gourmet with drinks.<br>Enjoy a nightlife in Nagasaki that will fill your stomach and your heart.
$116.05 per adult
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Safariholic wrote a review Sep 2020
Horsham, United Kingdom1,904 contributions484 helpful votes
Shot up here after the Nagasaki Bomb Museum, took some shots in front of the House round the fish ponds (no time to visit or enter) and left to go back down to lunch. The best facet of this Attraction was the escalator up. Had we had more time, who knows - we won't.
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Date of experience: October 2019
TWHK wrote a review Aug 2020
Hong Kong, China174 contributions84 helpful votes
There are many western buildings inside this site. We can see the life of foreigners in Nagasaki in the 19th century.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Gille4Travel wrote a review Jul 2020
Tokyo, Japan61 contributions6 helpful votes
Definitely visit Glover Gardens and Estates! Beautiful heritage setting overlooking the harbor and good explanations of the historic buildings.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Russell C wrote a review Mar 2020
Geelong, Australia102 contributions12 helpful votes
Glover Garden sits high above the port of Nagasaki and is the perfect place to spend a relaxing time whilst also learning a bit about the beginnings of westernization of Japan as Thomas Glover brought the Industrial Revolution to Nagasaki. The gardens and the residences of Glover and his partners take you back to the late 1800's. The views of the port and the city of Nagasaki alone are worth the price of admission. There is a tea room and and outdoor snack and beverage stand. For those who like to dress up in the fashions of the times - European style - there is a shop that will accompany it. And, for opera lovers, there is a statue of Puccini and the Japanese diva who popularized his opera set in Nagasaki - " Madame Butterfly".
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Date of experience: March 2020
tamara h wrote a review Feb 2020
Adelaide, Australia13 contributions6 helpful votes
Unfortunately when we visited Glover House was under scaffold so we didn't get to see its grandeur, but the gardens were lovely and it was a very enjoyed walking around .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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