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Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.1/5 based on 340+ 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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  • Brilliant Museum with lots of interesting things to see but the Bruce lee exhibit is probably the highlight of this's a real gem, you get to see lots of Bruce's personal stuff (clothes, not...  read more »
  • A gem for a rainy day, covers both folklore and ancient pieces. Don't miss the Bruce Lee exhibition on the top floor, gives you a great insight to the man and his movies. 
  • People's Republic of China in Peking Opera is famous for Hong Kong is a Chinese Opera, which is also known as the five poles and a certain amount of Polar view ^ ^ Oh my is just in time to do at the box office were know as saying he gave the tickets for free! Oh great, but when the show starts, and without support in English or Korean are just screech and a five pole Cantonese what I'm saying is that after the break for a great part 1 just me and please support the interpretation even in the English language a bit faded?
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  • The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is really easy to get to. Just stick on the Ma On Shan (Brown) MTR line and passing at the Che Kung Temple Station. From here it's less than 5 minutes walk across a pedestrian bridge. This area warrants a visit on its own, but to walk around the grounds here is really courteous and peaceful
  • Nice place if you are fond of art,history and culture. The major exhibition of this museum include the film and introduction of Bruce Li, a popular military artist and the exhibition of Freeman Liu, who is a famous designer in HongKong. The meaning and requirement for design are also discussed in this exhibition area.
  • Good place to learn some history about hk. From time to time, there are featured exhibitions like Miyazaki's manga, Russian jewellery.. etc.
  • Southwest of Sha Tin town centre, this spacious, high-quality museum gives a peek into local history and culture. Highlights include a children's area with interactive play zones, the New Territories Heritage Hall with mock-ups of traditional minority villages, the Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall , where you can watch old operas with English subtitles, and an elegant gallery of Chinese art. Lately, the big draw is a semi-permanent Bruce Lee exhibit , with some 600 items of the Kung Fu star's memorabilia on display until 2018.
  • Really educational on the history of Hong Kong and its people. Staff aren't very helpful and you're left to walk around on your own. It's simple to navigate though. It's free entry on Wednesday! It's worth visiting.
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