Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum

Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum

At 11:02 a.m. on August 9, 1945, the explosion of an atomic bomb devastated Nagasaki.

The ferocious heat and blast indiscriminately slaughtered its inhabitants. Even the people who managed to survive continue to this day to suffer from late effects.

Five decades have passed since that day. Now the atomic bomb survivors are advancing into old age and their memories are fading into the mist of history. The question of how to inform young people about the horror of war, the threat of nuclear weapons and the importance of the peace is therefore a matter of passing concern.

The citizens of Nagasaki pray that this miserable experience will never be repeated on Earth. We also consider it our duty to ensure that the experience is not forgotten but passed on intact to future generations.

It is imperative that we join hands with all peace-loving people around the world and strive together for the realization of lasting world peace.


Location: 7-8 Hirano-machi, Nagasaki City

Site Area: 15,391.53m2

Floor Area: 7,949.73m2

1st floor

Library room (child library corner, video corner)

1st floor basement

Entrance lobby, Atomic Bomb Museum Hall, Peace study room, Video room, Resting place, Bookshop, Tea room

2nd floor basement

Permanent exhibition room, Special exhibition room