The Macau Science Center is a family-friendly museum and learning center housed in a distinctive silver cone-shaped building on Avenida Drive. Fourteen galleries are arranged in a spiral, accentuated by an arch. Across these halls, experiments, games, and 3D films on various aspects of science and technology make this a fun place for both adults and children to discover and learn.
Across five floors, explore themes such as water, food, electronics, sound, sports, and the environment, complete with live demonstrations in many areas. The kids will enjoy the Liquid Nitrogen, Super Microwave Oven, Magic Demonstration, and Molecular Kitchen experiments, while the whole family can take a seat in the impressive planetarium for 3D films that take you on a journey through outer space.
For the ultimate convenience, and to guarantee your admission to this popular attraction, pre-book your ticket to the Macau Science Center. This allows you to pick your own time to visit; simply present your voucher at the museum anytime during opening hours.
Local buses serve the Macao Science Center; hop on a number 3A, 8, 10A, or 12 bus towards Kun Iam Ecumenical Center. A free, one-way shuttle bus service operates at the weekend and throughout the summer holiday (July and August) from the Macao Science Center to the Macau Maritime Ferry. The shuttles leave at 4:35pm, 5:05pm, 5:35pm, and 6:05pm.
Did You Know? The planetarium at the Macao Science Center has been cited by Guinness World Records as the highest resolution 3D planetarium in the world. It features a tilted semi-dome screen measuring almost 15 meters in diameter.