The Hong Kong Space Museum is the first local planetarium for the popularisation of astronomy and space science.
The unique egg-shaped dome renders the 8000-square-metre museum to be one of the most famous landmarks in Hong Kong.The Museum comprises two wings - east and west. The former, the planetarium's nucleus, has an egg-shaped dome structure.
Beneath it are:
- the Stanley Ho Space Theatre,
- the Hall of Space Science,
- OMNIMAX projector room,
- workshops and offices.
The west wing houses:
- the Hall of Astronomy,
- the Lecture Hall,
- the Gift Shop,
- Resource Centre and offices.
The Museum has two thematic exhibition halls: the Hall of Space Science and the Hall of Astronomy on the ground and first floors respectively. The exhibits, predominately interactive, enable visitors to learn through a series of entertaining and educational experiences.
Mon 13:00–21:00, Wed–Fri 13:00–21:00, Sat – Sun 10:00–21:00.
Image Credit: Hong Kong Space Museum
+(852) 2721 0226
10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How to get there?
East Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit J, walk about 10 minutes to the museum
From Central or Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui. Walk for approximately 10 minutes to the museum.