Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Hit up one of Hong Kong’s many museums, where you can enjoy family-bonding time while also picking up interesting new facts and knowledge, be it about outer space or local locomotive history. If you have a few curious minds among your travel clan then you’re sure to enjoy any — or all — of these museums.
If you’re visiting with little ones, be sure to head up to the Children’s Gallery on the third floor, where kids can construct a house, create puffy cloud rings and partake in other fun and interactive activities. Also be sure to keep your head up to see the museum’s famed Energy Machine. The biggest gadget of its kind in the world, this 22-metre contraption is a spectacular way to witness energy conversion in action.
The Experiential Exhibition Tour is one of the most unique attractions in town. Operated by Dialogue Experience (DE), a social inclusive brand that aims to improve social inclusion for the visually impaired and other differently abled individuals, the immersive walking tour takes you through a pitch-black room that’s transformed to simulate different Hong Kong settings, from a rollicking ferry ride to a bustling wet market. Each tour is intimate — consisting of no more than eight people — and lasts for 60 minutes, during which you’ll be led by a guide who’ll help you appreciate your surroundings with all your other senses. English tours are available with advanced arrangement.
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