ACTLAND stands for Art, Culture, and Technology, three elements crucial for the development of humanity. By fostering an appreciation of the arts, refining culture, and advancing science and technology, we can cultivate sensitivity, enrich minds, and create a better society. Comprised of eight museums, ACTLAND is home to a variety of artifacts and relics that can’t be found anywhere else. These include the Ryoma History Museum, World Heroes Museum, Nee-Owoo African Gallery, Ekin-ha Art Gallery, World Model Car Museum, World Classic Car Museum, Bonnetbus Museum, and Kuma's Container Gallery. In addition to the museums, ACTLAND offers various experience zones where visitors can freely play, appreciate, or experiment with scientific equipment, rare toys, and more. ACTLAND is a place for visitors to awaken their senses and fearlessly explore with the motto "Let's experience!" We welcome you to ACTLAND to share our passion for Art, Culture, and Technology!
"Single museum E-ticket (exchange ticket)" which allows admission to one of the seven fee-charging exhibition in ACTLAND (excludes the Ryoma History Museum), "Ryoma History Museum E-ticket (exchange ticket)" which allows admission to the Ryoma History Museum, and "【3-tickets】Admission E-ticket (exchange ticket)" which allows admission to a choice of three of the eight fee-charging museums. Rakuten Travel Sightseeing Experience offers a 10% discount (Single Museum: Adults 900 yen, Ryoma Museum: Adults 1,350 yen) from the local sales price (Single Museum: Adults 1,000 yen, Ryoma Museum: Adults 1,500 yen) for the E-ticket (exchange ticket) for the "Single Museum" and "Ryoma History Museum". <8 fee-charging exhibition muesums> 【Ryoma History Museum】 The "Ryoma Theater" recreates the 33 years of Ryoma Sakamoto's life, from his birth to the end of his life, in 27 carefully selected historical scenes and over 120 wax figures. 【Ekin-ha Art Gallery】 The Ekin-ha Art Gallery is an exhibition hall that features works by Ekin, who was immensely popular for his novel style of theatrical paintings and folding screens, as well as many other creative ways to enjoy the art of Ekin. The museum also exhibits the works of his disciples, who inherited his "Ekin" style. 【World Classic Car Museum】 The World Classic Car Museum exhibits 22 unique and fascinating classic cars collected from Japan and overseas, including the prototype of the Ford Model T, which laid the foundation of the automobile industry. 【The World Celebrity Museum】 The World Celebrity Museum features realistic wax figures and stage sets that recreate famous scenes from modern history that have only been depicted in textbooks. Visitors can look back on scenes from conferences that changed the course of world history and the heroic deeds of national heroes. 【Nee-Owoo African Gallery】 Nee-Owoo's works have a unique texture created by the unique motifs of African art and the metallic texture of metal. This is the only museum in the world that exhibits many of Nee-Owoo's unique works. 【KUMA'S Container Gallery】 This gallery displays a collection of works created over the years by Katsuyuki Shinohara, a.k.a. Kumasan of the Gagez family, all in one place. Produced under the concept of a "mobile gallery," it is housed in four containers. 【Bonnetbus Museum】 Bonnet buses with a nostalgic flavor are on display, including a British-made bonnet bus and a bonnet fire truck. Visitors can not only look at the vehicles from the outside, but also sit in the driver's seat or passenger seats to experience the actual riding experience. 【World Model Car Museum】 More than 3,700 1/43 model cars represent the "design," "engineering," and "development and evolution" of about 200 brands. Enjoy the history of the world's famous cars made possible by model cars.
**From reservation to entry, it's a simple 2-step process!** 1: After booking your ticket on Rakuten Travel Experiences, an e-ticket will be sent to your registered e-mail address. 2: Exchange the voucher for an admission ticket on the day of your visit. On arrival at the facility, visit the entrance counter and click the link in the voucher e-mail sent to you at the time of booking. Then, click the "Use" button and show the screen to the staff (please ensure that your phone can connect to the internet before your visit).