Museums in Tokyo
Tokyo has lots of world-class museums and people who plan on checking out more than 3 or 4 of them should consider getting a Grutt Pass. The 2008 pass costs 2000 yen and includes admission into 61 of Tokyo museums, zoos, and an aquarium.
“Tokyo Museums – Grutt Pass 2008” is a multi-museum admission ticket for 61 facilities including museums, art museums, zoos and aquarium in Tokyo.
The pass is 2,000 yen and is valid for two months from the first admission. A fun Stamp Rally is also being held. Collect 10 stamps posted at each facility and apply to the office. Winners will be selected in a drawing from all entries to win museum goods!
Freely decide a theme or area and visit as many museums as possible. Why don’t you take this opportunity to visit museums in Tokyo?
The pass allows you to admit or discount the admission fee to the 61 facilities in Tokyo. It is valid for two months from the date of your first admission and allows you to enter once to each facility.
The pass is valid for two months from the date of your first admission. Please note that the final validity will be expired on March 31, 2009.
(e.g.)First admission on October 31, 2008 -> Expires on December 30, 2009.
First admission on December 30, 2008 -> Expires on February 28, 2009.
First admission on and after February 1, 2009 -> Expires on March 31, 2009.
Please have the expiration date stamped on your Grutt Pass at the main gate when you first use it.
The Pass may be purchased at the following facilities.
Period on sale: From April 1st, 2008 to January 31st, 2009
Each ticket sales window of the 61 participating institutions
Tokyo Tourist Information Center(Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, First Building, 1F)
Libro Ikebukuro, Libro Kichijoji, Libro Shibuya, Libro Shiodome PartII, Libro Chofu
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space Ticket Center
Lawson Ticket (L-code 38370)
Ticket PIA (P-code 688-042)
Family Mart(JTB-code 0222346)
Seven Eleven (JTB-code 0222346)
Kinki Japan Tourist