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Hong Kong Museum of History

Hong Kong Museum of History

This photo of Hong Kong Museum of History is courtesy of Alanmak

Modernization left the past things behind and young generations have no relevant knowledge of the old times and how it evolves through the years. The Hong Kong Museum of History has got what it takes in preserving artifacts about the early years of life in Hong Kong and China. Four hundred million years of history were compiled in a 7,000 square meter space for people who are willing to know what, why, how, and when things happened.

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The Hong Kong Museum of History provides you a good background of how Hong Kong evolves politically and culturally. It is a great learning place for everyone including children giving much more eloquent explanation of how things happened, why should it be important to know, and what happened in the past then compare it with the present on how people should look at things in different ways. The eight galleries definitely introduce you the full story of Hong Kong and the territory’s return to China in 1997. The replica of village dwellings, traditional Chinese costumes and beds, a recreation of arcade in Central from 1881 including old Chinese Medicine Shop, a tram from 1913, and film footage of World War II including the interview of Chinese and foreigners taken as prisoners by the Japanese will make you appreciate and feel like living in the past.

Located at 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, the enormous collection of archaeology, natural history, and ethnography that are exhibited will surprise you that Hong Kong is rich in history. Admission fee is HK$10 and HK$5 for students, children, seniors, and person with disabilities. The Hong Kong Museum of History is open 10am-6pm every Monday, Wednesday to Friday, and 10am-7pm every weekend and Public Holidays. It is closed every Tuesday except public holidays. Free guided tours are available in English at 10:30am and 2:30pm on weekends and public holidays for your convenience.

It is easy to get to Hong Kong Museum of History. Take MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit B2 and walk along Cameron Road to Tsim Sha Tsui East that take around 20 minutes, or MTR Jordan Station Exit D and walk along Austin Road to Tsim Sha Tsui East that will take around 20 minutes, or MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit P2 and walk along Chatham Road South that will take around 10 minutes.

Website : Hong Kong Museum of History

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How about you, have you visited this place already or are having a plan to visit? Please feel free to share your experiences or leave comments.

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