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Hong Kong Science Museum
2 Science Museum Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon
+852 2732 3232
Hong Kong Film Archive
50 Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho
+852 2311 5229
University Museum & Art Gallery, HKU
90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam
+852 2241 5500
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin
+852 2180 8188

Hong Kong Science Museum

Address: 2 Science Museum Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon

  • +852 2732 3232

Since its opening in April 1991, the Hong Kong Science Museum has proven itself to be an ideal and unique place for learning science. Through presenting quality exhibitions and fun science programmes in an enjoyable environment, the Museum serves to popularize science to the public and support science education in schools. Over 70 per cent of the Hong Kong Science Museum’s 500 exhibits are hands-on, meaning you can literally play around with a broad spectrum of cool topics, including robotics, virtual reality and transportation. Be sure to check out the 22-metre-high twin-tower Energy Machine which, when activated, triggers a series of displays to produce spectacular audio-visual effects demonstrating various forms of energy.

Hong Kong Film Archive

Address: 50 Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho


( Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho
  • +852 2311 5229

The Hong Kong Film Archive building is a world-class facility. Five-storey high, its net floor area of 7,200 square meters is structurally divided into two big partitions. One side of the building is dedicated to storage, which has independent air conditioning system with dehumidification and acidic gaseous removal functions. The other side is used for screening, exhibition, offices and other public access functions.

University Museum & Art Gallery, HKU

Address: University Museum & Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam

  • +852 2241 5500

The University Museum & Art Gallery, in the University of Hong Kong (HKU), focuses on artistic and cultural experiences that are accessible to people from all walks of life. In addition to an interesting calendar of exhibitions, the museum permanently houses over one thousand items of Chinese antiquities, including ceramics, bronzes, and paintings. The comprehensive collection has examples dating from the Neolithic Period to the Qing dynasty (1644–1911). The bronze collection includes the largest collection of Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) Nestorian crosses in the world. The museum also has a number of carvings in jade, wood and stone and a collection of Chinese oil paintings.

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Address: Hong Kong Heritage Museum,1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin


  • +852 2180 8188

Located within a wooded setting just out of view of Sha Tin’s towering housing complexes, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is patterned after the traditional si he yuan; a compound of harmoniously blended houses built around a central courtyard. But people don’t just come here for the quaint architecture; the extensive museum is divided into 12 exhibition galleries, each a treasure trove of relics that express the history, culture and arts of early Hong Kong and the nearby South China region. Notable features include a collection of beautiful Chinese paintings by the acclaimed artist Zhao Shao'ang, and a comprehensive and colourful exhibition tracing the development of Cantonese opera.