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Aug. 31, 2020 UPDATE

The Museum of Kyoto

- 京都文化博物館 -
Traveler Friendly
English, Chinese, and Korean leaflets are available
Information
Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean
Languages spoken
Japanese only
410 17 --- 0 reviews
Aug. 31, 2020 UPDATE

The Museum of Kyoto

- 京都文化博物館 -
Traveler Friendly
English, Chinese, and Korean leaflets are available
Information
Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean
Languages spoken
Japanese only
410 17 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Take a look at the history and culture of Kyoto at this museum
The Museum of Kyoto is a comprehensive cultural facility for introducing the history and culture of Kyoto in a way that is easy to understand. In addition to the varied special exhibitions and movie theater, the Museum has Roji Tenpo, a street of shops and restaurants based on traditional Kyoto townhouse designs. And you can relax, knowing that museum brochures, on-site guidance, explanations and signs are all written in English, Chinese, and Korean.
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Open Hours
Exhibition 10am - 7:30pm (must enter by 7pm) Special exhibition 10am - 6pm *Every Friday, the special exhibition stays open until 7:30pm, and last entry is until 30 minutes before that time. Annex 10:00am - 7:30pm * You can enter the restaurant by 8:30pm
Reservations
Not accepted
Closed
Open all year *Closed on Mondays (Except when national holiday falls on a Monday) and year-end holidays (December 28 - January 4)
Price range
Exhibition: adult ¥500 / college students ¥400 / high school students and younger free (group discounts are available for groups of 20 or more) Special exhibition: may change for special exhibits Annex: free (except for special event)
Credit cards
Not accepted
Popular exhibits may become crowded. Photos may be taken only on the first floor and in the Annex. *When exhibits are held in the Annex, photo taking is prohibited.
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