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Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong

(4.1/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Is Museum in new territories mean something away from the city, shows the history of Hong Kong and has many interactive images
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  • In this megalopolis where there is no ISF, where 7 million people live on the surface of 2 Parisian districts, and where there is only 3 000 french registered with the Embassy. Suffice to say that everybody knows everybody, very quickly! The biggest shock, when your company sends you a long stay in this megalopolis, is the lack of places of culture, museums, official monuments, ministries... Everything is so "bling bling" in HK... not ISF, and your street should be aware of how you win... Foreigners tend to live in Lantau.
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  • Anyone who loves culture, art etc., should give this place a visit, whether the exhibitions are permanent or transitory, free or paid. I visited during March 2017 and was fortunate enough to catch the...  more »
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  • It would have been an average museum if it were not for its Bruce Lee exhibit. The exhibit includes a 1-hour documentary on his life. The documentary raised my curiosity n helped me better understand other parts of the exhibit. Another highlight is the Cantonese Opera exhibit. The history n behind-the-scene preparation are well summarised. Display of dazzling costumes makes one wonder how popular it must have been to justify such lavish production.
  • Great varied collections and some beautiful artefacts, especially enjoyed the jade carvings. The Bruce Lee exhibition was fun and learned a lot. Only slight negatives were 2/3 of the exhibits were closed for renovation and the restaurant is very expensive. Free admission on a Wednesday.
  • Nice exhibitions. Big exhibition of Bruce Lee Kung Fu great actor that sadly died at age 32 but changed the world view of Chinese and Kung Fu marshal arts.
  • A fascinating place to learn more about Hong Kong's cultural landscape, everything from Cantonese opera to modern design and the Chinese arts. Free Cantonese opera is available every Saturday afternoon for the interested (no subtitles though!), and is a great way to past some time. The ongoing Bruce Lee exhibition also has an immense trove of information and media on the legendary figure - a must-visit!
  • Bruce Lee exhibit is a really fantastic mainstay. Not sure why they make it so difficult to buy his movies there. I would have been an easy sell for the box set. The Claude Monet exhibit was parent while I was there. Very classy, well positioned, and even interactive with an iPad game to collaboratively make a monet scene. If this exhibit is any indication of the type of showcase this museum puts together, then there heritage museum is a must visit.