足立美術館

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日本一の庭園をつくった男 足立全康

開館時間・入館料について

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Hours

Open year round
April-September: 9:00-17:30
October-March: 9:00-17:00

※ Please note that the underground walkway connecting the main building and the Annex will close 15 minutes before the museum’s posted closing time.
The museum is open 7days a week.
The Annex closes every few months for the refreshment of exhibits.
The Annex will close on:
Feb 7, 2018 Apr 18, 2018 July 11, 2018 Oct 11-12, 2018
Nov 5-6, 2018 Jan 16, 2019

Parking

Free
  • The parking lot can accommodate 40 buses and 400 family cars.

Accessibility

  • 6 wheelchairs and 2 baby strollers available at the Front Desk, free of charge. Advanced reservations are not available.
  • Accessible restrooms with wide space and diaper change table are located at both the main building and the Annex.
  • 8 designated car spaces are available for guest with disabilities.

Admission

Revised on April 1, 2014
Admission Fee
(Tax included)
Single Group
(20 or more)
Group
(100 or more)
Adults 2,300yen 1,900yen 1,700yen
University Students 1,800yen 1,500yen 1,300yen
High School Students 1,000yen 800yen 700yen
Elementary or
Junior High School
Students
500yen 400yen 300yen

※ We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diners and JCB.

Audio Guide:
Our audio devices offer commentary on the Japanese gardens and some of the art works on display.

Language Fee
Japanese 500yen/device
(Commentary on Japanese gardens and works)
English 500yen/device
(Commentary on Japanese gardens and works)
Mandarin 300yen/device
(Commentary on Japanese gardens and Yokoyama Taikan, but not works)

Please note the following points of etiquette
for the consideration of other guests and the preservation of the art works.

■ Please quietly appreciate the works in the building, and refrain from any behavior that may disturb other visitors.
■ Please disable ring tones/alerts on your cell phone, and refrain from talking on the phone in the museum buildings. There is a calling booth  available beside the lobby in the main building.
■ Smoking is prohibited inside the museum. There is a designated smoking area outside the museum.
■ Guests with small children are asked to ensure they avoid running around and touching the art works. The safety of our guests is very important to us.
■ All forms of photography, video recording and sketching are prohibited in the museum. However, the gardens can be photographed freely.
■ Please do not touch any exhibits or showcases.
■ Please refrain from eating and drinking in the museum. For specific medical exceptions, please ask a member of cafe staff.
■ Do not bring in any dangerous items. Please do not bring in any animals and pets,except for service dogs.