|Open：||10:00 – 17:00, 10:00 – 21:00(June – October Friday only)|
|Closed：||Mondays and the New Year’s holiday (Dec. 28 – Jan. 4)
Please note: When a national holiday falls on a Monday, the Museum will be open that day and closed on Tuesday.
* Special openings and closures
To see an enlarged view of this map of the Museum, click here.
Finding Your Way
The Museum is located on the Hokkaido University campus about 10 minutes by foot from the north entrance of Sapporo Station, midway between the statue of Dr. William S. Clark and the Avenue of the Poplars.
Automobiles are not allowed on Hokkaido University grounds, so you will need to come by bus, subway, or other public transportation.
Facilities available in our museum
Wheelchairs and strollers
Hand luggage and bags
The Hokkaido University Museum, Kita 10-jo, Nishi 8-chome, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0810
Inquiries Related to the Museum Website
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Advanced reservations are not required for visits to the Museum. However, we kindly request that individuals arranging group tours of the Museum (excluding visits by high schools) submit the Visitor Application Form below to the Museum Affairs Supervisor of the Administrative Section, Graduate School of Physical and Life Sciences Administration Department.
Individuals applying to teach lessons at the Sapporo Agricultural College Model Dairy Farm should indicate this as their purpose for visiting the Museum. All paperwork should be submitted at least one week in advance of planned visits.
|Visitor Application Form：||Preschool, kindergarten, primary school, junior high school, and college: PDF(Japanese)
Organizations other than senior high schools: PDF(Japanese)
|Send to:||Museum Affairs Supervisor, Administrative Section, Graduate School of Physical and Life Sciences Administration Department
Telephone: +81-11-706-2658 Fax: +81-11-706-4029
Please direct inquiries regarding senior high school field trips to the Entrance Exam Division of the Academic Affairs Department.
|Inquiries：||Entrance Exam Division of the Academic Affairs Department
Hokkaido University Admissions Center
Photos of specimens and materials
The personal use of photos or videos taken of display specimens, explanatory panels, or the like are normally allowed, but for secondary use of such photos or images (such as in a publication), please review the bylaws governing use of the Museum, fill out the required paperwork, and submit these documents to the Museum Affairs Supervisor in the Administrative Section to obtain formal permission for your secondary use.