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Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

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Address:
2000 Century Avenue
Address in Chinese:
世纪大道2000号
Nearest Metro Station:
Science and Technology Museum Station
Cross Street in English:
near Jinxiu Lu
Cross Street in Chinese:
近锦绣路
Opening Hours:
Tue-Sun 9am-5:15pm, closed Mon
Phone:
Tickets: 6854-2000
Price range:
Less than ¥99
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Interactive exhibits using 3-D, musical laser lights, robots and cutting edge technology make a trip to this kid-friendly museum irresistible. Don't miss the earthquake simulator, dancing robots, IMAX and 4-D films. Tickets are RMB60 for adults, RMB30 for students with ID, and free for kids under 1.3 meters.

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Cross Street in English:

2000 Century Avenue, near Jinxiu Lu


Cross Street in Chinese:

世纪大道2000号, 近锦绣路


Phone:
Tickets: 6854-2000

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hibeverly

Chris and I are true geeks at heart. So of cousre, a trip to Shanghai Science & Technology Museum was in order, especially since we were in the area doing Resident Permits. For 60元 (US$8.70) pp, you get to wander through 68,000 square meters of geek paradise. There's entertainment for the whole family, with 5 large main areas - 1) "Earth Exploration" exhibit is a journey to the center of the Earth, complete with fossils 2) "Children's Technoland" has a walk-in heart and brain, as well as a simulated construction zone with soft foam bricks 3) The vast "Light of Wisdom" area has over a hundred interactive stations that bring scientific principles to life. 4) "Cradle of Designers" gives you the chance to design your own cards or create your own video. 5) "Spectrum of Life" is a simulated tropical rainforest with robotic beetles and a bat cave (above descriptions from Frommers.com) The glass-walled building is flat-out impressive from the outside. I've never seen a science & technology museum quite as large as this, it absolutely knocked our socks off. I won't even try and decide which one I liked the best.. I loved them all! The "hands on" approach was fantastic and I actually learned quite a bit there (thankfully, everything was both in Chinese and English). It's phenomenal that such a huge and well-built museum would cost so little per person - definitely the best part ;) The only downside was that it was so massive we didn't get a chance to finish seeing it all before it closed! Arghhhh! Nevermind, will go back with friends and family again - it's well worth a second trip. ** PHOTOS HERE: ** http://beverly.livejournal.com/686741.html
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