LiaoNingSheng KeXue JiShuGuan

LiaoNingSheng KeXue JiShuGuan

LiaoNingSheng KeXue JiShuGuan
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Kevin B
Blackburn, UK283 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Business
This is actually my second visit. The first time I came with my two sons (aged 5 and 2), but this time I came with a group of my students.

First, the building. From the outside we have a spanking new, modern and visually striking building, with a nice twist on a geodesic sphere which seems so popular among Asian science museums.

You are greeted by a huge entrance hall once inside, with an interesting feature in the ceiling that put me in mind of a rotating DNA strand. Security seems over strict for a science museum, with bag scanners and a step-through metal detector, but even the police officers on duty were friendly enough so this wasn't really a problem.

We had opted to visit the Children's Science Hall, a hands-on science centre with a range of practical activities.

These included a walk-through (and indeed, slide through) digestive system, various biology puzzles, a group of clever optical illusions and zoetropes, experiements with weight and force, a huge section of water-based activities, a small climbing wall and even a semi-soft play building site with working cranes.

There is a wealth of things to do, with most of it having solid science behind it (if you are of a mind to go over explaining it). Most of the signs are, of course, in Chinese, but even so you can figure out most of what you need to do and many do have headings in English at least.

The staff are mainly effective and observant and a good few have a decent command of English as well, which was useful. The only exception was a pair of cleaners who seemed fascinated enough to follow us 'round much of the afternoon (I promise, we weren't that messy that we needed the full-time attention of two cleaners.

There were a couple of exhibits that weren't operating at full, but to be frank I expect that from anywhere with so many interactive exhibits.

All in all, we spent over three hours there with no sign of the students getting bored, echoing my previous experiences here. The museum is fairly priced, clean and good fun, so well worth a visit with the little ones.
Written October 23, 2015
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Lawrence T
Ashburn, VA89 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Family
We spent our last full day in Shenyang at the museum and it was quite nice. This museum is probably the biggest interactive science museum I've visited. It's well organized with exhibits that would interest kids and adults. My compliments to the facility designers who included English language explanations on the display plaques!
Written August 11, 2017
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Laxiaozi08200912
Beijing, China1,240 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Solo
Visited here in Dec 2014, this is one of the best science technological places that I've visited when I was in my hometown-Shenyang! You can find many gravity labs and even a lab where you can test your flight skills on a model airplane, so cooL!
Written January 31, 2017
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Brian E
Shenyang China70 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Friends
Massive and new - really great for kid - learn about Science and Technology and go to the Amax movies at the same time.
Set in the new Helong Plaza it is a bit of a puzzle to get there but you can travel on a bus,subway,light-rail and walk all in the same journey.
The building and entry hall alone are worth the trip
Written August 19, 2016
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