The Hong Kong Museum of History was founded in 1975. It focuses on Hong Kong's natural history and human history, and exhibits more than 90,000 items. There are 1 basement floor, 2 floors above ground and a loft. The permanent exhibition halls are mainly concentrated on the second floor and the first floor. The first floor is equipped with thematic exhibition halls and souvenir shops. The collections in the museum are divided into four categories: archaeology, local history, folklore history, and natural history. There are multiple small screening rooms, which display video materials related to each exhibition area on a rolling basis.
The area of the Hong Kong Museum of History is quite large. There is a loft from the G building to the first and second floors. It is divided into eight categories, from the ancient natural ecological environment to Hong Kong in prehistoric times, from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, as well as the names and customs of modern Hong Kong, the Opium War and the separatist regime of Hong Kong. Years of development, the return of modern cities and Hong Kong during the Japanese War. The passage from the Opium War to the return of Hong Kong is particularly introduced, and it also allows ordinary people to have a clear and clear understanding of Hong Kong's modern history.
actually the place is interesting with the seats available for the old people and free tickets for the university students
The Hong Kong Museum of History is an awesome musuem with replicas and interactive tools that take visitors on a journey from the creation of the island in prehistoric times to its colorful cultural past and vibrant present. This is not to be missed for both visitors and locals alike!
Very nice museum that thoroughly talks about Hong Kong's past, present, and future.