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Nagoya City Science Museum is a great science museum with the world's largest planetarium. The museum can be easily seen by the large silver globe on its exterior which houses the planetarium. The starry skies are displayed through highly realistic celestial projections onto the dome screens. Projections vary each month according to the theme of the month attracting back locals.
Nagoya City Science Museum also features many kinds of different exhibitions throughout the museum. The topics of exhibitions vary from biological aspects such as the human body to ecological matters such as principles of nature. The museum has many hands on workshops as well making learning about science entertaining among both children and adults. The museum has no English explanations but many tourists still enjoy their visits due to these hands on exhibits and amazing planetarium.
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