China Science and Technology Museum

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China Science and Technology Museum
Beijing science and technology museum 14 Aug 2010.jpg
The China Science and Technology Museum on 14-Aug-2010.
Established 1988
Location Beijing, China
Coordinates 40°00′17″N 116°23′32″E / 40.00472°N 116.39222°E / 40.00472; 116.39222Coordinates: 40°00′17″N 116°23′32″E / 40.00472°N 116.39222°E / 40.00472; 116.39222

The China Science and Technology Museum (Chinese: 中国科学技术馆) is a major science museum established in 1988 in Beijing, China.

The museum contains two separate buildings, Hall I & II. The Hall I was completed in 1988, and the museum exhibits ancient Chinese technology such as astronomical devices, the compass, gunpowder, bronze smelting and casting, and so forth.[1] Hall II, completed in 2000, displays topics concerning astronautics, energy, communications; material science and mechanics; information technology; life science; and environmental science.[1]

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The museum is accessible within walking distance to the southeast of South Gate of Forest Park Station of Beijing Subway.

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