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Visiting Hakone Open Air Museum

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Hakone Open Air Museum is something more than a mere museum. This museum boasts of its different dimensions and specialties. With a nominal admission fee, this park offers many things to explore in awe. You may need a couple of hours to behold the whole park. Among so many alluring things, Picasso building is an eminent one. Full of fascinating sketches and few potteries, this building is famous for its unique collection of Picasso’s work. One can get the vibration of the artist’s psyche behind each of the artwork. The glass work collection is worth observing. Art lovers always lauded about the extensive collection of Japanese, Asian and European art collections. Apart from Picasso, there are artworks of many major artists like Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, etc. The Outdoor Sculpture Park is another remarkable section of the museum. Built with multi-color stained glass and steel, the Symphonic Structure has a spiral staircase inside. After climbing up the stairs you will get a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and valley, and the entire green museum with the stunning sculptures will be in front of you at the display. Woods of Net is an interlocked wooden building or structure specially designed for children. They can play around this building, decorated with selected small art pieces. After strolling for hours, your tired feet can be relaxed at the foot spa or Foot bath of the museum. The comforting warm water of the resort is full of lemon and different herbs to pamper your feet. This spa completes this trip in a real sense.

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Hakone Open Air Museum- the Unity of Art and Nature

Hakone Open Air Museum- the Unity of Art and Nature

Picasso Pavilion

Picasso Pavilion

The major attraction of this museum is Picasso Pavilion. The huge black building of the museum has a galore of more than 300 artworks, sketches, glass-work and potteries created by the legendary Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.

Sculpture Garden

Sculpture Garden

The carefully chosen sculptures meticulously scattered in the well-designed garden is a treat for your eyes. The installations of these sculptures look like the natural artistic extension of the picturesque garden itself. From every corner of the yard, you will be able to guess their high standard of maintenance and taste of art.

Foot Bath

Foot Bath

There is no standard definition of a modern Open Air Museum. But Hakone Open Air Museum nailed it after adding the Foot Bath area to this museum. This insightful addition offers the guest the required relaxation after the hour-long museum expedition. The view of the encompassing valley and mountains are worth enjoying at the time of this relaxing experience.

Hakone Open Air Museum Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You can choose the spot booking option. If you have Hakone pass, then you may have to pay less than general admission fees. Online discount coupon is also applicable here.

How To Get Around?

To enjoy the museum at the fullest you have to walk around the entire area.

What Should I Wear?

Hakone Open Air Museum Facts

Best Time to Visit

The open-air museum is enjoyable throughout the year. It remains open from 9 AM to 5 PM. Entry is restricted after 4:30 PM.


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Will I Need a Guide?

If you do not know Japanese then getting a bilingual guide will be the best thing you can do to make your trip successful. The staff of the park is also helpful.

How To Get There?

The nearest railway station to this museum is Chokoku No Mori. The location of the park is almost at the center of the bus network of the city as well. So you can get a bus to the museum from nearly everywhere in the city.

Additional Info

There are several Cafes, Gift and Souvenir Shops inside the museum territory. You can get a foot towel from the staff after enjoying the foot bath.