Hong Kong Science Museum

When on vacation, I always try to squeeze in something educational for the kids. 

That’s how we ended up at the Hong Kong Science museum. They are open M-F from 10am- 7pm. Closed Thursdays. FREE admission on Wednesdays. That’s when we went ofcourse! Free admission!!! Woohoo!

A half day at the museum was more than enough for exploration and discovery. It’s an interactive museum. MEANING: Tons for little hands to touch and manipulate. My 6-year-old and my 15-month-old were definitely busy, busy, busy! 
Teo enjoyed looking at all the little critters.

Tinkering with the machines.

Figuring out how the ball floats and moves.

He loved the mirror maze. Five Teos! God help us! HahahašŸ˜‚

Optical illusion. Lots of people having their pictures taken here. Naturally, we had to check out the hype for ourselves!

Caleb enjoyed the exhibit on power and electricity. WARNING: you might experience some mild electric shock while interacting with the displays. All for good fun ofcourse!

Our favorite exhibit was the solar powered planes. You use a mirror to reflect light onto the planes’ solar panelled wings to make them move. How cool is that!?! Boys will be boys. Needless to say, we spent a lot of time here.

The puzzles exhibit was our last stop before leaving the museum. As you could see, everyone had fun while learning something (Yes, even the hubby Hahaha! ). 

Till next time! Thanks for stopping by! šŸ˜‰

For more on the museum, visit their website:

http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/CE/Museum/Science/en_US/web/scm/index.html

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