Although it's an exhibition of old cultural relics, it's novel and interesting. With regard to churches, two pictures are provided so that you can find the difference and time it by computer, which makes people eager to try. Walking into the exhibition hall of Chinese architecture, the sound of Chinese silk and bamboo permeates our ears, which is melodious and melodious. So we guess whether Beethoven or Mozart is playing in the western architecture opposite. Wrong. What you hear here is the ringing of the unique Tintin car on Hong Kong Island. A short film is playing. You seem to be sitting in a tram, enjoying the Western-style church all the way out of the window. Black and white film, as if back to the past.
Like the health education exhibition and information center in Kowloon Park, 200 meters away, it is closed for free on Thursday. The Pavilion itself was originally a British military camp, a first-class historical building in Hong Kong. There are "The Legend of Ming Dynasty's Maritime Trade" in the special exhibition hall. Permanent exhibitions are "journeys of cultural relics exploration" with dignified contents and lively forms.
Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre opened in 2005 in a splendidly preserved former colonial British Army barracks in Kowloon Park. The centre has a permanent exhibition gallery on the first floor displaying, pottery, glassware, ceramics and other artefacts and on the ground floor is a thematic gallery for temporary exhibitions. This is a good place for visitors to go to obtain information, leaflets and guides on heritage trails, antiquities and monuments in Hong Kong.LOCATION – Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon OPENING HOURS – 10am to 6pm Monday to Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 10am to 7pm Sundays and public holidays. Closes at 5pm on Christmas Eve and Chinese New Year’s Eve. Closed on Thursdays (except public holidays) and the first two days of Chinese New Year.
No one visits Kowloon Park for free. There are some porcelain exhibitions and so on.
Located in Kowloon Park, the Hong Kong Heritage Exploration Museum is a free and open exhibition hall for the public. There are not many antique relics and archaeological discoveries, because Hong Kong is a young land. So most of the space in the museum is used as a lecture hall or an educational activity room.