Timings : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM Christmas Eve, Chinese New Year's Eve: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed on Tuesday, except in the case of public holidays and on the first 2 days of the Chinese New Year
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : Adults: HKD 10 Group of 20 persons or more: HKD 20 Full-time Students, Senior Citizens, People with Disabilities: HKD 7
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Located in Sha Tin, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is the biggest museum in the city sitting on 7,500 square meters of land. Unlike most non-engaging museums, what distinguishes this from others is that it showcases a unique combination of art, culture, history with a multitude of activities and programs which serve wide-ranging interests of everyone. From beautifully preserved relics to interactive attractions and activities, Hong Kong Heritage museum is the quintessential modern-day treasury.
Patterned with quaint Chinese architecture ‘Siheyuan’ of having a compound (with a central courtyard) while being enclosed between buildings on all 4 sides, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum aims at entertaining as well as enlightening the huge flock of visitors who come here all year round. A major bonus here comes in the form of the collaboration between the museum and the Bruce Lee Foundation wherein over 600 items from the cultural phenomenon and global icon’s memorabilia have been set up as a collection on display ranging from his letters and doodling notebooks to fight choreography sketches and exclusive interviews. Some major highlights of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum are the presentation of the Cantonese Opera, Chinese art pieces, old toy displays among several others.