You can take the metro to Forest Park South Gate, and walk for 10 - 15 minutes through the Beijing Olympic Park to get to the museum. It's huge, and there's a lot to see here. Unfortunately, most of t...
Good "Hands On" Exhibits, but Somewhat Dilapidated
First of all, this museum is out of the way. It is near the Olympic Park, but it takes awhile to get there. Make sure you want to go before you commit to it because, even if you get a taxi there eas...
For the kid at heart a science museum is always special, however this one is running 85% as 15% or greater of the interactive exhibits broken, turned off poorly maintained. Still decent and great for ...
The China Science and Technology Museum is a national science museum. Apart from numerous science exhibits, there is a science playground for children. Interactive games in the playground help children learn more about science. There are also special cinemas with 3D and 4D effects, allowing you to appreciate the wonder and excitement of science and technology. There museum has five floors, with one floor underground and four above ground. Visitors typically walk directly to the exhibits that interest them after entering the museum. The museum recommends setting aside half a day for a visit.
Exploration and Discovery Hall A
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Restaurants Near China Science and Technology Museum
Shota Muni Sushi & Grill ( Jin Quan Square Restaurant)