Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

Our family loves taking advantage of free museum admission on Wednesdays. The most recent museum we visited was Hong Kong Heritage Museum in Sha Tin. We rode the escalators up the top after deciding to work our way down. 

The first exhibit we walked through featured Bruce Lee. Unbeknownst to me, we weren't allowed to take photographs. I really should pay better attention to the graphic signs that are posted. After we were told no picture taking, the guards shadowed us pretty closely making sure we didn't make the same mistake twice. 

The other exhibits allowed for picture taking without the use of a flash, so I was able to take a few pictures. My kids have decided that the only pictures worth taking are pictures of them making goofy faces.

Our two children enjoyed the hands-on Discovery Gallery that was geared towards their age. There were several school trips walking through the area as well, which we would avoid the groups and steer our kids into areas less populated.

As you can ascertain from the photo's our daughter had a great time donning the little apron in the section that was replicated to be a village house. She enjoyed cooking for the rest of her family while we sat at what looked like a miniature picnic table and waited on our plastic food to be delivered to us.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Blogging tips