Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims (コクリツナガサキゲンバクシボツシャツイトウヘイワキネンカン)

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Opened July 6, 2003, this hall serves as a memorial to those lost to the atomic bomb and as a place to pass along testimonies of those who survived to the next generation. Around 70,000 lights are lit up at night to represent those who died in Nagasaki by December of 1945.

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Address 852-8117 長崎県長崎市平野町7-8
TEL 095-814-0055
FAX 095-814-0056
Hours of Operation April 1ーApril 30: 8:30~17:30
May 1ーAugust 31: 8:30~18:30 (Entrance until 20:00 for August 7ーAugust 9)
September 1ーMarch 31:8:30~17:30
Closed December 29ーDecember 31.
Price Free of charge
Parking Cars:100 yen for the first hour, 100 yen for every 30 minutes after that
*Check the official website for information for buses and microbuses
Access 4 minutes' walk from Atomic Bomb Museum Streetcar Stop
Website https://www.peace-nagasaki.go.jp/en/
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