Right opposite the HK Museum of History, the Science Museum is a small collection of small galleries mainly for kids. But the quality of exhibits and the imaginative presentation means that only an exceptionally clever or dull adult will come away without learning something new.
Aviation enthusiasts will love the very first DC-3 operated by Cathay Pacific, ‘Betsy’ which hangs from the ceiling in the Transport gallery. The temporary exhibition on Julius Caesar was superb, with wooden scale models of many Roman military and civil inventions which contributed to the success of the Roman Empire. This exhibition made the entry fee worth it, otherwise it is a bit on the high side at $25. A small shop sells good books and toys for kids.
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