This museum, free on Wednesdays, has lots to keep young and old busy. It's a great option for rainy days.
Hong Kong has a handful of museums to go to but the Science Museum is most definitely the most exciting. With 500 exhibits to explore there’s plenty to keep adventurers amused. It’s very hands-on, so great for kids and adults a like. The permanent exhibitions can be found across all four floors and there are ever changing special exhibitions too. If your rainy day happens to fall on a Wednesday, make the most of it! All of the government owned museums and galleries are free every third day of the week.
The Hong Kong Museum of Science is honestly fantastic. The current special exhibition, Creatures of the Deep, is the best museum exhibit I've ever seen and very much worth the extra HK$5. The museum is very interactive, and on a Tuesday afternoon was nearly empty so extra enjoyable. Some parts are a bit outdated but mostly it is well kept up and very fun. Loved the mirror part especially!
Fantastic place for kids with lots of hands on
When I went there, they had an interesting traveling exhibit on Einstein on the bottom floor. Otherwise, the exhibits were fairly typical of what you could find in a science museum in the US. The size of it, three stories and fairly spread out, was surprising to find.