Nagoya City Science Museum
The Nagoya City Science Museum, opened in 1962, is home to the biggest planetarium in the world. The dome-shaped planetarium measures 35 meters in diameter, aims to recreate the starry sky as accurately as possible. Events and experiences at the museum are extremely hands-on, making it popular for children and even adults.
17-1, Sakae 2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last admission at 4:30 p.m.)
・Mondays (the following weekday if Monday is a public holiday) ・Third Friday or on the forth Friday in case of a public holiday. ・December 29th to January 3rd ＿Temporarily closed: 7/14, 9/5, 9/6
<Museum & Planetarium> Adults: ¥800 High school & university students: ¥500 Junior high school students & under: Free <Museum only> Adults: ¥400 High school & university students: ¥200 Junior high school students & under: Free
【English】 Multilingual Audio Guide *By installing a free application to your own smartphone, the English audio guide will play automatically when you stand close to each exhibition.
FromChubu Centrair Airport
【Chubu Int'l Airport Sta.】Meitetsu μ (mu) Sky / for Shin-unuma →【Nagoya Sta.】Higashiyama Line / for Fujigaoka →【Fushimi Sta.】about a 10-minute walka
【Nagoya Sta.】Higashiyama Line / for Fujigaoka →【Fushimi Sta.】about a 10-minute walk
【Kanayama Sta.】Meijo Line / for Sakae・Ozone →【Sakae Sta.】Higashiyama Sta. / for Takahata →【Fushimi Sta.】about a 10-minute walk