Uncover the stories of Japan's rich and colourful past as you walk through the halls of the Osaka Museum of History. Located next to the majestic Osaka Castle, the 13-storey museum building revives the 1400 year old history of Osaka with the use of archeological specimens, models and constructions that proudly adorn the interior of the building. Each level of the museum is dedicated to a specific period of Osaka's past and provides a deeper knowledge and understanding about the society and culture that once prevailed. Visitors may also head to the top level of the museum to capture stunning views of the Osaka Castle as well as the city in the distance.
Tickets at the Osaka Museum of History usually cost around ¥600 for adults and ¥400 for young adults, while children may enter free of charge. However, extra fees may apply during special exhibitions.
9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily, except on Tuesdays.
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
The archaeological remains display, Special Exhibition Hall and the Naniwa History School
Prayer room facilities at the Osaka Museum of History might be unavailable. However, there are a few mosques that are located within the city limits.
Though a restaurant is available at the Osaka Museum of History, Halal food will be limited or unavailable. Visitors may visit one of the Halal restaurants located in Osaka city.