For Visitors with Disabilities and Special Needs
- Admission is free for both special and traveling exhibitions and the Collection
Gallery for those with disabilities as well as atomic bomb survivors.
(A disabled persons’ certificate or atomic bomb survivors’ health handbook will be required.)
- Admission is also free for one assistant (or, in special cases, two).
- Museum visits accompanied by assistance dogs are permitted.
- Visitors with disabilities may park their vehicles in front of the staff entrance.
(Please ask the security guard for permission.)
- The museum entrance is sloped to accommodate wheelchairs.
- 10 wheelchairs are available for use.(Please ask the information staff for use.)
- A wheelchair-accessible elevator is located in the museum.
- Restrooms are located on the first floor.
For Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
- Elevators have English voice guidance system.
- An intercom with a Braille panel is located outside of the museum.
- Audio guide services are available for Collection Gallery and selected special and traveling exhibitions.
For Deaf Visitors
- Communication board is available at the 1st floor information desk, 3rd floor and 4th floor ticket counter.
For Visitors with Small Children
- Admission is free for both special and traveling exhibitions and the Collection Gallery for visitors in middle school and younger.
- Three strollers are available for use.
- A nursing room is located next to the first-floor restroom.
- Diaper changing tables are in the women's room on the first and fourth floor, men's room on the first floor.