The Hong Kong Science Museum is a fun and interactive place that shows you how things work and gives you a hands-on experience.
It is located at 2 Science Museum Road, Tsimshatsui East. Its interactive displays are wonderful and things are written in Cantonese and English. If you or your child is interested in science you won't be disappointed while visiting this museum.
The museum was opened on April 1991. Through presenting quality exhibitions and fun science programs in an enjoyable environment, it serves to popularize science to the public. Visitors at the Science Museum are encouraged to explore exhibits in their own way so that they can experience the fun of discovery learning.
Nearly 70 percent of displays are interactive and are suitable for visitors of all ages. Among them, the most prominent exhibit is the largest device of its kind in the world: the Energy Machine.
Another attraction is the DC-3 airplane which is the first local airliner and the first exhibit moved into the Museum building.
How to get to the Hong Kong Science Museum:
Public Transport: By MTR
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