A signage system has been installed in large-scale facilities such as airport passenger terminals and stations in order to make facility users feel good comprehensively. Agent-based models of airport terminals as a typical large-scale facility have been proposed to represent the behavioral characteristics of passengers and the essential features of signs. They, however, are not enough to evaluate signage systems, since models have not described properly pedestrian agents’ characteristics especially including their view to get information from the signs. This paper develops the simulation system that includes the model to represent a relationship between pedestrian agent’s view and its information search behavior. The primary purpose of the simulation system is to support the facility manager’s decision to design the signage system before it is actually implemented. This paper provides some evaluation results focusing on information message and location arrangement, which are part of the essential components.