- Expo’70 Commemorative Park
A cultural park on the site of the Expo, where you can play and learn
A cultural park on the site of the Japan World Exposition, which was held in 1970. There are photos and other materials from that time on display. The park's symbol is the "Taiyo no To", created by the artist Taro Okamoto.
|HOURS||9:30am-5:00pm (closes 4:30pm)|
|CLOSED||Wednesday, or the following day if it falls on a national holiday|
|NOTES RE: CLOSINGS||No closure from April to early May, October and November, open during Golden Week, closed from Dec.28 to Jan.1|
|COST||Varies depending on the facility|
|ADDRESS||Expo’70 Commemorative Park, Suita-shi|
|ACCESS||Just outside of the Banpaku-Kinen-Koen Station on the Osaka Monorail|
|CREDIT CARD||Not accepted|
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