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Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong

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History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Learn about history, art, and culture at Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong's largest museum through interactive exhibits and performances. The venue aims to entertain while teaching, so you can count on performing arts, including Cantonese opera, and talks in the 350-seat theatre. Make your way through the New Territories Heritage Hall, the Gallery of Chinese Art, and even a Children's Discovery Gallery. If you want more, ask about the attraction's quarterly newsletters and learning kits for school children. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Hong Kong holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • The Hong Kong Heritage Museum was closed for nearly 3 months due to the 4th wave of the Covid-19 pandemic locally. Having recently reopened to the public we took opportunity to visit in order to view....  more »
  • Free entry which was awesome. I found most of the exhibits uninteresting but the Bruce Lee exhibits were worth seeing from his personal life. The statue ouside is awesome :)  more »
  • We went on a Friday as found that Fridays are free was very happy. very nice place well kept and looked after. enjoyed the Bruce Lee parte of the Musem. worth a vist if staying nearby  more »
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  • I visited the museum for the Bruce Lee exhibit - which was amazing. Loads of personal items, stories, pictures, video, training equipment, clothes, letters etc. It was surreal to be there in what is a very interesting and well presented exhibit. I think there is a holograph feature but it wasn't working. The Bruce Lee statue outside was an unexpected surprise as the one at Avenue of the Stars is covered while work is carried out (Dec 2018). Really great that the Bruce Lee Foundation, his friends, family, the museum and everyone involved have created something very special. Thank you.
  • It's okay, nothing particularly stood out to me but exhibits were well presented. The leaflets are free and are far more informing than the wall plaques, so I'd suggest picking them up and using them as a guide. Information is in English and Chinese. This is more like a traditional gallery for history, so good for a quiet day in Hong Kong but not for the whole family. Adults will enjoy more than children.
  • Free, little to see. Had the same exhibition it had four years ago. Free WiFi, only reason we went. The shop is nice. The new exhibit were good. Would recommend because it is free
  • The special exhibitions are always amazing. Just try go during weekdays to avoid crowds. If you are a family living in Hong Kong, getting an annual pass at 100 per year is a good deal. Bring your Disney or ocean park annual pass to get 10% off the annual pass. Don’t forget to try the cafe restaurant on g/f when you leave. It will be much less people than going back to the new city plaza where there will be crowds.
  • This museum frequently has high quality exhibitions for a very low entrance fee. There is s permanent Bruce Lee exhibition which is good. Well worth a visit for tourists.

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