Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Last updated by fadri at 2014/5/1
Hong Kong Maritime Museum, located on the underground of Murray House in Stanley Plaza, began to be constructed in 2003 and began to open to the public in 2005 with the support of shipping communities in Hong Kong, aiming to show shipping history, ship technology and the trade between China and other countries, . Thus, the museum can be ranked as a paradise for ship enthusiasts. In the museum, visitors can appreciate hundreds of exhibits, such as shipping antiques, ship models, documents and paintings.
The museum mainly consists of an ancient hall and a modern hall, with the exhibition area of 500 square meters. In the ancient hall, the most attractive collection is a valuable ship model with a history of two thousands of years, dating back to the Han Dynasty. In the modern hall, visitors can know about shipping technology and technological innovation in the future. What’s more, visitors can learn to control the helm of a modern container ship and guide it into Hong Kong’s port, through an interactive computer simulation display. Besides, there are some special exhibitions, events and displays.
Solo Adventure Tips:
G/F, Murray House, Stanley Plaza
How to Get There?
Bus: No. 6, 6X, 66 and 260 buses from Exchange Square, Central; No. 63/65 bus from North Point Ferry Pier; No. 73 bus from Cyberport, Aberdeen; No. 973 bus from Tsim Sha Tsui East Bus Terminus (near Hong Kong Polytechnic University).
20 HKD for adults; 10 HKD for young people under 18 years old, full-time students and senior citizens over 65 years old
10:00 to 18:00 from Tuesday to Sunday every week and during public holidays; Closed Days: Monday, the first day and second day of the first lunar month
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