Visitors are currently required to make a reservation for a specific date for entry to Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum.
A ticket for admission to the exhibition also admits you to the garden.
- Check the Purchased Ticket Statushere
Exhibition admission depending on the exhibition. See exhibition page for details.
The Art Deco Garden: Exploring the Aesthetic Fruits of the Residence of Prince Asaka
Dates 2023/9/23(Saturday) ～ 2023/12/10(Sunday)
|University students（Vocational students）||¥1,120||¥890|
|Middle & high school students||¥700||¥560|
|65 and above||¥700||¥560|
- During the timed ticket sale period, each day (from the museum’s opening to closing hours) will be divided into eight slots.
- The tickets are for a specific date and time only.
- Please enter the museum within a hours of the specified time (Ex: visitors with tickets for the 10 a.m. slot must enter by 11 a.m.).
- There are no particular restrictions on length of stay after admission into the museum. The tickets are also valid for entry into the garden.
- Last admission for the 5 p.m. slot is 5:30 p.m. (the museum closes at 6 p.m.).
- Depending on congestion, visitors may need to wait to enter even if they have tickets.
- A ticket for admission to the exhibition also admits you to the garden.
Admission to the garden only is available-there’s no need to book. Please come directly to the Box office.
|University students（Vocational students）||¥160||¥120|
|Middle & high school students||¥100||¥80|
|65 and above||¥100||¥80|
Free or Discounted Admission
- Admission is free for visitors (and two accompanying persons) with a Physical Disability Certiﬁcate, Intellectual Disability Certiﬁcate, Rehabilitation Certiﬁcate, Mental Disability Certiﬁcate, or Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certiﬁcate.
- Admission is free for seniors (65 and above) on the third Wednesday of each month.
- Admission is free for elementary and younger students and for middle school students residing in or attending school in Tokyo.
- 2 discount for “Tomonokai” members of facilities operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture.
- The third Saturday of each month and the following Sunday are Family Days, on which admission to the garden is half-off for Tokyo residents accompanying children under 18 years of age. Guardians are required to bring proof of residence in Tokyo.
- No advance reservations are needed for visitors who have an invitation ticket, annual passport, garden passport or Tokyo Museum grutto pass.
- No advance reservations are needed for visitors (and up to two accompanying persons) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate, and Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate. Please inform the ticket booth on the day of your visit.
- No advance reservations are needed for visitors who are elementary and younger students.