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Peace Museum Hiroshima

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It's a long time since I've been to Hiroshima, so my memories of it are a bit hazy, so I was looking for a bit of advice from people who have been more recently.

How long did it take to go through? I'm sure it's a bit of a case of 'as long as you want' but a ballpark time would be great

I'm sure I read somewhere about a more child-friendly route through, that skips some of the more graphic stuff? But I can't seem to find any mention of it now. Is that the case? And just how child-friendly is it? (I'm sure I saw Japanese elementary school children in the museum when I was there)

If you've been with children ( we'll have a 7 year old and a 3 year old) how did you prepare them? I'm sure the 3 year old will be oblivious but the 7 year old will be very curious ( she's spent a lot of time with us on the WW1 battlefields in France/Belgium so she's not totally ignorant of war/cemeteries etc)

Thanks!

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