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Wild Africa

In the OMNIMAX Show "Wild Africa", audience will plunge into nature at its most generous and most harsh, most terrible and most beautiful. They will also encounter extraordinary animals which reveal amazing lessons about the Earth. Come and join us, the watery adventure is about to begin.

Wild Africa In the OMNIMAX Show "Wild Africa", audience will plunge into nature at its most generous and most harsh, most terrible and most beautiful. They will also encounter extraordinary animals which reveal amazing lessons about the Earth. Come and join us, the watery adventure is about to begin. Wild Africa
Hong Kong Space Museum
Wild Africa
In the OMNIMAX Show "Wild Africa", audience will plunge into nature at its most generous and most harsh, most terrible and most beautiful. They will also encounter extraordinary animals which reveal amazing lessons about the Earth. Come and join us, the watery adventure is about to begin.
2017.03.01 - 2017.08.31
Hong Kong Space Museum
KAGAYA's Aurora

In the Sky Show "KAGAYA's Aurora", different auroras captured by time-lapse photography are recreated under the dome. The mechanism of the formation of an aurora is also vividly illustrated by using computer graphics. With aerial shots of glaciers, grand images of the Arctic and melodious New Age Music, audience can step out of their busy lives for a while, connect themselves to nature and experience the aurora [...]

KAGAYA's Aurora In the Sky Show "KAGAYA's Aurora", different auroras captured by time-lapse photography are recreated under the dome. The mechanism of the formation of an aurora is also vividly illustrated by using computer graphics. With aerial shots of glaciers, grand images of the Arctic and melodious New Age Music, audience can step out of their busy lives for a while, connect themselves to nature and experience the aurora [...] KAGAYA's Aurora
Hong Kong Space Museum
KAGAYA's Aurora
In the Sky Show "KAGAYA's Aurora", different auroras captured by time-lapse photography are recreated under the dome. The mechanism of the formation of an aurora is also vividly illustrated by using computer graphics. With aerial shots of glaciers, grand images of the Arctic and melodious New Age Music, audience can step out of their busy lives for a while, connect themselves to nature and experience the aurora [...]
2017.05.01 - 2017.10.30
Hong Kong Space Museum
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Eternal Life – Exploring Ancient Egypt

It introduces six Egyptian mummies between 3,000 and 1,800 years old. Along with the mummy displays and around 200 invaluable objects, digital interpretation of the mummies demonstrates how non-invasive CT allows archaeologists and other specialists to determine the age and gender of the mummified bodies, and to learn more about the diet, state of health, mummification process and [...]

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Eternal Life – Exploring Ancient Egypt It introduces six Egyptian mummies between 3,000 and 1,800 years old. Along with the mummy displays and around 200 invaluable objects, digital interpretation of the mummies demonstrates how non-invasive CT allows archaeologists and other specialists to determine the age and gender of the mummified bodies, and to learn more about the diet, state of health, mummification process and [...] The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Eternal Life – Exploring Ancient Egypt
Hong Kong Science Museum
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Eternal Life – Exploring Ancient Egypt
It introduces six Egyptian mummies between 3,000 and 1,800 years old. Along with the mummy displays and around 200 invaluable objects, digital interpretation of the mummies demonstrates how non-invasive CT allows archaeologists and other specialists to determine the age and gender of the mummified bodies, and to learn more about the diet, state of health, mummification process and [...]
2017.06.02 - 2017.10.18
Hong Kong Science Museum
Key Programmes
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
Portable Energy Harvesting Devices
Portable Energy Harvesting Devices

In order to develop more efficient and more flexible thermoelectric devices, the research team at Hong Kong Baptist University strives to conduct intensive research on sustainable materials and devices. Hopefully in the near future, portable energy harvesting devices can become popular and affordable. [...]

2017.01.13 - 2017.08.30
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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