I grew up doing duck and cover drills in school. I've wanted to come to this spot since I was 15 and read about the bomb. This is a surprisingly non-political presentation. It does show Pearl Harbor although it doesn't show a direct link. It...More
About Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
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Very well laid out. If you have been to the museum in Hiroshima, this is not the same! It is small and graphic, not for the squeamish, but it happened and we should all learn from it, never more so than now!
After visiting Hiroshima previously, we thought we should visit Nagasaki. I'm glad we did. The museum and the impact area are moving. Hopefully there will be no more Atomic Bomb museums to visit.
An amazing place to visit but be warned its not for the faint hearted. Lots of exhibits, stories, memorabilia to step back in time and relive the horrors of war. It is hoped by all that we can learn from our past mistakes and for...More
We made a special effort to visit this museum as it is a reminder to all mankind what a devastating world we would have if someone was to be so stupid to ignite another. If children of the world were made to see the horrors...More
This is a fascinating museum as it shows the war from the Japanese side. There are plenty of interesting artefacts on display along with video footage. If visiting it is a must see museum.
Having visited the Hiroshima memorial my husband and I wanted to give the same respect to the people of Nagasaki. Of the two memorials Nagasaki was the stand out for us. Well done English translations for all the exhibits and a better layout without the...More
My wife and I spent a hot August summer day in the Atomic Bomb Museum. The museum is a commemoration of the unfortunate event when the US unlatched the atomic bomb on the city of Nagasaki on Aug 9, 1945 at 11.02am. The exhibits include...More