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- Aichi Museum of Flight
Outside of Nagoya
Aichi Museum of Flight
An aircraft museum located at the Prefectural Nagoya Airport.
It has displays of real aircrafts, including the YS-11—the first post-war passenger aircraft made in Japan, which made its first flight at Nagoya Airport. It also offers experiential programs, such as trying your hand at being a pilot or mechanic, and a science lab where you can have fun learning about how planes fly.
Toyoba, Toyoyama Town, Nishikasugai County (Within the grounds of the Prefectural Nagoya Airport)
|Area||Outside of Nagoya|
|Access||20–40 min. by bus from Nagoya Station, Sakae Station, Nishiharu Station, or Kachigawa Station|
|Opening Hours||9:30～17:00 (Last entrance at 16:30)|
|Cost||Adults: 1,000 yen, high school/university students: 800 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 500 yen|
|Parking||Around 10 spaces for large sized buses. 200 yen/hour (free for one hour after entering)|
|Remarks||There is no parking for privately owned vehicles at this facility. Please use public transportation.|
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