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The 22-metre high Energy Machine demonstrates the relationship between energy conversion and the movement of balls in an entertaining manner when synthetic fibre balls are set in motion zig-zagging along some 1.6km of tracks along two towers and a connecting gallery activating dramatic sounds from bells and gongs and visual effects along their journey.The Energy Machine operates at 11am, 1pm, 3pm and 5pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and additionally at 7pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.MTR to Hung Hom exit D1 and follow elevated covered pedestrian link under Cheong Wan Road to Science Museum Road, Granville Road and Chatham Road South (about 15 mins).

The exhibition halls span four floors all of which encircle a huge 22 metre high Energy Machine, the largest of its kind in the world."Local Biodiversity", the first exhibition area in the gallery, introduces the nature of Hong Kong in the aspects of sea, land and sky.Visitors can find information on endemic species of plants and animals, as well as wildlife habitats such as woodlands and sandy beaches in Hong Kong.The entertaining and educational permanent exhibition “*The Hong Kong Story” comprises eight galleries with a display of over 3,700 exhibits, 750 graphic panels, dioramas and multimedia programmes supported by special audio-visual and lighting effects and illustrates the natural environment, folk culture and historical development of Hong Kong through a 400 million year period in an authentic manner.The eight galleries feature; The Natural Environment Prehistoric Hong Kong The Dynasties : From The Han to the Qing Folk Culture in Hong Kong The Opium Wars and the Cession of Hong Kong Birth and Early Growth of the City The Japanese Occupation Modern Metropolis and the Return to China Amongst may impressive exhibits are a 42m long beach with life-like Neolithic inhabitants engaged in various activities, reconstruction of Hakka peasant family’s house, festive activities of the annual Cheung Chau Bun Festival including bun towers, temporary Cantonese Opera theatre and Taoist altar, an old street scene from the early 20th century with shops and double-decker tram and a port scene with steam launch.* The Hong Kong Story permanent exhibition is to undergo a major renovation owing to expanding museum collections and new display techniques and a public consultation for opinions on the renovation is being held in March and April 2016.It visualises the connection between the history of the Earth and life sciences.

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