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Other Leisure & Cultural Services Department Museums

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Hong Kong Science Museum

2732-3232

2 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2732-3232

Hong Kong Museum of Art

10

2721-0116

10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2721-0116

Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

2869-0690

Hong Kong Park, Cotton Tree Drive, Central, HK


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2869-0690

Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre

7A

2521-3008

Hong Kong Park, 7A Kennedy Road, Central, HK


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2521-3008

Hong Kong Museum of History

100

2724-9042

100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2724-9042

Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

41

2386-2863

41 Tonkin Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2386-2863

Law Uk Folk Museum

14

2896-7006

14 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan, HK


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2896-7006

Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum

2367-6373

7 Castle Road, Central District, HK


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2367-6373

Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence

175

2569-1500

175 Tung Hei Road, Shau Kei Wan, HK


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries: 2569-1500

Hong Kong Heritage Museum


Stanley Ho
Space Theatre Shows

3D OMNIMAX Show ...................................................................... 4 - 5

OMNIMAX Shows .......................................................................... 6 - 9

Sky Show . ................................................................................. 10 - 11

School Shows ............................................................................ 12 - 13


Exhibitions

Permanent Exhibitions ...................................................................... 14


Astronomical Information

Night Sky of the Season . .................................................................. 15

Astronomical Picture of the Season ........................................... 16 - 17


Education and
Extension Activities

Astronomical Observations ............................................................... 18

Lecture Series ............................................................................ 19 - 21

Special Lectures ........................................................................ 22 - 24

2180-8188

1 Man Lam Road, Shatin, NT


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2180-8188

Sheung Yiu Folk Museum

2792-6365

Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail, Sai Kung, NT


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2792-6365

Hong Kong Railway Museum

13

2653-3455

13 Shung Tak Street, Tai Po Market, Tai Po, NT


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2653-3455

Sam Tung Uk Museum

Astronomy Film Shows ..................................................................... 25


Astronomy Course ............................................................................ 26


Others

Application Forms ...................................................................... 27 - 28

2411-2001

2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan, NT


Closed on Tuesdays
Enquiries: 2411-2001

My Culture ........................................................................................ 29

Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery cum Heritage Trail Visitors Centre

Museum Pass ............................................................................ 30 - 31

2617-1959

Hang Tau Tsuen, Ping Shan, Yuen Long, New Territories


Closed on Mondays
Enquiries : 2617 1959

Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre

Inclement Weather Special Arrangement ....................................32 - 33

2208-4400

Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries : 2208-4400

Antiquities and Monuments Office

136
2208-4400

136 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Enquiries : 2208-4400

Hong Kong Film Archive

50

2739-2139

50 Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho, HK


Closed on Thursdays
Enquiries : 2739-2139

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Produced by the Hong Kong Space Museum : December 2012


Editorial : School Programme Unit

Ticketing Information ......................................................................... 34


Show Schedule . ............................................................................... 35

All programmes and prices are subject to


change without prior notice

3D OMNIMAX SHOW

3D OMNIMAX SHOW

Space Junk

1957

Since the dawn of the Space Age in 1957, thousands of artificial satellites have been launched and only around
1000 are still in operation. Through these years, many space vehicles were launched with astronauts on board,
such as Apollo space crafts, Skylab, Soyuz and space shuttles, to carry out various missions. These space
vehicles also left huge amounts of mission-related objects like cast-off bolts, connected rings, rockets debris,
left-over fuel, and so on. Together with the malfunctioned satellites, all became space junk, creating an orbiting
junkyard of cast-off space debris.

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Each of these little pieces of debris whizzes around in its own orbit at a speed of about 10 km a second -more than six times faster than a speeding bullet. The kinetic energy at that speed is about 36 times that of
an equivalent mass of TNT. The tragic consequence caused by these orbiting debris was later known as The
Kessler Syndrome after Donald Kessler, the ex-head of NASA's Orbital Debris Office. Kessler had predicted
that random collisions among these manmade objects would produce debris more dangerous than natural
meteoroids in space. The resulting chain reaction would create exponentially clouds of debris and it would
seriously affect our daily live and also endanger human life.

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Starting from 1 January 2013, a new 3D Omnimax Show Space Junk will guide the audience to the Earth
orbits, witnessing the heavy traffic where satellites constantly crossing each others paths within a short
distance. This can happen around 1,500 times a day. And we shall see how scientists devised new schemes to
clean up space. Modern civilization relies heavily on satellites: GPS, weather forecast, financial trading, satellite
TV and other aspects of living are examples of our profound linkage to the space. The alarming fact is: we have
created a mine field in space and we are treading on it everyday.
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Place
Admission Fees :



:
Duration
Show Schedule :

Stanley Ho Space Theatre


Front stalls $24, stalls $32 (Standard)
Front stalls $12, stalls $16 (Concession)
(Concession is applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities and senior
citizens aged 60 or above)
39 minutes
Please refer to SHOW SCHEDULE on p.35

Showing until 30 June 2013

OMNIMAX SHOWS

OMNIMAX SHOWS

Flying Monsters

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220 million years ago, back in the Mesozoic Era, it was the heyday of reptiles. They were the rulers of the Earth.
The world was full of various kinds of reptiles: marine reptiles dominated the ocean, dinosaurs reigned on land
and pterosaurs occupied the sky.

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Pterosaurs were the first backboned animals that took to the sky. They dominated the sky for 150 million
years. But how did they evolve from reptiles as small as lizards into large flying creatures with a wingspan over
10 metres? Why would they know how to fly? How did they fly? To answer these questions, we shall follow
world renowned British naturalist David Attenborough to different parts of the world to look for fossils of the
pterosaurs so as to have a better understanding of the evolution of these huge prehistoric beasts as well as
their amazing body structures. State-of-theart technology will be used to unveil the mysteries of pterosaurs that
have puzzled scientists for decades.

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By using advanced computer animation technology, the Omnimax Show Flying Monsters takes the audience
back to the prehistoric world 220 million years ago. It will explore the evolution process of the pterosaurs, make
known their lives and the characteristics of different types of pterosaurs. What is more, the audience will soar
high into the sky with the largest pterosaur ever and the mystery of how these gigantic creatures could fly will
be unravelled.
Place
:
Admission Fees :



:
Duration
Show Schedule :

Stanley Ho Space Theatre


Front stalls $24, stalls $32 (Standard)
Front stalls $12, stalls $16 (Concession)
(Concession is applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities and senior
citizens aged 60 or above)
39 minutes
Please refer to SHOW SCHEDULE on p.35

Showing until 28 February 2013

OMNIMAX SHOWS

OMNIMAX SHOWS

To the Arctic

Lets come and join our extraordinary journey to the northern tip of the world, where the vast expanse of
permafrost is dominated by spectacular landscapes of immense glaciers, majestic waterfalls, giant ice shelves
and amazing auroras. Here is one of the Earths most frigid places to live, but many wild animals have adapted
to the hostile environment and settled here.

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As global warming quickly escalates into a global warning, the fragile and vulnerable Arctic climate has been
seriously affected. With less ice to reflect the Suns rays, the Arctic is warming at a rate twice as fast as
anywhere else on Earth. Scientists predict that in the near future, the Arctic Ocean will be completely free of
sea ice during summer time. Wildlife is also threatened by the grave impact. Polar bears have to swim longer
distances to search for food because of the dwindling sea ice cover. Caribou have to migrate to grassland
earlier than before, because of floods caused by premature melting of ice in early spring.
The new Omnimax Show To the Arctic takes audience to the pristine Arctic Circle, explores how wildlife
copes with the worsening environment under the threat of global warming. The audience can witness from a
close distance the lives of a mother polar bear with her twin cubs, and in an inspired story of love and survival,
see how she protects her children from fierce and ruthless enemies.
Place
:
Admission Fees :



:
Duration
Show Schedule :

Stanley Ho Space Theatre


Front stalls $24, stalls $32 (Standard)
Front stalls $12, stalls $16 (Concession)
(Concession is applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities and senior
citizens aged 60 or above)
39 minutes
Please refer to SHOW SCHEDULE on p.35

Showing from 1 March to 31 August 2013

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SKY SHOWS

SKY SHOWS

Tales of the Maya Skies

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The Maya civilization has long given us a mysterious and unfathomable impression. Date back to 300B.C. or
more, highly developed Maya civilization emerged in the present day Yucatan Peninsula of South America. The
Maya had their unique hieroglyph writing and they used the concept of zero in calculation 800 years earlier
than the Europeans. With the knowledge of mathematics, they built the most ancient observatory to record the
ascending and descending positions of the Sun, the Moon and other celestial bodies. Even before telescopes
and fraction calculations were invented, they had already accurately calculated the occurrence of total solar
eclipses and created a calendar based on the cycle of the Sun.

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Unfortunately, in the 16th century, due to the invasion of the Spanish, the Maya civilization was destroyed
and even vanished, the wealth of which was thus buried in the forest. It was not until the mid-20th century
that archaeologists set foot in this green forest and the relevant historical remains were brought to light again.
However, the Maya civilization had already become a mysterious and ancient legend.
Our brand new Sky Show Tales of the Maya Skies will together with the audience unveil the mystery of the
Maya civilization, witness an ancient legend of the creation of the world, admire the remarkable achievements
of the Maya in astronomy and mathematics as well as learn how science, art and myths were interwoven to
create a brilliant ancient civilization of 2000 years.
Place
:
Admission Fees :



:
Duration
Show Schedule :

Stanley Ho Space Theatre


Front stalls $24, stalls $32 (Standard)
Front stalls $12, stalls $16 (Concession)
(Concession is applicable to full-time students, people with
disabilities and senior citizens aged 60 or above)
34 minutes
Please refer to SHOW SCHEDULE on p.35

Showing until 29 April 2013

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SCHOOL SHOWS

SCHOOL SHOWS

Secret of the Cardboard Rocket

Dawn of the Space Age





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The audiences of the School Show Secret of the Cardboard Rocket will join two children and a talking
astronomy book on a magical journey by travelling on a cardboard rocket throughout the Solar System.
During the tour, they will visit the Sun, the eight planets and Pluto; land on Venus, Mars and Pluto; fly through
the Great Red Spot on Jupiter; and view the Sun and other planets from vantage points.
Target
: Primary Students
Place
: Stanley Ho Space Theatre
Duration : 42 minutes
* The Show is available in Cantonese and English





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School Show Dawn of the Space Age relives the excitement of the early days of space exploration and
chronicles the major milestones of the space age: from the historic launch of the first artificial satellite Sputnik 1,
man's heroic entry in space, the thrilling first spacewalk, the magnificent lunar landings, to the recent privately
operated space flights.
Target
: Primary and Secondary Students
Place
: Stanley Ho Space Theatre
Duration : 41 minutes
* The Show is available in Cantonese,
English, Putonghua and Japanese

* 1620
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2734-2720 (9
125)

* Student ticket price: $16. A teacher complimentary


ticket will be issued for every purchase of 20 student
tickets
* As only one school show can be shown in the Space
Theatre at a time, schools should make their choices
when submitting applications
* Please refer to TICKETING INFORMATION or call
2734-2720 for school schedule and advance booking
(Monday to Friday : 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
- 5:00 p.m.)

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PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS
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There are over 50 groups of exhibits in the two


Exhibition Halls of the Hong Kong Space Museum.
The exhibits, predominantly interactive, enable
visitors to learn through a series of entertaining as
well as educational experiences. Two Theme Areas,
Space Science and Astronomy, are respectively
contained in the Exhibition Halls on the ground floor
and the first floor.

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1/2/2013

1/3/2013

Night Sky of the Season

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The Theme Areas are further subdivided into the


following Topic Areas:
Hall of Space Science
Ancient Astronomical History
Science Fiction
Early Rockets
Launch Vehicles
Satellites and Space Probes
Manned Spaceflight
Space Shuttle
Space Station
Future Space Programmes

Hall of Astronomy
Observational Astronomy
The Solar System
Solar Science
Stars
Universe

Admission Fees: $10 (Standard)



$5 (Concession)

(Concession is applicable to
full-time students, people with
disabilities and senior citizens aged
60 or above)
Opening Hours and Other Incentive Schemes: Please
refer to TICKETING INFORMATION

1/1/2013 11:00 p.m.


1/2/2013 9:00 p.m.
1/3/2013 7:00 p.m.
Mercury: Moves from Sagittarius to
Capricornus in January

Moves from Capricornus via

Aquarius to Pisces in February

Moves from Pisces back to
Aquarius in March

Venus:


Moves from Ophiuchus to


Sagittarius in January
Moves from Sagittarius via
Capricornus to Aquarius in
February
Moves from Aquarius to
Pisces in March

Mars:

Moves from Capricornus to


Aquarius in January

In Aquarius in February

Moves from Aquarius to

Pisces in March
Jupiter: In Taurus in January,

February and March
Saturn: In Libra in January,

February and March

Astronomical Picture of the Season

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Total Solar Eclipse


By : Thomas Fok
Date and Time : 14/11/2012 06:29 (UTC+10)
Place : Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia
Photographic Data :
Lens : 71mm aperture refractor telescope
Focal length : 280mm
Exposure : ISO 200, combined from 8 images

with shutter speed from 1s to 1/1250s
Mount : Equatorial Mount

ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS

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LECTURE SERIES

( to be conducted in Cantonese)


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( to be conducted in Cantonese)

Astronomy Happy Hour

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2013320 ()
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Ancient Chinese Astronomy (4th Series) Ancient Chinese Calendar

Astronomy Carnival

( to be conducted in Cantonese)

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2013226 ()
2013326 ()
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LECTURE SERIES

Stanley Ho Space Theatre Lectures on Astronomy


( to be conducted in Cantonese)
20097

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LECTURE SERIES

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7830
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Extraordinary Astronomical Events

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( to be conducted in Cantonese)

Leadership Training in Astronomical Activities

( to be conducted in Cantonese)

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SPECIAL LECTURES

SPECIAL LECTURES

2013

Astronomical Events in 2013

Review on Observation of Total Solar Eclipse in Australia

( to be conducted in Cantonese)

( to be conducted in Cantonese)

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2013

2013119 ()
3430

201211141300

2013317 ()
3430

Protostar
( to be conducted in Cantonese)

(Molecular cloud)(Protostar)
(Pre-main-sequence star)(Main-sequence star)

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3430

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SPECIAL LECTURES

ASTRONOMY FILM SHOWS

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Date

Time

Titles

19.1.2013
( Saturday)

56

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Naked Science: Moon Mysteries *

23.2.2013
( Saturday)

56

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Naked Science: Birth of the Earth *

17.3.2013
( Sunday)

56

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Naked Science: Solar force *

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3430

From Earth To Mars


Steps Towards the First Human Mission to the Red Planet
(to be conducted in English)
The first human mission to Mars will be humanitys greatest undertaking in space exploration in the 21st
century. As with all expeditions, its success will depend on planning. The first steps towards a human journey
to the Red Planet are already underway, as we achieve longer spaceflight missions, plan for new deep space
journeys, and explore extreme environments on Earth viewed as Mars analogs. Dr. Pascal Lee will discuss
progress being made around the world, from the Arctic to Antarctica, from basement labs to the International
Space Station, to eventually achieve the voyage to Mars. He will examine in turn the what, why, how, when,
and who of the First Human Mission to Mars.
Speaker : Dr. Pascal Lee (Director, NASA Ames Research Center Haughton-Mars Project)
Date : 6 April 2013 (Saturday)
Time : 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
Place : Lecture Hall
Free admission at a first come, first served basis.

* Films sponsored by National Geographic Channel

Place : Lecture Hall



Free admission on a first come, first served basis

Programmes are narrated in English with Chinese subtitles

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ASTRONOMY COURSE

Astronomical Observation

( to be conducted in Cantonese)
: 1301

28/3/2013 ()
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

9/4/2013 ()
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

18/4/2013 ()
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

20/4/2013 ()
2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

25/4/2013 ()
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

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380*

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: 2734-2711 (9125)
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60

application formS

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application formS

MY CULTURE

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MUSEUM PASS

MUSEUM PASS

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www.museums.gov.hk

LCSD Museum Pass has been redesigned with a new logo created by internationally renowned designer Dr
Kan Tai-keung. Museum Pass holders can enjoy unlimited admission for free to visit the permanent exhibitions
or most of the thematic exhibitions staged at 7 LCSD museums that levy admission fees, namely the Hong
Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Science
Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum (except for programmes in the Stanley Ho Space Theatre), Hong Kong
Museum of Coastal Defence and the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum. Coming up are a number of spectacular
exhibitions, such as "Julius Caesar: Military Genius and Mighty Machines" at the Hong Kong Science Museum,
"Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal" at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, "The Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia"
at the Hong Kong Museum of History and "Faberg: Legacy of Imperial Russia" at the Hong Kong Heritage
Museum.
The Museum Pass also entitles Annual and Half-year holders to an array of related benefits, such as a 10
percent discount for cash purchase of selected items at various museum gift shops, a 10 percent discount for
participation in extension activities organised by the museums and a 10 percent discount when purchasing
Ocean Park's SmartFun Annual Pass. Furthermore, Museum Annual Pass holders will also enjoy discounts
of $50, $40 and $30 off published prices for the purchase of Adult, Child/Student and Senior Magic Access
tickets for Hong Kong Disneyland Park.
Sign up now to enjoy fabulous benefits of Museum Pass! For details,
please visit Hong Kong Public Museums Portal: www.museums.gov.hk.

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Museum and Exhibition Halls


Opening

Family Programmes and


Fun Astronomy Classes

1. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above

Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 or above /


Red Rainstorm Signal / Black Rainstorm Signal

The Museum and Exhibition Halls will be


closed. They will remain closed if the signal is
lowered 2 hours or less before the normal
closing time
2. Black Rainstorm Signal
If the signal is issued while the Museum and
Exhibition Halls are in service, the normal
opening hours will remain unchanged
If the signal is issued before the opening hours,
they will be closed until the signal is cancelled.
They will remain closed if the signal is cancelled
2 hours or less before the normal closing time

Shows of Stanley Ho Space Theatre

1.

2.

1. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above

2.




3.

Shows already in progress will continue. Shows


not yet started will be cancelled. Shows will
resume normal 3 hours after the signal is
lowered. If the signal is lowered 3 hours or less
before the normal closing time of the Museum,
all shows will be cancelled
2. Black Rainstorm Signal

If the signal is issued while the Museum is in


service, all shows will be screened as scheduled

If the signal is issued before the opening hours


of the Museum, the shows will be cancelled.
Shows will resume normal 3 hours after the
signal is lowered. If the signal is lowered 3
hours or less before the normal closing time of
the Museum, all shows will be cancelled

3.

All Family Programmes and Fun Astronomy


Classes will be cancelled
If the above mentioned warming signal is
lowered 3 hours or more before the programme
commences, the programme will be proceeded
as scheduled

Other Museum Activities (including


Astronomical Observations,
Astronomy Film Shows, Astronomy
Courses, Lectures, etc)
1. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above
All activities will be cancelled
If the warming signal is lowered 3 hours or
more before the activity commences, the activity
will be proceeded as scheduled
2. Black Rainstorm Signal
Activities already in progress will continue
Activities not yet started will be cancelled
If the warming signal is lowered 3 hours or
more before the activity commences, the activity
will be proceeded as scheduled
3. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 /
Red Rainstorm Signal
All activities will be proceeded as scheduled

3. Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 /


Red Rainstorm Signal
All shows will be screened as scheduled

* Arrangements will be made for shows or activities cancelled owing to inclement weather.

Ticketing Information

Admission Fees

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3D Dome Show / Sky Show / OMNIMAX Show


Standard : front stalls $24
stalls $32
* Concession : front stalls $12
stalls $16
(children under 3 years old will not be admitted)
Exhibition Halls
Standard: $10 *Concession : $5
3 0% discount on every purchase of 20 or more
Exhibition Halls standard tickets of the same price (except
concession tickets)
Admission charges to Exhibition Halls will be waived for
groups of 20 or more visitors from school and registered
non-profit-making organizations (upon production of
copy of supporting documents) with written application
at least two weeks before the visit (limited quota on a
first-come, first-served basis)

Free admission to Exhibition Halls on Wednesdays
Free admission for children under 4 years old, but they
must be accompanied by adults
* Concession is applicable to full-time students, people
with disabilities (and one accompanying minder) and
senior citizens aged 60 or above

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Group Booking (Space Theatre Show)

**

(only available to schools or non-profit-making


organizations)
Minimum number of tickets to be booked: not less than
20**
When to apply: 1 to 3 months in advance of the day of
visit. Please call 2734-2720 for details
** Application for arrangement of School Shows by a
school will be accepted if the number of participated
students / teachers satisfies the minimum requirement of
100. In case there are less than 100 participants for an
application, the Space Museum may arrange for a show
at discretion if the total number of participants from all
schools under application on the day exceeds 100.

Counter Bookings

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2734-2720

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MegaBox

Arena

http://www.urbtix.hk
2111-5999
2734-9009

Advance booking up to one week is available.


Tickets for Exhibition Halls and Stanley Ho Space
Theatre programmes are available at the Space
Museum Box Office as well as all URBTIX outlets at the
HK Cultural Centre, Ko Shan Theatre, HK Arts Centre,
HK Coliseum, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, City Hall, Town
Halls (Shatin, Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun, North District), Civic
Centres (Ngau Chi Wan, Sheung Wan, Sai Wan Ho, Tai Po),
Theatres (Kwai Tsing, Yuen Long) and Tom Lee Music Co.
Ltd. Branches (Cameron Lane, Telford Plaza, Tai Koo Shing
Cityplaza, Causeway Bay, Shatin, Tsuen Wan Discovery
Park, Luk Yeung Galleria, Ma On Shan, Tuen Mun Town
Plaza, Aberdeen, Yuen Long, Tseung Kwan O, Tsing Yi,
Westwood, Tai Po, MegaBox, Hung Hom, North Point,
Chai Wan, Siu Sai Wan, Wan Chai, Olympian City and Lok
Fu), AsiaWorld-Arena, Happy Sound Music Limited Mong
Kok Branch, Youth Square in Chai Wan, HKICC Lee Shau
Kee School of Creativity in Kowloon and Jockey Club
Creative Arts Centre.
Internet Booking: http://www.urbtix.hk
Telephone Credit Card Booking: 2111-5999
Ticketing Enquiries: 2734-9009

STANLEY HO SPACE THEATRE SHOW SCHEDULE

Show Time

Monday

11:10 a.m.

Stanley Ho Space Theatre Show Schedule

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sun & Holiday

School Show

School Show

School Show

School Show

School Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

12:20 p.m.

School Show

School Show

School Show

School Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

1:30 p.m.

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

2:40 p.m.

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3:50 p.m.

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

5:00 p.m.

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

6:10 p.m.

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

3D OMNIMAX
Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

Sky Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

Tuesday

Closed

except public holidays

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7:20 p.m.

Sky Show

Sky Show

8:30 p.m.

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

OMNIMAX Show

3D

3D OMNIMAX Show

Sky Show

Space Junk 3D

Tales of the Maya Skies

(1.1.2013 - 30.6.2013)

(1.11.2012 - 29.4.2013)

Flying Monsters
(1.9.2012 - 28.2.2013)

School booking only

OMNIMAX Show

To the Arctic
(1.3.2013 - 31.8.2013)

All programmes are subject to change without prior notice

Shows marked with * are in English narration through the main


sound system while other shows are narrated in Cantonese.
Narration in English, Cantonese, Putonghua or Japanese for
OMNIMAX Show, Sky Show and 3D OMNIMAX Show is available
through selectors and headphones mounted on every seat.
School shows are available to schools only

Hong Kong Space Museum Opening Hours

Museum Box Office Opening Hours

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Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.


Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays : 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays (Except public holidays)
Closed at 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve
Closed on the first two days of the Lunar New Year

Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 12 noon - 8:45 p.m.


Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays : 10 a.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays (Except public holidays)
Closed at 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve and Lunar New Years Eve
Closed on the first two days of the Lunar New Year

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