Hong Kong Science Museum - Hongkong
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There are quite a few interesting things to see and do here. The World of Mirrors is a fun and popular exhibit that incorporates mirrors set up in unique ways to give off some interesting reflections. You will literally see yourself in entirely new ways after visiting this section.
The Children's Zone is a great place for the kids to learn all about science. Learn about surface tension and upward thrust with the power of bubbles, and learn how trains keep from derailing. The little ones are sure to have a great time with all of the hands on exhibits.
See Hong Kong's first airliner, and then take a ride on the flight simulator. Learn how the world is getting smaller and tighter knit with all the advances in telecommunications in the Telecommunications Gallery. From the earliest forms of communicating with lights and smoke to the wireless technology of today, there is a lot to see and understand here.
In the motion section of the museum, you can see and learn how a ball loses energy as it bounces, and then see how a bed of nails works by dispersing the weight across a greater surface area.
With all of the great exhibits at the museum, you can be sure to find something that interests every member of the family. The Hong Kong Science Museum is a great place to spend the day, a place where you can have fun and learn.
Ticket Prices:Permanent Exhibition Hall Admission FeeStandard Ticket : $25Group Ticket : $17.5 (for each purchase of 20 or more Standard Tickets)Concessionary Ticket : $12.5 (applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities (and one accompanying minder) and senior citizens aged 60 or above)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 1pm - 9pmSaturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: 10am - 9pmClosed on Thursdays (except Public Holidays) and the first two days of the Lunar New YearClosed at 5pm on Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve
Box Office closes one hour before the Museum's closure
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