Relatively modest entrance fee. My impression is that the focus of the museum deepens the fear of earthquakes. indeed so. Although this phenomenon in nature is relatively rare, if you encounter it once, you are either not ready or you don't know what happened, it will drift by. In general, I did understand some previously unknown information, mainly about how technology can effectively provide early warning systems for earthquake paths. However, as the instructor said, if an earthquake occurs very close to the coastline, residents living in lower areas are more likely to be attacked by it.
A small museum with interactive and enlightening information displays. I would love to see some scientists and engineers predict and manage the impact of the tsunami-an important missing dimension. Even if it doesn't rain, it is definitely worth a visit! 30 minutes to an hour.
I can still learn about the local history, especially the itinerary of the entire Hawaiian island. Originally the local area was indigenous, but it was later occupied by the Americans. Here you can look at the time period, just like reading a story.
The Pacific Tsunami Museum is still worth visiting. When you come to this museum, you can see a lot of videos, materials, ruins, etc. related to the tsunami. Here you can see the devastation brought about by the tsunami.
The Pacific Tsunami Museum can learn a lot about the knowledge and history of tsunamis. It's worth watching, I would highly recommend you to visit this museum