The Hong Kong Science Museum is an Interactive Playhouse

"The Hong Kong Science Museum is Like Going to Science Class and Having Fun Learning"

The first thing you'll see inside the museum is the DC3 airliner hanging from the ceiling.

Then there is the 22 Meter tall twin-tower Energy Machine that is supposed to create reusable electricity out of thin air.

It probably works perfectly but the Giant Oil companies paid off the scientist to declare the project unsuccessful!

I don't quite know how it works (Or if it works) but it is incredible to see and imagine the possibilities.

This Hong Kong Museum of Science covers all the topics of science and technology.

That includes light, sound, motion, electricity, magnetism, mathematics, life science, geography, meteorology, computers, transportation, communication, food science, energy / energy conservation and even home technology.

Hong Kong Museums Science Museum

You won't find anything about history here. The Hong Kong science museum is focused on the future of science alone.

Little is spoken of the scientific history of Hong Kong and instead the focus lies solely on the possibilities of the future.

What are the Museum's Operating Hours?

The museum of Science is open from 1pm - 9pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays from 10am - 9pm.

They are closed on Thursdays.


What are the Various Ticket Prices and Fees?

A standard adult ticket will cost you $25HKD.

Full-time students, people with disabilities and people aged over 60 pay just $12.50HKD to enter the Museum of Science, Hong Kong.

It is absolutely free to enter the Museum on any Wednesday.


Where is the Hong Kong Museum of Science and how do I Get to It

The museum is located at 2 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

The best way to get there is on the MTR or underground train.

Head to the nearest MTR station and get yourself on the track that takes you in the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui East.

Get off the train at the Tsim Sha Tsui Station and look for the exit marked 'B2 Exit'.

From there it is about a 15 minute walk along Cameron Road to the Hong Kong Museum of Science.

Learn more about the Hong Kong Science Museum and have a look at some wonderful Photographs of both inside and outside the building.

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