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University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong
(2.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went riding on the MTR. Ended up in the Museum of fine arts, walking campus on the floor right in front of entrance and down to the station, a bit confusing. Campus is lush green undulating, pleasant gentleman. Museum of fine arts is a 3-storey historical building, pottery and furniture, and spent about an hour slowly saw. It was Saturday, but most weren't, was quiet.
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  • In the Museum of the University of Hong Kong S.A.R. can visit free of charge. And Hong Kong S.A.R. University gate, a historic red-brick building. Historic furnishings in China and exhibited in the Interior, everything was spectacular. It is recommended to visit Hong Kong S.A.R. University walking.
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  • While there are many art galleries around the streets of Hong Kong, there's a dearth of art museums - the only city art museum is currently closed for renovations, so when I saw that the university ha...  more »
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  • The photos of Yao Lu make one think about how society takes care of our planet. Museum is nice visit if you are in the area. It is too small for a special trip.
  • Nice, small museum with interesting exhibits. A bit too small for an extra trip to this museum.
  • A great place to visit while you visit HKU. It's one of the oldest building of the university named by Fung Ping Shan, who also named the Chinese Library of HKU and also oldest museum in Hong Kong. The building now is a Grade I Historic Building. The collection is mainly Chinese antiquities and the museum occasionally hosts themed exhibition.
  • The receptionist is more helpful
  • Hong Kong is not part of China