The Science Museum where a robot guide comes out to meet you!
1st floor 'Nature' corner
Center of 2nd floor 'Space' corner
2nd floor 'Light' 'Energy' 'Sound' and 'Electronics' corners
3rd floor planetarium 'Tokimekira'
|The planetarium runs three shows: an original program with live explanations of the starry sky on a theme which changes every two to three months; a regular program where you can enjoy majestic images spread across the whole dome; and a special program aimed more towards adults shown on Friday evenings. Before each program, a presentation is given introducing the constellations which can be seen during each season. After visiting the planetarium, searching the night sky for the constellations that you learned is a great way to end your trip.|
★ Planetarium show start times
11am ＊ / 1pm / 2pm ＊ / 3pm / 4pm ＊
Weekends, national holidays and spring, summer and winter holidays
11am / 1pm / 2pm / 3pm / 4pm ＊ / 5pm ＊
Show times marked ＊ are only shown during summer vacation
Hamamatsu Science Museum also has outdoor exhibitions. This photo is of a tree, which was grafted from an apple tree in Newton's garden.
|Elementary &Junior high school||FREE|
Permanent exhibitions & Planetarium
|Elementary &Junior high school||¥100|
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9:30am - 5pm (Last admission time 4:30)
9:30am - 6pm (7/20 - 8/31) (Last admission time 5:30)
Monday, the following days of holidays,
From Hamamatsu Station