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Sunday, December 31, 2017

19 Dec 2017 - Shanghai Day 5: Shanghai Science & Technology Museum (上海科技館)

Jerlene and Javier had been looking forward to the visit to Shanghai Science and Technology Museum (上海科技館).  This Museum is composed of a basement and four floors above ground. It rises in a spiral, symbolizing scientific progress. A huge glass sphere embedded in a pool of clear water, at the building's midpoint, gives the theme of life renewed.
The first area that we visited in the museum is Animals' World.
All these life-sized animal models look so amazingly real.
The first floor of Shanghai Science and Technology Museum houses the Hall of Widest Spectrum of Life which captures the scenery in Yunnan Province.
The second floor includes the Hall of Earth Home, the Hall of Information Age, the Seeker Corridor, the Robot World and the Spider Exhibition Hall, all of which are full of wonder and excitement.
Out of all, Jerlene and Javier like the exhibits at World of Robots the most.
They were especially impressed by the robots which can solve Rubix cubes and dance with the music.
The Children's Techno-Land is designed for children between one and twelve years old, to interest them early in scientific matters.
There were many interactive exhibits which are what Jerlene and Javier were more interested in.
We spent most of our time in this section.  In fact, we stayed here till the museum closed.
Sadly we did not have enough time to visit every part of the museum.  So for those who are interested to visit this museum (especially with kids) in future, my advice is to plan for a full day visit.

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