In the vicinity of Central Hong Kong, I had seen a tour introduction before I came to introduce this house - Gantangdi, the architectural style of the Edwardian era, so the main purpose of my visit was to see the art of architecture. Adult tickets were 10 yuan, and students were 5 yuan. Inside the building still retains its original characteristics, Greek-style pillars, colorful windows.. Looking at the building alone, it is worth the fare.
It was officially opened to the public in 2006. It is the branch of the Hong Kong Museum of History. It introduces the life of Sun Yat-sen, the father of China, and his relationship with Hong Kong. Architectural style is very classical. The front of the middle two floors is curved. It is divided into four floors. Each floor has a lecture hall and a video room. It is very instructive to understand Sun Yat-sen's deeds and the history of the 1911 Revolution by watching video materials.
The ancestor of the memorial hall is Gantangdi, which has European style. The introduction in the memorial hall is also full of pictures and texts, and the image description is vivid. It seems that it can make people feel Mr. Hu's progressive thought, patriotic enthusiasm for saving the country and the historical atmosphere of that time. It is worth visiting.
On the same day, we went to the memorial hall for free. We can not only get a better understanding of Sun Yat-sen's life stories, but also see rare and precious cultural relics. The building is four stories high, which is also of historic value. Classical style building, magnificent decoration, each floor has an interactive classroom, there are many books, tables and chairs, very clean. The staff attitude is also good, will guide you to visit the route. The old buildings in this area can still be seen.
At the top of the staircase street, he followed the sign to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, a beautiful four-storey European-style old house with a bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen in his youth in the courtyard, without the two beards familiar to the world. There's an encounter going on in the museum. In the exhibition of Old House, the artist Shi Jiahao traveled 7 places in Sun Yat-sen, looking for unique art, architecture and contemporary style, and integrating them into his paintings. There are also regular long-term exhibitions, such as old photos of Sun Yat-sen's history, but they can't be taken. In addition to exhibitions, the old house itself is worth seeing, very beautiful charm.
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located at 7 Central Acropolis Road, Hong Kong. The four-storey building, built in 1914, belongs to the classical Edwardian architectural style. The exterior walls are made of red brick and granite. It is now a statutory monument in Hong Kong. [Reminder] The Memorial closes every Thursday. We're here this time, unfortunately, on Thursday, we can't enter the memorial hall for a visit. We can only take pictures of the building's exterior. Leave a regret and move on.
All the way up the stairs, followed by the sign to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, there are indeed some little tired, the memorial halfway up the hill. Visits are free. I saw a couplet in the library. At first, it was Comrade Sun Wen who gave it to Keqiang. The first feeling was that Sun Wen was so far-sighted. Later, I thought about Comrade Huang Xing and Huang Keqiang who had given it to me.
Here is Banshan Road in the Upper Rim Area. Unexpectedly, on an ordinary Panshan Road, Mr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of the state, had lived here before. Is this the same as in the movie? Fortunately, it's the moving half-mountain villa. It seems that revolutionaries also have status to enjoy.
With a set of 15 trail markers of historical significance in the Sheung Wan and Central districts of Hong Kong, the Dr Sun Yat-Sen Historical Trail is a wonderful way to discover the life of Dr Sun and his revolutionaries during their brief exile in Hong Kong. There are school buildings, museums, sites/places along the trail revealing the stomping grounds of the father of the Republic of China AND the People's Republic of China. A wonderfully educational historical walk this is!