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A great museum to learn the vast history of Hong Kong. We visited on a rainy day and spent a good 4+ hours in the museum. It is very well done, great displays and I believe on Wednesdays it is even free. A must see...More
This is a very interesting exhibit. I am a history buff so was surprised to be in a museum where my wife took longer than I.
The displays are well done and the explanations in English interesting. the varying ethnic costumes and customs a highlight
In contrast to the Science Museum, the Museum of History is free, and in my opinion, not as good for younger children.
The exhibitions contained within are very interesting, particularly if you’re a history buff, with displays detailing all sorts of things from ancient Chinese...More
If you enjoy happy story you would enjoy this museum. It goes right through from prehistoric times. I enjoyed the history of how the different people who populate Hong Kong arrived and their culture. I was with an 8 year old and 12 year old...More
The Museum is a fantastic place to start to learn the history of Hong Kong. Plenty of rooms with different themes and eras. The Museum has been very cleverly mapped out to make it an immersive time line from pre-dinosaurs to the current time.
I'm not sure if admission is always free or only on the day we went (close to Lunar New Year). They have done a great job shepherding you through the history of Hong Kong from the geology changes to the terrain to the turbulent cultural...More
The museum is really nice and cost nothing to see. We were really lucky to catch the special exhibit (ending in a couple days after the day of our visit) on guilded art called Guilded Glory. It was a real highlight of our trip.
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the major tourist and shopping areas of Hong Kong. With a high concentration of hotels, retail shops and commercial offices – it’s a busy and bustling neighbourhood that never sleeps. On the surface, Tsim Sha Tsui seems to only feature an abundant number of high-end retail stores selling designer brands and jewelry, owing to its popularity with high-budget shopping tours. However, it also
contains a diverse range of attractions for the entire family. Whether taking a walk in Kowloon Park, exploring museums, going shopping or grabbing a bite to eat – Tsim Sha Tsui has something for everyone.