広島市現代美術館
  • [Closed for renovation until Spring 2023] Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

Opened in 1989, the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art was the very first public museum dedicated to contemporary art in all of Japan. Designed by renowned architect Kishō Kurokawa, the museum sits atop Hijiyama Hill, offering visitors a beautiful panoramic view of the city among the lush greenery of the hill. In addition to showcasing its collection of over 1,500 works, the museum holds regular Special Exhibits, workshops, lectures, talks by artists, and much more, to give visitors a complete picture of contemporary art. They also provide explanations of their exhibits, childcare services, and other convenient services for visitors.

The Museum is closed for renovation until Spring 2023. Please check the museum's SNS and website for their activities during the closure.

Information

[Closed for renovation until Spring 2023] Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Address
    1-1 Hijiyama Park, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City
  • Tel
    082-264-1121
  • Time
    10 am to 5 pm
    (Admission ends at 4:30 pm)
  • Access
    Streetcar: take the 5 streetcar line (bound for Hiroshima Port (Hiroshima-kō // 広島港) ) and get off at Hijiyama-shita (比治山下); it's about a 15 minute walk from there.
    Bus: Take the Maple Loop Sightseeing Bus to the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (Hiroshima City Manga Library) bus stop.
  • Fee
    Permanent Collection
    Adults: 370 yen
    University students: 270 yen
    High school students and senior citizens 65 or older: 170 yen
    Middle school students and younger: Free

    Group discounts are available for groups over 30! Please inquire directly for details.

    Special Exhibit admission prices may vary.
  • Holiday
    Mondays (except in the case of a national holiday or August 6, in which case the museum will be closed the next business day) and 12/27 to 1/1.
  • BarrierFree
    Barrier-free and fully equipped with handicapped parking, elevators, automatic doors, nursing rooms, and braille blocks. Barrier-free restrooms are also available, as well as diaper changing stations and child seats in the restrooms. Wheelchairs are also available for use free of charge.
  • MAP
    [map]
    Tap the name of the facility on Google Map and tap "View on Google Maps" to launch the application.

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