The Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum (CDM) is a recognized tax-exempt charitable institution in Hong Kong, under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance.
CDM is a venue for families and school groups to explore, create, and express themselves together. It showcases how much can be learned through play and aims to foster a love of learning beyond the classroom. CDM is the first of its kind in Hong Kong and its exhibits uniquely reflect the city’s people and culture. CDM generates its revenue from ticket admissions and from the support of generous donors. It is not affiliated with nor receive any donations from the HKSAR Government.
The museum welcomes all Hong Kong communities to engage with interactive educational exhibits, which are designed for children 10 years old and under. Family members from ages 0 to 100 are encouraged to join in the play.
There are generally three 2.5 hour sessions per day, with a maximum capacity of 150 people. For exact session times and availability, please click here: "Buy Tickets Now".
What is a Children's Museum?
Children’s museums are an informal education venue for families. They are child-centered, offering developmentally-appropriate exhibits and programs that explore a variety of topics. Exhibits are interactive and hands-on, motivating play-based learning experiences that differ from those at home or at school.
- CHILD-INITIATED PLAY: Children are free to stay at one exhibit or to explore where their interests take them.
- PLEASE TOUCH: Visitors are encouraged to touch and interact with the exhibits.
- OPEN-ENDED: Numerous possibilities help to ignite children’s curiosities.
- CURATED CONTENT: A range of diverse subjects are carefully researched and represented in the exhibits.
- BUILDING FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS: Experiences and resources foster life-long learning across generations
Image Credit: Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum
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