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Hong Kong Space Museum

4.4/5470 Reviews
Exhibition Hall

Business Hours

Monday, Wednesday - Friday 12:00-20:45, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10:00-20:45, closed on Tuesdays (except public holidays) and Lunar New Year (1st and 2nd). Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are closed at 17:00.

Address

10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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About Hong Kong Space Museum

Strategically located at the seaside of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Space Museum is the first planetarium for the popularization of astronomy and space science built in Hong Kong. The unique egg-shaped dome makes the 8000-square-metre museum one of the city's most famous landmarks. The Museum has two thematic exhibition halls: the Hall of the Cosmos and the Hall of Space Exploration. The exhibits, predominately interactive, enable visitors to learn through a series of entertaining and educational experiences. The Stanley Ho Space Theatre shows a variety of ultra-high-definition animations and films on astronomy. Last but not least, the Museum organizes plenty of extension activities each year, including an Astronomy Carnival, Astronomy Happy Hours, fun science lab sessions, astronomy competitions, lectures, astronomy film shows, and more.

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  • 翼云kiki
    5.0

    Located at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, adjacent to the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the Semi-circular Space Museum is an astronomical museum used to promote astronomy and Space Science in Hong Kong. Ticket price: Adult HK$10, free of charge every Wednesday. Transportation routes: 1. Exit E of Tsimshatsui Station on Tsuen Wan Line of MTR. Walk to Salisbury Road and turn right. Take the pedestrian tunnel next to YMCA to Hong Kong Space Museum. 2. Take Star Ferry from Central or Wanchai to Tsim Sha Tsui and walk for about 10 minutes. It rained on our first day in Hong Kong, and we lost the pleasure of visiting Victoria Harbour and Starlight Avenue. On Wednesday, the Hong Kong Space Museum became a good place for us to take shelter from the rain and pass the time. The Pavilion is divided into East and West wings. The egg-shaped east wing is the core of the pavilion. There are Ho Hongxuan's Hall of Heaven, Space Science Exhibition Hall, All-Sky Film Studio, and many production workshops. There are many interactive projects, such as experiencing centrifugal force, experiencing space walk, operating spacecraft, etc. My father has a lot of fun inside. On the West wing, there are astronomical exhibition halls, lecture halls, astronomical bookstores and resource centers of the Hong Kong Space Museum, which are basically for students or activities. The Hall is equipped with a hemispheric screen with a diameter of 23 meters. In addition to the first all-sky movie projection equipment in the Eastern Hemisphere, it is also the first astronomical museum in the world with an automatic celestial program control system. Every year, the Hong Kong Space Museum uses the digital celestial projection system to produce celestial phenomena programs, and selects excellent all-sky movies and three-dimensional spherical curtain movies from abroad to broadcast in the celestial hall. The Hong Kong Space Museum organizes many promotional activities every year, including astronomical carnival, astronomical happy hours, interesting experimental classes, astronomical competitions, astronomical lectures, astronomical film appreciation, etc.

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  • _WeCh****542854
    5.0

    Hongkong space museum is one the best museum i have rated in among the the 10 countries i have visited. Really good and it shows the real acient cultural things about china

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  • _CFT01****3198823
    5.0

    This scenic spot was inadvertently visited. The children wanted to go in. When they saw the ticket, they only got 10 HK dollars, 5 HK dollars, and immediately bought the ticket. They thought they would read some pictures. They didn't realize that there were many interactive games, such as weightlessness on the moon walk, space missions, and all of them were free, unlike in some parts of the country, they had to collect extra money. Parents with children should not miss this scenic spot.

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  • E11****428
    5.0

    The Hong Kong Space Museum was a very educational trip not only for the kids but for adults as well. It allows visitors to interact with all the displays at the exhibits allowing us to fully understand the displays. And since we went there on a Wednesday, it was for free!

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  • D34****0399
    5.0

    Its an amazing Museum that kids love it so much here as they provided different fun games and even the space motor race section. Also you can bring your kids to the theatre at Space Museum to learn more about Space.

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  • echo萧
    5.0

    The Space Museum is opposite the Tsimshatsui Peninsula Hotel! Line up everywhere during the summer vacation! There is plenty of air-conditioning in the library. It's better to have thin coats with spare parts. There are many interactive projects, which are suitable for children to explore! Ho Hongxuan's Hall on the 2nd floor is the hottest one, half lying in a chair, looking up at the changes of light and shadow on the vault. The visual effect is great!

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  • Shuying
    5.0

    Among the various high-rise buildings around Victoria Harbour with sharp edges and sharp shapes, the Space Museum has won with a circle and a very high degree of recognition. The Hong Kong Space Museum is also an exhibition hall with convenient transportation, interesting, knowledgeable and entertaining. It's worth a visit.

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  • 叮当的妈妈
    5.0

    The popular science good place experience project has a lot of knowledge about space and astronautics. Students are especially worth visiting. Tickets are very cheap. Adults plus students totals 15 HK dollars. The staff in the project are very dedicated and earnest! _________ Experience in it should be at least 2 hours or more! ___________

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  • 小马恒恒
    5.0

    Hong Kong Space Museum is a semi-circular design, you can see the shape and introduction of space stars. The space museum is divided into other museums. Individuals prefer Tianwen Museum. After visiting the space museum, you can also visit other scenic spots near Tsimshatsui.

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  • elsashen0529
    5.0

    We live in the Peninsula Hotel, opposite the Hong Kong Space Museum. It's a good exhibition hall. We know a lot of new knowledge. The National Park of the United States and the creatures in the universe are on display recently. It's interesting and we have learned a lot.

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