Harbin science museum offers free entry for Children’s Day
A little girl, accompanied by her father, operates a scientific instrument at the Harbin science museum on June 1. [Photo/my399.com]
Harbin science museum has decided to make part of its exhibition hall free for an additional three days.
The decision was made after the museum saw hundreds of primary school students come to watch 4D films and learn how to assemble a robot on International Children’s Day.
The museum opened its science popularization hall and robot makerspace to the public for free to celebrate International Children’s Day on June 1.
Over the following three days, 50 exhibits will be provided for children to experience hands-on scientific learning. Meanwhile, two 4D films will be broadcast every day, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon.
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