Marine Science Museum and Natural History Museum, Tokai University3.0
These two museums, operated by Tokai University Social Education Center, are located in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
The Marine Science Museum consists of three exhibition sections: the "Aquarium" area exhibits 350 species including tremendous sand tiger sharks and tunas, the "Marine Science Hall" features a complete skeletal specimen of an 18.5-meter-long Pygmy blue whale along with a kids laboratory and the mechanical aquarium "Mequarium" displays robot fish. There are also a corner which exhibits a variety of clownfish, a jellyfish gallery and a tsunami experiment tank which introduces the mechanism of the tsunami tidal wave.
The Natural History Museum features 15 full-body skeletal specimens of dinosaurs and ancient animals such as 26-meter-long diplodocus, triceratops and mammoth. In addition to various exhibits on ancient life, there is also a corner that introduces the nature of Shizuoka Prefecture.
Common tickets for the two museums available.
Marine Science Museum https://www.umi.muse-tokai.jp/
Natural History Museum https://www.sizen.muse-tokai.jp/
Airport/Sta.Shizuoka Airport (about 39.7km) Google Transit
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5.06 months ago
here you can learn so much .lots of sea creatures to see around the aquarium and at the dinosaur museum , is spacious enough to to explore figures of the dinosaurs . they also have a gift store at the 1st floor of both building .
5.09 months ago
Great place to see sea colourful sealife
4.02 years ago
Aquarium is really good! Not huge but surprisingly filled with large fish and so many clown fish. We are the only people here on a weekday in December. Plenty of engaging stuff for kids and space to run around outside. Only negative is 500Yen parking fee seems really steep considering there’s loads of unused space and we’re paying to go inside as well.
4.02 years ago
A local aquarium. It's a small aquarium, but many attractive contents here for kids. All the kids there looked excited.
5.0a year ago