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After being tiered from Long Beach days we went to see this Musemum. I must admit I was positively surprised. The place is well looked after, indeed very good translation of everything in English. The entrance is free. I think they could have commercialized the...More
I will this short and sweet:
- We arrived at the geopark and asked for questions about where to girl. The staff got a booklet and read out a script.
- We wanted to see the 3D at 3pm and we waited over 20 minutes....More
We decided to spend a day in this geopark. The entrance of this park is free. Inside the park there is a museum. Unfortunately the museum is not well run.
Upon entry, there is no one to greet you or help you. There is no...More
Dapeng Peninsula Geopark is one of the best geological museums I have visited (the Royal Tyrrell in Alberta, Canada being perhaps the best). Its well-designed, engaging displays cover a comprehensive range of subjects from the origin of the universe, the solar system and the planet,...More
Was here with the students to help them extend their studies of the earth's formation. The museum is filled with wonderful displays many in Chinese with English translations. Lots of rocks, minerals and gems on display. The effects of weathering and erosion are also attractions...More