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A single atomic bomb indiscriminately killed tens of thousands of people, profoundly disrupting and altering the lives of the survivors. Through belongings left by the victims, A-bombed artifacts, testimonies of A-bomb survivors and related materials, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum conveys to the world the horrors and the inhumane nature of nuclear weapons and spreads the message of “No More Hiroshimas.”

Hiroshima in Ruins October 5,1945 Photo by Shigeo Hayashi
Paper Cranes Folded by Sadako Donated by Shigeo and Masahiro

Note

The museum is closed today.

[Important] To prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the closure of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Schmoe House has been extended to April 12.

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Hours Open/Days Closed
*Hours Open
Last entry is 30 min. before closing time.
[Mar.-Jul.] 8:30-18:00
[Aug.] 8:30-19:00
(-20:00 on Aug. 5 and 6)
[Sept.-Nov.] 8:30-18:00
[Dec.-Feb.] 8:30-17:00
*Days Closed
Dec. 30 and 31
Admission
- Adults / ¥200 (30 or more ¥160)
- High school students / ¥100 (20 or more free)
- Junior high school students and younger / free
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