Ibaraki Nature Museum

Western Ibaraki

Traditional Crafts/Sake Breweries

Ibaraki Nature Museum is located next to Sugao Marsh, the largest nature conservation area in Ibaraki Prefecture.
The 16-hectare ground is home to the museum and a range of outdoor facilities.
Permanent exhibits showcase the history of planet Earth from prehistoric times, geology, and local flora and fauna from Ibaraki. Visitors can explore the museum then head out to observe some of the exhibits in real-time!
The museum offers free admission on two national holidays: Spring Equinox Day and Greenery Day.

Information

Address
700 Osaki, Bando City
Access
By public transport: From Moriya Station on the Tsukuba Express Line, take a Kanto Tetsudo bus bound for Iwai or Sashima . Get off at Shizen Hakubutsukan bus stop.
By car: 20 minutes via the Yawara IC on the Joban Expressway / 25 minutes via the Bando IC on the Ken-O Expressway
Business Hours
Business Hours 9:30-17:00 (last admission 16:30)
Closed Mondays (If a national holiday falls on a Monday, the museum will be open that day and closed on Tuesday)
Closed during the New Year holidays
Website
https://www.nat.museum.ibk.ed.jp/english/
Contact
TEL: 0297-38-2000
Parking
1000 parking spots

Map

No translations for '805'