This park is basically a replica of a Kyoto neighbourhood set a few hundred years in the past. There are a few building you can enter and walk around. If you want to see and walk around a replica old city I suggest the Osaka housing museum instead. There are a couple of shows you can see, live dramas/performances. There is a haunted house, although not a very scary one. And there are a few people dressed up and acting like time-period characters. The park seems rather dated and unchanged since it opened decades ago. I think children might enjoy this attraction and it does offer an alternative to temple or shrine viewing. If you have an extended amount of time in Kyoto and need some extra activities, then this park may just be your answer. If you have time constraints then this is definitely one attraction you can skip. After all, Kyoto has many old preserved neighbourhoods that are much more interesting.
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