Thousands of Art Pieces in Hiroshima
Adjacent to Shukkei-en Garden, the Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is an unhurried way to spend a few hours (and in summer, a welcome break from the heat).
What You Can See There
The museum offers views of Shukkei-en from above in addition to its collection of over four thousand works of art.
Although its collection primarily focuses on Japanese artists, in particular those from Hiroshima prefecture, the museum owns Dream of Venus by Salvador Dali.
9:00am – 5:00pm
Admission ends 30 minutes before the closing time.
Closed on Mondays during the Tokugawa Treasure Exhibition and the Kaii Higashiyama Exhibition.
Also closed at the year’s end/new year.
Adults: 510 yen
College Students: 310
High school students or younger: Free
Group discounts available (20 people or more)
How to Get There
By streetcar: Take the Hiroshima Electric Railway streetcar (located in front of the JR Hiroshima Station, about a 5-minute walk).
Catch Hiroshima Electric Railway Number 2 headed for Hiroden Miyajima-guchi.
Get off at the Hatchobori stop and then transfer to the Hiroshima Electric Railway Number 9, headed for Hakushima.
Get off at the Shukkei-en mae stop. The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is a 2-minute walk from that stop.
- If you’re planning to visit both Art Museum and Shukkei-en, there is a combination ticket that allows you to enter Shukkei-en from the museum at a slightly reduced price.
- English information is limited, but the website includes general information (opening and closing times, admission fees, etc.). You can visit that website here.