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Special Exhibition

Move and Play

No matter how old and how strong you are, your every movement requires your brain to coordinate the sensory system, muscles, joints and bones to move smoothly. If a fault occurs in coordination, your movement would instantly fall into disarray. "Move and Play" is a fun-filled exhibition that lets you show your capabilities by challenging your sensory controls and body coordination, gaining an appreciation of the seven senses of human including hearing, smell, sight, touch, taste, proprioception and balance in the process.

This exhibition has a total of twenty very challenging interactive exhibits inviting the participation of visitors to gain an understanding of the different senses, cognitive processes and physical skills that are involved regarding different movements. Visitors can indulge themselves in laughing, jumping, throwing balls, kicking balls, and stretching muscles. In addition, apart from allowing individual visitors to operate the exhibits, some of the exhibits would require the participants to work as a team to complete a given task, while other exhibits can even be enjoyed by people of limited mobility; so that everybody can take an active part to enjoy science!

Please remember to wear sports shoes and sportswear to make your visit an enjoyable and happy one!

The exhibition is produced and supplied by Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre

Exhibition Period: 20-6-2014 (Fri) – 29-10-2014 (Wed)
Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Admission Fee: $30, $21#, $15*

Holders of the above tickets are entitled to admission to the Permanent Exhibition Hall

#Special rate of Standard Ticket for groups of 20 people or more per visit
*Applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities (and one accompanying minder) and senior citizens aged 60 or above
Free admission for Museum Pass holders and children under 4 years old accompanied by an adult with ticket
No free admission on Wednesdays and for Museum Weekly Pass holders



Last Modified: 10-04-2013

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