This paper measured the vibration transmissibility of several honeycomb paperboards and the attenuation coefficient. Laboratory was used to determine the natural frequency of the thickness of 10mm, 20mm, 30mm, 40mm Honeycomb Paperboard. The test results show that the honeycomb paperboard resonance frequency decreases with increasing thickness, while the vibration transmissibility increases with increasing thickness. We have also established finite element model of honeycomb paperboard to simulate its vibration properties. The result of simulation is in good coincidence with the experimental result. In addition, some cases can use computer simulation instead of laboratory testing to obtain the natural frequencies of honeycomb paperboard.