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Special Exhibitions

Above and Beyond

Exhibition Period: 15-06-2018 (Fri) – 17-10-2018 (Wed)

The "Above and Beyond" special exhibition is sponsored by Boeing. It offers an unprecedented interactive demonstration of advances in aviation and aerospace, from the first powered flights to the newest innovations on Earth and in space. The exhibition makes use of flight simulation, immersive theatre, touch-table displays and augmented reality to exhibit technology and scientific concepts behind flight. It inspires your curiosity to enjoy, explore and create through science, engineering, and technology. It takes you faster, higher and further for a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Visitors will enter an immersive wraparound theatre and be challenged by the limits of flight. After that you will venture into five main zones comprising dozens of interactive exhibits. You can ride to the edge of space in a simulated space elevator or test your own supersonic fighter-jet design in a virtual high-speed flying competition. A flying experience with motion-sensing image capture also helps you sense what it is like to fly like a bird in a flock, while exploring the forces of flight.

Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Admission Fee:
$30, $21#, $15* (Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, fee including admission to the Permanent Exhibition Hall)
$10, $7#, $5* (Wednesday, free admission to the Permanent Exhibition Hall)
$5 (Full-time students)
#Special rate of Standard Ticket for groups of 20 people or more per visit
*Applicable to people with disabilities (and one accompanying carer) 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 Wednesday

Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Jointly organised by the Hong Kong Science Museum and Boeing
An exhibition produced by Evergreen Exhibitions in association with Boeing

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