Private tour of Hiroshima suitable for cruise passengers
Explore the tragic past of Hiroshima and its hope for the future during this memorable, half-day sightseeing excursion.
An exterior visit is made to the Atomic Bomb Dome, the skeletal remains of the former Industrial Promotion Hall. The dome serves as a visual reminder of the death and destruction of the atom bomb, and is the only blast survivor left in ruins.
Afterward, visit the Peace Memorial Park, National Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims(including watching a short film), and Peace Museum.
From the top of the Orizuru Tower, you enjoy the beautiful view of the Peace Memorial Park and the city of Hiroshima.
You will visit
*Atomic Bomb Dome
*Some monuments in the park
*Peace Memorial Museum
*National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims
Please note that some of the attractions might be very crowed, so the itinerary may be subject to modification.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: cruise ship terminal.
End location: your pick-up location or other drop off location along the route.
Traffic and weather may affect actual tour times
Duration: 4 hours
Hiring a car.
Sedan type car with the capacity of four including a tour guide.
It is modern, clean and it is air-conditioned.
My service as your personal tour guide
Guide's public transportation fares during the tour
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2000 JPY - per a person- admission fee for Peace Memorial Museum: 200 JPY
admission fee for Orizuru Tower :2000 JPY
Please pay the fee of hiring a car to a driver.
Credit card is accepted.
Depending of a size of a party, the cost of hiring a car will vary.
I sm not a driver but I can arrange transportation if needed. Please inquiry.
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Wonderful guide with excellent command of English met us at bullet train station upon our arrival from Osaka, where our ship docked. She took us to the atomic bomb museum and ground zero, giving some personal narrative along the way, as her parents' generation had experienced the explosion. I will never forget this, and I wish all the world could see what happened here. We also visited a beautiful garden and then had lunch in a tiny restaurant that we would never have found on our own.