General Information

Admission

Open
9:00-17:00 (Admission until 16:30)
Closed
Mondays except holidays (when Monday falls on a holiday, the museum is closed the following day) The year-end and New Year holidays (12/29-1/3), and periods for display changes.
Admission
Thematic ExhibitionsAdult 200 (※140) YenElementary and Junior High School Students 100 (※70) Yen
Special ExhibitionsAdult 300 (※210) YenElementary and Junior High School Students 150 (※100) Yen
※Group discount fee for 20 or more people is shown in parentheses.

The following visitors are eligible for free admission

Please show the appropriate credentials at the ticket counter.
  1. Children who attend elementary schools in Kamakura City, and children who are residents of the city.
  2. Anyone aged 65 and older who is a resident of Kamakura City
    (Please present your “Fukuju Techō” or other document showing name and address.)
  3. Anyone who holds a physical disability certificate, a rehabilitation certificate, or a learning disability certificate, and their personal companion (Please present your certificate.)
  4. Anyone who has been issued a certificate of eligibility for protection based on the Kamakura City bylaw concerning the protection of atomic bomb victims (No. 37, March 1973). (Please present your certificate.)
Access
Get off the JR Yokosuka Line or Enoden Line at Kamakura Station. Go out of the East Exit and take Komachidori Street to the north for 7 minutes. Turn to the left at the antique shop.
※There is no parking lot or bicycle rack, so please use public transportation.