Established in 1975, the Hong Kong Museum of History is not only a highlight for history lovers, but also for the architectural enthusiasts. Together with the neighboring Science Museum it forms a harmonic appearance. On 17500 square meters, the museum manages to preserve and display 6000 years of Hong Kong history, from the Neolithic to the post-war period. It is worthwhile a few hours of your precious time to explore this fascinating museum, those recreation and reconstruction of historic scenes, shops as well as streets inside. There are chinese medicine shop and many other scenes which Hong Kong government relocated from their original locations stone by stone and recreated to show you the real life in old time. In addition, the museum offers special exhibitions with a specific theme which are just temporarily on display.
Standard ticket HK$ 10;
Students, Seniors, Disabled HK$ 5;
Free admission on Wednesday!
10:00am-6:00pm (Mon, Wed – Sat);
10:00am-07:00pm (Sun and Public Holidays);
Closed on Tuesday (except Public Holidays)
Phone: +(852) 2724 9042
Address: 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How to Get to Hong Kong Museum of History:
Take the East Railway or subway and get off in TST station/East TST station. Then take exit P2 and walk approx. 10 minutes along. Just follow the signs.
If you live close to Hung Hom, from Hung Hom East Railway station take exit D1 and walk Cheong Wan Road. Then walk along the Science Museum Road towards the Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum.
Map and Location of Hong Kong Museum of History: