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Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong

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History 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. Put Hong Kong Heritage Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Hong Kong trip generator.
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  • It's near ShaTin metro station, it takes you around 15 minutes walking from metro station. There are lots of shopping mall and restaurant there. You also can enjoy hiking in ShaTin park 5 minutes away...  more »
  • Heritage pottery and art. Bruce Lee exhibition & Louvre special exhibition. A wonderful eclectic mix with something for everyone.  more »
  • The museum has a very good permanent collection, with some fine examples of ceramics, textiles and metal objects from a range of dynasties. The Cantonese opera exhibit is something worth visiting, eve...  more »
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  • The exhibition "Inventing Le Louvre: From Palace to Museum over 800 Years" is excellent, very well curated and informative. Personally, I enjoy the small sketches and the few pieces of sculptures the most. The permanent exhibitions are also outstanding, in particular, T.T.Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art is a must to see. I never feel tired visiting this every time.
  • Good, you can spend half day there. If you like Bruce Lee, you should go. There is a exhibition about him.
  • Easy access from the MTR with well placed signs leading you there. The Louvre exhibit and the Bruce Lee exhibit were both informative and put together. Museum cafe downstairs also good for a snack and drink - they also serve entrees. The museum pass ($100 HKD) is worth it for a family as it allows entrance into a bunch of HK's museums for a year.
  • Went there specifically to see the Bruce Lee exhibition. It was very nicely curated. Also, the 1.5 hours documentary is not to be missed. Entrance is free to all the normal exhibits. There was a special exhibition on royal wedding of the Chinese emperors on-going as well. For an additional HKD20, it was well worth the entrance fee. Could easily spend the whole day here exploring and learning.
  • Probably the best heritage museum of them all because of the Bruce Lee exhibition which is full of awesome facts about him!