Outline of Yokohama History Museum
Under the theme of "Daily life and social history in Yokohama," the Yokohama History Museum exhibits historial items of the city area over 30,000 years .The round-shaped Permanent Exhibition Room is divided into six booths from the one for the Prehistory to that of the modern history. As there is no pre-set visiting order, you can start any era at your choice.
Adjacent to the museum, there is Otsuka/Saikachido Relics Park. The relics in the park are designated as National Historic Sites and reproduced pit dwellings, loop moat and a necropolis in Yayoi Era are displayed.
Also, "Tsuzuki Private House Garden" where the old house of Nagasawa Family, built in the middle of the Tokugawa Period, has been reconstructed and the outdoor Plaza with athletic facilities make this museum and the park fun places to learn history.
Notification of Reopening
The Yokohama History Museum has been temporarily closed for repair work since August 2019, and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection since April 2020.
With the lifting of the state of emergency, we will reopen on Tuesday, June 2 by limiting time and public access and taking all measures to prevent the spread of the infection.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Until further notice, the opening hours will be changed as follows:
9:00 am to 4:30 pm (Admission until 4:00 pm)
Pre-Book Your Visit
The admission ticket is sold on our advanced booking website in order to reduce, as much as possible, the risk of the virus being carried and transmitted through our facilities. Please purchase your ticket online before visiting the museum. Holders of free admission tickets and all types of discount tickets are also required to book.
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