The Misawa Aviation & Science Museum, Aomori is one of the Japan’s largest aeronautical science museum, located on Misawa City where was departure place of “Miss Veedol” when it succeeded to fly non-stop across the Pacific Ocean as the first airplane in the world. There is a replica of “Miss Veedol” and a Japan made passenger aircraft “YS-11” and others on display. Visitors, both of adults and children, can enjoy learning science and technology with displays and hands-on exhibits, such as a flight simulator.
|Address||158 Kitayama, Misawa-shi, Aomori 033-0022|
|Open||9:00-17:00(Entrance closes at 16:30)|
|Closed||Closed: Monday (The following day is closed when Monday is a national holiday.)
December 30th - January 1st
|Price||Adult; ¥510 (¥400), High school students; ¥300 (¥240), Junior high school students and under; Free
*Admission fee for group is noted in brackets above.