The Hong Kong Space Museum is one of the largest planetariums in the world. It can project more than 8,000 stars in the sky, including the sun, the moon, and the five planets of wood, water, fire, earth, and earth onto the sky, allowing children to understand intuitively. They like astronomy. A place for enthusiasts to study and explore
The Hong Kong Space Museum is a huge white hemispherical building, like a miniature version of the National Grand Theater, just opposite the Peninsula Hotel. The first floor exhibition hall is the universe series, which explains in detail the formation of the solar system and many galaxies, which are all in distant space. There are also many interactive experience projects, many parents will bring their children to play here, entertaining and learning. Tickets are very cheap, 10 yuan per adult and free for children.
it's like the museum and i thing it is good
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!