Turning 7 - The Hong Kong Trip Part 2 (Space Museum & Avenue of Stars)
We headed to Hong Kong Space Museum on our 3rd night before adjourning to Avenue of Stars. The Space Museum is a very interesting educational place you could bring your little ones to when you are in Hong Kong. It has a comprehensive coverage on our universe. The admission fee to the exhibition hall is so nominal - HK$10 for adult; HK$5 for child/senior. Admission is free on Wednesday, & we so happened to be there on a Wednesday night!
They also have Omnimax shows daily on separate purchase. We did not watch any of the shows as the schedule didn't quite fit.
|Eclipse Model to allow visitors to have a better understanding|
|Explanation on Eclipse|
|That explains the day is longer during summer than winter|
|A replica of a spaceship|
|A replica of a spacesuit that Apollo astronauts used on the moon.|
|Before men, animals were used to send to outer space to 'test water'|
The Hong Kong Space Museum is definitely a worthy visit for us. We had to cut short the tour as the time for the laser show (A Symphony of Lights) at Avenue of Stars was starting soon. This was AJ's 1st, thus I can't let him miss out.
|Excited to watch the laser show|
|A Symphony of Lights|
The Hong Kong Space Museum & the Avenue of Stars are very near to each other.
Hong Kong Space Museum
10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui East Exit (Sogo Departmental Store)
Mon to Fri: 1-9pm (closed on Tues)
Sat to Sun & Public Holidays: 10am-9pm
Avenue of Stars
Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui East Exit J
A Symphony of Lights laser show is 8pm daily (subject to weather condition)
Click the link to view our Hong Kong trip on:
(1) Disneyland & Ocean Park
(2) Noah's Ark