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It's a must visit place. If you're not already with a tour group then it's best to read up before. I'm not sure if there are on site guides available but there are audio phones available inside the museum.
The museum reminds all of its...More
For everyone who wants to learn about the history, and for our human collective consciousness about this tragedy, that this should never happen again. Guides are available, also listening devices for a tour in the museum.
I appreciated how the museum used articles of clothing to tell the stories of individual people affected by the atomic bomb. Bombing is so impersonal it's good to remember how innocent people are killed and give them a story. I don't know if I'd bring...More