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The Science Museum offers more than 500 exhibits, most of which are interactive to encourage exploration. With all the hands-on and engaging activities, it's the perfect way to spend an rainy day with the kids.
All reviews interactive exhibits on wednesdays rainy day great for kids free entry hands on activities liquid nitrogen special exhibition all ages children and adults we spent hours learn something entrance fee couple of hours lots of fun great place to visit puzzles
One of my favourite museums in the city and I always have to visit when I come to HK. Free entry to permanent exhibits on Wednesdays. Great exhibits on display and many are interactive. Super informative and in both English and Chinese.
Want something different to do or have extra time in HK? Pay the museum a visit - you will not regret, lots of different zones, games activities and things to see. Kids will definitely love. My 4 year old had a blast!
Wednesday is free admission day for all museums in HK!
This museum is located in TST area. As we stay nearby, we walk to get there.
Expect to spend 3-4 hours if you want to see all the exhibits. (3 floors with 1 basement). Don't...More
There was a clocks and watches exhibition but we were not allowed to take pictures
There were many great clocks as watches and a bit of the industry history
Also the permanent museum stuff also good and better for kids
This is a magnificent exhibition of fabulous clocks from the Palace Museum. Opened today. This is an absolutely must see for anyone visiting HK and indeed the folk living there. This is very special. Only a five because nothing higher available! Only one grump!Nothing in...More
Comprehensive science exhibits over 4 floors. Free entry on wed. Spent 4 hours there but didn't managed to finish seeing all. Lack of food options so fill up before u go. Great place for young & old to visit!
Most of the interactive activities are for children but there were some activities and exhibits that can also be enjoyed by the adults. We came on a Wednesday around 11 in the morning. Was expecting a lot of people since they have free admission on...More
A good place for children to learn science and have fun. The place is huge with a lot of activities for kids to play and learn. Adults pay HKD 20. There are a few vending machines for drinks in case you get thirsty. There are...More
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the major tourist and shopping areas of Hong Kong. With a high concentration of hotels, retail shops and commercial offices – it’s a busy and bustling neighborhood that never sleeps. On the surface, Tsim Sha Tsui seems to only feature an abundant number of high-end retail stores selling designer brands and jewelry, owing to its popularity with high-budget shopping tours. However, it also
contains a diverse range of attractions for the entire family. Whether taking a walk in Kowloon Park, exploring museums, going shopping or grabbing a bite to eat – Tsim Sha Tsui has something for everyone.
Hi, science museum is perfect for kids. I do not remember exactly the price of the ticket, but it was very reasonable. The exhibits are kid safe and meant to educate them. Hands on approach is encouraged. But you must take... More
Hi, science museum is perfect for kids. I do not remember exactly the price of the ticket, but it was very reasonable. The exhibits are kid safe and meant to educate them. Hands on approach is encouraged. But you must take intonthe account that some kids gets bored after a while.
There is a snack room, but no food sold there, just a vending machine with drinks and a microwave- so my guess is you are expected to bring your own food. All the cafes are way across the street from the museum park, so... More
There is a snack room, but no food sold there, just a vending machine with drinks and a microwave- so my guess is you are expected to bring your own food. All the cafes are way across the street from the museum park, so don't repeat my mistake, take some food with you.