Situated between the world famous Peninsula hotel and Victoria Harbor you will easily find the special-designed Hong Kong Space Museum. It is also one of the largest planetariums in the world.
Opened in 1980, the museums unique egg-shaped dome structure added another famous architectural highlight to Hong Kong. Besides hosting the first local planetarium, two thematic exhibition halls of space science and astronomy, the museum became the first one to possess an OMNIMAX film projector with a fully automatic control system in the eastern hemisphere. There are different scientific documentary on show every week.
Standard ticket HK$ 10;
Students, Seniors, Disabled HK$ 5;
Free admission on Wednesday!
Omnimax Show/Sky Show
Adult HK$ 24-32;
Students, Seniors, Disabled HK$ 12-16;
1:00pm-9:00pm (Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri);
10:00am-9:00pm (Sat, Sun and Public Holidays);
Closed on Tuesday (except Public Holidays)
How to Get to Hong Kong Space Museum:
From Kowloon side: Take MTR subway/East Railway and get off in TST station/East TST station. Then take Exit J and walk through the department store SOGO which takes about 10 minutes walk.
From Island side: Either take the Star Ferry and stroll along the Victoria harbor towards the museum (Not more than 5-10 minutes walk) or take MTR subway and get off in TST station. Then take Exit J and walk through SOGO.
Phone: +(852) 2721 0226
Address: Hong Kong Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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