Shonandai Cultural Center Children's Museum

Shonandai Cultural Center Children's Museum

The Children’s Hall located in the Shonandai Cultural Center, a 5-minute walk from the Shonandai station, is also commonly used for shooting TV dramas, its characterized by its globe shaped building. There is a planetarium with a 160 reclining seats in the hall and the “Touching and Experiencing” exhibited under the theme of ethnology and science in the basement. It is a facility aiming to nurture children’s interest and creativity to the universe, but it is a fulfilling content that stimulates adult curiosity.

Shonandai Cultural Center Children's Museum
ADDRESS 1-8 Shōnandai, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0466-45-1500 



(If it's a holiday on Monday、we will close on Tuesday instead)、Year-end and New Year holidays ※Open during summer holidays


Exhibiton Hall Entrance fee 300 yen(high school students or older)、100 yen (children)、Space Theater Entrance fee 500 yen (Adults)、200 yen (Children) 


Odakyu Enoshima Line, Sagami Railway Izumino Line、Yokohama Municipal Subway 


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