World Brick Museum

When Maizuru Naval station was established in 1901, navy built many brickbuildings. In the flow of 100 years, the beauty of red brick buildings continues to deepen.
The building of World Brick Museum was built as a warehouse of the torpedo of former navy in 1903. It is one of the oldest existing steel-framed brick buildings in Japan.
In order to convey the charm and history of brick buildings to many people, World Brick Museum was opened.

 Exterior
 Exibition room


Facility Information

The Location 〒625-0036 2011, Hama, Maizuru-shi, Kyoto
TEL 0773-66-1095
FAX 0773-64-5123
Email renga*at sign*city.maizuru.lg.jp
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Opening Hours 9:00~17:00 (Entry 16:30)
Closed Year-end and New Year(Dec.29-Jan.1)
Admission fee Adults 300 yen
Students (Primary Schoolchild - Univercity student) 150 yen *Maizuru-residence and student of Maizuru school free
Combination ticket for Maizuru Brick Park, Maizuru Repatriation Memorial Museum Adults 400 yen
Students 200 yen

Maizuru Repatration Memorial Museum close every 3rd Thursday (Except in August and national holiday)
Admission discount 20 persons and over Adults 200 yen Students 100 yen 50% discounted fee for disabled


World Brick Museum Official Facebook Page

 ▶ World Brick Museum Click here to Official Facebook page  



Flyers are available by PDF files

 ▶ Japanese   ▶ English   ▶ Korean   ▶ Chinese simplified   ▶ Chinese traditional 



Videos

 Maizuru Brick Park Youtube Channel 



Floor Map