It was August 9, 1945, when the B-29 bomber attacked Nagasaki, three days after the bomb landed on Hiroshima.
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum displayed the extensive materials that relates to A-bomb, including the replica of the explosives, and vivid photos and films of the devastation, aiming to contribute to lasting peace and order.
Within the vicinity, the Peace Statue was built as a place to pray for the victims of the last world war. The museum is also near St. Marys Cathedral (Urakami Cathedral).
The museum can be reached via north of Hamaguchi tram station, or south of Matsuyama-machi tram station.
The museum is open on this schedule:
May-Aug: 8:30 AM to 6 PM (Aug 7-9, 7:30 PM); Sept-Apr (8:30 AM-5 PM).
Entrance costs 200 Yen.
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