A leisurely stroll through the park with my wife. Many memorials and statues filled the green space. It was nice and the exploration took us roughly 2 hours.
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This was a beautiful heartbreaking park. As an American I was incredibly moved (and embarrassed). The remains of the Concert Hall versus the picture of the original Hall are mortifying.
A must visit place . When we visited there was a peace ceremony taking place - dignified and thought provoking spoilt by intrusive tourists taking photographs - show some respect people . The Memorial do make you think of the innocent lives that were lost...More
We have visited the Hiroshima peace museum and peace park several times now and love it every time. It is a gentle way to teach your children and remind yourself about the atrocities of war. The staff and volunteers are so lovely and helpful -...More
A must visit if you are in Hiroshima. The museum is really well laid out and provides an understanding of the total devastation suffered by the city in 1945. There is a huge amount of information about the lead up and aftermath of the bombing....More
I've been to many WWII museums and this one was at least as good as all the others, but presented a very different perspective. We received a lot of information, knowledge and testimonials that helped u understand what happened and what is being done for...More
Hiroshima was completely destroyed on 6th Aug 1945 due to the first atomic bombing in the history. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum displays pictures & other materials that portrays the horror of the bombing, supplemented by exhibits which describe Hiroshima before and after the bombing....More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Peace memorial museum. Although the main building is currently undergoing renovation, the displays available to view are well laid out and up to date. The displays provided an excellent insight into the horrific events of August 6th 1945...More