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Jean-Michel Cousteau's Secret Ocean

Filmed over three years around the globe with the specifically developed tools that allow underwater filming in ultra-HD 5K, slow motion, macro and motion control, this Show captures extraordinary images of over 30 species and reveals the interesting behaviours of these creatures. Come immerse yourself in the magnificent water world. No gears required.

Jean-Michel Cousteau's Secret Ocean Filmed over three years around the globe with the specifically developed tools that allow underwater filming in ultra-HD 5K, slow motion, macro and motion control, this Show captures extraordinary images of over 30 species and reveals the interesting behaviours of these creatures. Come immerse yourself in the magnificent water world. No gears required. Jean-Michel Cousteau's Secret Ocean
Hong Kong Space Museum
Jean-Michel Cousteau's Secret Ocean
Filmed over three years around the globe with the specifically developed tools that allow underwater filming in ultra-HD 5K, slow motion, macro and motion control, this Show captures extraordinary images of over 30 species and reveals the interesting behaviours of these creatures. Come immerse yourself in the magnificent water world. No gears required.
2017.09.01 - 2018.02.28
Hong Kong Space Museum
3D Dome show "The Man from the 9 Dimensions"

In this show, scientists have been hunting a strange being with the name T.o.E.. Scientists believed that all the mysteries of the physical world will be solved if they catch him, but whenever they manage to track him down and are just an inch from seizing him, he suddenly vanishes, leaving the scientists in astonishment. Yet he is keen to bring the audiences on a fantastical journey to his world. [...]

3D Dome show "The Man from the 9 Dimensions" In this show, scientists have been hunting a strange being with the name T.o.E.. Scientists believed that all the mysteries of the physical world will be solved if they catch him, but whenever they manage to track him down and are just an inch from seizing him, he suddenly vanishes, leaving the scientists in astonishment. Yet he is keen to bring the audiences on a fantastical journey to his world. [...] 3D Dome show
Hong Kong Space Museum
3D Dome show
In this show, scientists have been hunting a strange being with the name T.o.E.. Scientists believed that all the mysteries of the physical world will be solved if they catch him, but whenever they manage to track him down and are just an inch from seizing him, he suddenly vanishes, leaving the scientists in astonishment. Yet he is keen to bring the audiences on a fantastical journey to his world. [...]
2018.01.01 - 2018.06.30
Hong Kong Space Museum
Wonder Materials - Graphene and Beyond

It features over 100 objects and atomic models from scientists, collections of the Natural History Museum and London Science Museum, and interactive exhibits and video programmes. You can discover the curious method that led to the isolation of graphene for the first time, learn more about the unique properties of graphene and cutting edge research projects, and encounter [...]

Wonder Materials - Graphene and Beyond It features over 100 objects and atomic models from scientists, collections of the Natural History Museum and London Science Museum, and interactive exhibits and video programmes. You can discover the curious method that led to the isolation of graphene for the first time, learn more about the unique properties of graphene and cutting edge research projects, and encounter [...] Wonder Materials - Graphene and Beyond
Hong Kong Science Museum
Wonder Materials - Graphene and Beyond
It features over 100 objects and atomic models from scientists, collections of the Natural History Museum and London Science Museum, and interactive exhibits and video programmes. You can discover the curious method that led to the isolation of graphene for the first time, learn more about the unique properties of graphene and cutting edge research projects, and encounter [...]
2017.12.15 - 2018.04.18
Hong Kong Science Museum
Key Programmes
3D Dome show
3D Dome show "We Are Stars 3D"

The 3D Dome Show "We Are Stars 3D" seeks to answer some of the biggest questions of all time. What are we made of? Where did it all come from? The show also explores the secrets of our cosmic chemistry, our explosive origins and connects life on Earth to the evolution of the Universe. Come and be amazed.

2017.07.01 - 2017.12.31
Hong Kong Space Museum
Energy Machine
Energy Machine

This 22-metre-high Energy Machine is the Science Museum's tallest and biggest exhibit. It is also the largest machine of its kind in the world. Occupying four-storeys of space, it stands prominently in the centre of various exhibition halls. This exhibit demonstrates energy conversion through the movement of balls down the towers. When set in motion, a continuous stream of balls will roll along tracks within and between the two towers like a roller coaster, producing dramatic sounds and visual effects.

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Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Science Museum - Video Programme
Hong Kong Science Museum - Video Programme

The new video highlights capture every single detail of our programmes and activities with the most fabulous shoots and memorable moments.

Hong Kong Science Museum
Astro Park
Astro Park

The Astro Park located in Sai Kung is equipped with stargazing facilities, Chinese and Western astronomical instruments from ancient to modern times.

Hong Kong Space Museum
Jockey Club Environmental Conservation Gallery
Jockey Club Environmental Conservation Gallery

When watching the programme projected on the large spherical screen, the visitors will realise that our planet is facing many threats and the system as a whole is very fragile. The lovely green ambassador - Little Penguin, will guide the visitors through a journey encompassing over 40 interactive exhibits under 10 themes to raise awareness on environmental protection.

Hong Kong Science Museum
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