Opening hours of the Pavilion - "10:00-23:00. Monuments and Museum of Art, the complex includes three statutory monuments - "Former Central Police Office, Central Magistracy Office, Dolly Prison. Free visit. It is recommended to stay here for at least half a day. Address - "No. 10 Hollywood Road, Central. Metro - "Central D1
The Pavilion is really a very interesting attraction. It is located in the central part of the city. It can be reached by three sections of the escalator. This is a scenic spot where police, prisons and courts are combined. It has changed the scene into a museum so that visitors can see the most real history. Now it's transformed into a literary and artistic punch-in place where you can enjoy afternoon tea. It feels great.
Although the pavilion is an old police prison, it is very creative to rebuild this black space, to become restaurants, bars, creative shops and public exhibition venues, because it is located in the Mid-Ring Half-Mountain, can take the escalator halfway up, transformation is very successful place.
There aren't many tourists here. It's quiet. I recommend it. There is a historic building in downtown Central. The former police headquarters in Central, known as the Hall, let you know the history of Hong Kong in the period of British rule. You really shouldn't miss it.
This two-year-long Exhibition - the museum's 100 facets, from cultural content to aesthetics to occasional small interactions, are in line with my heart. Let me reread Cai Lan, Duan Yishu and take a look at Hong Kong's community market culture from a different angle.
The newly opened pavilion has directly entered Hong Kong's new hea site. This Monument and art gallery has a strong Victorian style, the predecessor of the 19th century judicial center, including the former Central Police Department and Dooli Prison. On the high-rise island of Hong Kong, the pavilion is like an isolated courtyard, with red brick walls and granite floors intact. The new building grafted by Herzog & de Meuron, a Swiss architectural firm, gives more pioneering impression to the old complex. Going to the pavilion is not only about architecture, but also about the main contemporary art exhibitions and performing arts, as well as the first TASCHEN bookstore in Asia, as well as the " of Louis Vuitton, the Objets Nomades ", which is limited this month, and the home exhibition.
Central Pavilion is a combination of the highest judicial and law enforcement agencies in the British colonies, including courts, police and prisons. At the edge of the central core area, after a long period of renovation and reconstruction, it was finally limited to the public yesterday. I like the idea here very much, the representative colonial architecture and history, and the combination of brand-new art podium, at the same time moderately adding the elements of shops to maintain a certain financial revenue, rather than another conservation project PMQ-like complete commercial real estate.
The police station complex in the central part of the pavilion is a place full of historical and cultural atmosphere. Classic buildings and free visits. On rainy days, you can soak for half a day in the history of 170 years by getting out of the subway and going directly to the long escalator without a drop of rain. Le Cha Xuan is a vegetarian restaurant opened by Mr. Ye Rongzhi, a Hong Kong tea master. Tea drives French/Japanese vegetarian food. Looking at buildings, taking pictures and eating vegetarian food are great enjoyments.
Activated Central Police Station is a historic building, in addition to large and small pavilions, there are also new art galleries. It's worth visiting. You can learn a lot about the history of police stations and central development. At the same time, we visited the prison and opened our eyes. In the building, there are restaurants, shops, and a wide Plaza for visitors to rest, which can spend most of the day. It is the preferred scenic spot in Central.
Hong Kong is really good at marketing. A new tourist attraction has given the public a lot of historical atmosphere in the past and the old times. Photos have also taken wide-angle shots of prisoners'cells, which make people want to visit the scene personally, but yesterday they went to the scene and found that it was "photo fraud" at all, and it was really a feeling of being deceived.