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Introduction of the Museum

Hangzhou Low Carbon Science & Technology Museum, China, is a large public-spirited institute on popular science education. As the first global theme museum concerned, it opens a door to universal knowledge, academic exchange, information promotion, and green building shows; as a “second classroom”, it enables a bridge notably for juniors to life, city, and economy.


With a floor area of 33,656 min total, the Museum sits at No. 1888, Jianghan Road, Hangzhou Hi-tech Industry Development Zone (Binjiang District). Correspondingly, such stand out in its ten energy-saving technologies as buildings powered by solar PV, daylight involving & green lighting, water-source heat pumping, and ice storage, plus green materials for show arranging, constructing, and exhibit materials & producing. The Museum, the green epitome of Hangzhou, is amid the first ones at home to have received Certificate of Green Building Design Label issued by MOHURD.


Themed Low-carbon Life-a Must for Future, scientific promulgating, with a low-carbon base, is facilitated on spirit, ways, thinking, and popularization via:

7 standing halls: Cycling of Carbon + Global Warming + Cities/Hi-tech/ Life/ Future of Low Carbon + Kids’ World;

2 advanced cinemas with a huge / dome screen;

1 hall for pop-up shows and 1 hall for academic reports;

Multiple labs for popular science;

Over 100 divisions involving science, fun, and interaction, such as Formation & Existence of Carbon; Global Warming, Aspects of Low-carbon Life, Wandering in a Low-carbon Future; Low-carbon Robots for Guidance


A premium is always set by the Museum on being ecological, energy-effective, & carbon-reducing, growingly by exhibit extension, service & exhibiting-and-teaching-based promotion, plus active involvement of international exchange and cooperation. The idea by Hangzhou thus is well met on low-carbon city building and such a center by the Museum in terms of low carbon as science popularization, green building presentation, academic exchange, and information promulgation.