With the help of three-dimensional glasses, you can enjoy simulations of
virtual realities, or traveling in different situations, from severe offense conditions to completely simulated situations.
There are plenty of other experiences for children, including go-karting, car racing competitions, road safety challenges and driving lessons for children. At the end of these activities the children will receive a "local driver's license."
By the way, this is the only activity that costs money here, but the price is symbolic and these classes require early registration.
It is worth visiting the Museum of Heritage Conservation and Restoration of Toyota vehicles and other vehicles. You can see here how old cars and antiques are restored and prepared for display and different needs of the successful manufacturer. Car enthusiasts will particularly like cars from all corners of the world. The real "freaks" will also be interested in the Toyota Library, where you can see almost every magazine or book that contributes information about the company's vehicles.
You can register for the tour from 3 months to 2 weeks prior to the tour, at the link below.
Pre-registration is essential for driving lessons for children and requires a symbolic fee.