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
The price to get in isn’t expensive. There is lots to see and worth paying the little extra for the Winter Olympics Exhibition, that is great fun for both children and adults. The big energy exhibitio... more »
有冷氣，小孩可放電，家長可放空。內有好多實驗可以玩,不用再家發悶。更有兒童專區，十分有趣。逛完科學館還可逛對面的歷史博物館。一舉兩得！ more »There is cold air, children can put on the air, the home can be empty. There are a lot of fun inside, no more home. It's more fun to be a child. After visiting the science and science slot, you can also visit the historical museum on the other side. It's going to be a good one!
Definitely an interactive museum for kids although the clock exhibition was AMAZING! How interesting can clocks get, well wait until you see the incredible masterpieces on display - encrusted with jewels and gilded with gold and platinum! There’s plenty of exhibits to interact with but would be odd as a 30 year old guy to be enjoying it when travelling solo.
Fun and educational, suitable for kids, teens and adults also. Plenty of hands on practical activities. The landscape map of the Silk Road exhibit is excellent. Demonstrations throughout the day explain things like how a hovercraft works or how a boat sails in a tailwind or a headwind are really educational. Only downside I think is that many things which kids are playing on could be aided by staff or parents explaining scientific principles behind it. It’s fine if you already know the science, but it seems like there is too much playing and not enough learning. Free entry on Wednesday.
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