Monday-Wednesday, Friday 10:00-19:00, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10:00-21:00, every Thursday (except public holidays), the first day of the lunar calendar and the second day of the lunar calendar, Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve are open until 17:00, Stop ticketing 1 hour before closing.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: No.2 Science Museum Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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 f...
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 fantasti...
The science museum's has free entry on a Wed. The museum is well organised. The exhibits are very interactive and interesting for adults as much as for children. The favourite exhibit was the construc...
This is probably the best science museum i've been to. Very good interactive installations. It is 3 huges floors. You will be needing at least 2 hours to enjoy the entire museum. Its clean and updated...
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...
If you don't know where to take your child, then taking him to the Hong Kong Science Museum will not go wrong. The
science hall is suitable for children of all ages, because no matter how old the child can explore the unknown here.
The favorite of the big kids is this energy shuttle of up to 22 meters, which is the largest of its kind in the world. On each floor, there are many parents who accompany the children to watch the energy ball in every corner of the exhibition hall.
The Science Museum's new "Children's World" is a newly opened exhibition hall. There are ten exhibits produced by the French Science and Industry City, including "Little Engineers", "Spherical Balls", "Where are the Animals", etc. These exhibits allow children to use their imagination and encourage children to cooperate with each other. , complete the task together.
Although the official website requires a child of one meter six, they can play with their parents. But we observed the content of the experience, and it feels suitable for children who are at least three years old. Perhaps it is a new exhibition hall, many local moms and dads and children to experience, need to stay in line waiting time. The theme of the special exhibition on
3rd floor is "miffy and the ocean". Mainly to use the cartoon image of miffy to tell the children the importance of protecting marine life. Miffy is a meat god, meaning the cookie goddess, because now his favorite is miffy biscuits. Miffy biscuits have a chance to eat only when they are away from home, so he especially cherishes and is particularly eager to get. At the same time, he placed a small snack in front of him, and his eyes only had miffy.
Make sure to go on Wednesdays as it is free entry every Wednesday. The Science Museum was super fun and super informative about physics, astrology and so on. We stayed in there for ages and it was already dark when we left. Not to mention, there are amazing restaurants nearby (Moby Road, K11, etc). Just remember to go on Wednesday because it is free.
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 exhibition which runs on the top floor every now and again throughout the day was fascinating. We had good fun with the mirrors. The Museum is next to the History Museum. We managed both on the same day. I good rainy day activity.
With children traveling in Hong Kong, it is highly recommended to go to the Hong Kong Science and Technology Museum. Although the venue is not as good as some shelf workers in the inland metropolis, it is very interactive. Almost every project allows children to experience and participate. Among them, the magical mirror world, the children themselves became the flower in the kaleidoscope, which is wonderful.
Since its opening in April 1991, the Hong Kong Science Museum has proven itself an ideal and unique place for learning science. By presenting quality exhibitions and fun science programs in an enjoyable environment, the museum serves to popularize science to the public and support science education in schools. In contrast to traditional museums, visitors to the Hong Kong Science Museum are encouraged to explore exhibits in their own way and thus experience the fun of discovery learning. Occupying a permanent exhibition area of 6,500 square meters, the museum houses over 500 exhibits. Nearly 70 percent of these are interactive and suitable for visitors of all ages.