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The Saga Prefectural Space & Science Museum, Takeo

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  • Grade 4 years, one year, three kindergarten children went. World of ecology of organisms that inhabit the saga batch making, air bicycle or airplane flights Miller tar, Planetarium, minus 20 degrees, even all day long tired children are enjoying. Children's thirst for knowledge that was met, as the parent. Also for me when using various equipment, so I don't know how to have good time. It's very satisfying.
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  • 20 degrees, went on a hot day. Children's people think real is a space science center wasn't expecting too much, but the visitors only adults, and surprisingly fun! Us introduces a science Planetarium, meteors, stars twinkle, once learned in school to look at, easy to understand form. Lake and Park is located next to, and play. In the small restaurant. Good relax in the Park after the Museum, have lunch, weather permitting. Symphony Space Science Museum is interesting. You could see swallows and swans and flowers ago the summer. Was a place where grown-ups back to the children's hearts and eyes are glowing.
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  • First, freely think rice not is expected to place was quite comprehensive exhibition. Broadly there are three zones, especially interactive ones many kids like exhibits. If I have time but did not see Planetarium, wanted to see.
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