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I used to love visiting this museum as a child. It’s just as I remembered it....30 years ago.
Now it really shows it’s age
-no online ticket booking - we queued 45 mins
-space theatre - old projector system which meant the film...More
Not much need to be said for the inside as the ticketing system has already ruined the trip. I can't believe they are still selling tickets at booths outdoor in year 2018. The least they can do is sell admission and theater tickets separately and...More
My parents, sister and I had fun at the museum. You'll learn a lot about the universe and space exploration It's very interactive and there are a lot of games you can play and videos you can watch. You learn a lot and for a...More
Good place to spend a few hours if it is raining or to get out of the heat. We purchased an annual pass ($50HKD adult) and was able to see all the fixed displays. A little tricky to navigate which displays/exhibitions you can view as...More
Most of the museum is a waste of time but the 3D space theatre is exceptional. If you go for a matinee show the shows are in Cantonese but you can use a headset to listen in English. The film we watched was "the Man...More
Buying tickets was also quite confusing although the security guard was a big help and very friendly. You can buy tickets to watch the show or to visit the exhibition. There are 2 separate tickets so choose one or both. The are about 4 different...More
The museum is relatively quite small and focuses on things like the Big Bang and the formation of planets. There is a small second floor exhibit which we found much more interesting as it talks about modern day space exploration and Chinese astronauts. As someone...More
Don't get your hopes up.
After a 2 year and multi-million dollar renovation, it is still as unimaginative and boring as ever. The exhibits are of a newer concept but still look dated. The hands-on equipment for the kids are broken. Of all the hand-om...More
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Hi - the hall is closed until April 25,2018 for renovation. I was there today April 5,2018). Schools can still apply to go and visit with special permission. There are some shows that are still available in Cantonese, but... More
Hi - the hall is closed until April 25,2018 for renovation. I was there today April 5,2018). Schools can still apply to go and visit with special permission. There are some shows that are still available in Cantonese, but you can wear earphones to listen in English.