Explore the world of technological wonders at Hong Kong Science Museum, featuring a permanent collection of over 500 exhibits, many of which are interactive and can be enjoyed by both kids and adults. From dinosaur skeletons and driving simulators, to scientific experiments and achievements of the computer age, the museum lets you admire numerous aspects of science. One of the collection's highlights is the world's largest Energy Machine, a four-storey sculpture that demonstrates how the energy of rolling balls can be converted to produce various acoustic and visual effects. Check online for daily demonstrations. Our Hong Kong day trip planner makes visiting Hong Kong Science Museum and other Hong Kong attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Hong Kong Science Museum Reviews
We had a great time here and ended up spending the best part of the day exploring the 4 floors of this museum. My favourite part was the mirror/optical illusion part.Try and get there for one of the..... more »
We have been before, about 18 Months ago so it was great to see that their exhibitions have changed. One of the best bits is the gigantic marble run which was on just as we had entered! It’s... more »
Recently, there is an exhibition in the HK science museum, showing you the process of restoring some of the antique in the Peking Palace Museum. Apart from appreciating the beauty of these treasures, this exhibition is quite informative, you'll learn something if you're interested to learn how to maintain these treasure in good condition.
The museum is in my opinion aimed mainly towards children and young adults. It has many interactive and interesting activities, big and small, that really inspire to learn more. Signage is very good both in Chinese and English. A nice thing is that they house the first aircraft flown by Cathay Pacific as well as a "machine" with balls that shows kinetic forces, quite nice to watch. That said, as it is mainly for kids and children the niose level is somewhat bothering and you probably feel that you've seen it all after two hours or so.
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