Adjacent to the Hong Kong Space Museum is the Hong Kong Museum of Art located, one of the largest Hong Kong Museums. Established in 1962, the purpose of Hong Kong Museum of Art is to preserve the cultural heritage of China with a local focus. Hong Kong Museum of Art features more than 15000 different objects of ancient Chinese art from Han to Qing Dynasty. The fine collections include various fields of arts such as calligraphy, paintings, ceramics and art works and play an important role on preserving the cultural heritage not only of China, but also of local artists. In addition, there are various thematic exhibitions from world-class museums that are worthwhile to have a look at.
Standard ticket HK$ 10;
Students, Seniors, Disabled HK$ 5;
Free admission on Wednesday!
10:00am-6:00pm (Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun);
Closed on Thursday (except Public Holidays)
Insider Tips: Hong Kong Museum of Art is in Tsim Sha Tsui which is one of the most hottest tourist spots and right next to the Victoria Harbour, one of the most famous and popular sightseeings in Hong Kong.
How to Get to Hong Kong Museum of Art:
From Kowloon side: Take MTR subway/East Railway and get off in TST station/East TST station. Then take Exit J and walk through the department store SOGO which takes about 10 minutes walk.
From Island side: Either take the Star Ferry and stroll along the Victoria harbor towards the museum (Not more than 5-10 minutes walk) or take MTR subway and get off in TST station. Then take Exit J and walk through SOGO.
Phone: +(852) 2721 0116
Address: 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong