The Hong Kong Museum of Art is not far from the Marine Center of Tsimshatsui Harbour City. The Tsimshatsui Railway Station is a few minutes'walk away. The architecture of the Museum itself is very beautiful. Most of the exhibits are excellent works of modern and contemporary art in Hong Kong, which is still worth visiting.
The Hong Kong Museum of Art is being upgraded. But walking around is not dull, "in the museum roaming", "in the variant", "in the conversation", "in the study", and even using the Cantonese version of "dress up beautifully" and the English version of "We are facelifting. " The pictures and texts are interesting and lovely.
Although the Hong Kong Museum of Art is being renovated now, there are still some activities in the corridor outside. On the weekend, there are creative fairs. Many interesting gadgets are displayed and sold here. There are many visitors, and the art cells of Hong Kong people are very good.
The Hong Kong Museum of Art is one of the museums under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Established in 1962, the Hong Kong Museum of Art was originally located on the high seat of the Hong Kong General Hall. In 1991, a new pavilion near the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui was built, so it was relocated to its present site. The Hong Kong Museum of Art also has a branch of the Teaware Museum, which is located in the Hong Kong Park of Golden Bell, Hong Kong Island.
Only when we arrived at the museum did we find that it was the most thoroughly repaired, all covered with green shelters. The Museum of Art is adjacent to the Hong Kong Space Museum, the City Cultural Centre, the Salisbury Garden, Starlight Avenue and Star Wharf. I don't know when it will be repaired. I suggest you check the official website before you go. Art galleries are charged, but the cost seems not too high, and it has many venues, which are charged by venues.
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