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Reviews about Hong Kong Museum of History

5/5
Reviewed on 14 Jun 2018

Next to the Hong Kong Science Museum is the Hong Kong Museum of History. The Hong Kong Museum of History is the second most interesting museum on this trip. The other two museums are Shenzhen Museum and Guangdong Museum. They combine cultural relics, specimens, pictures, sculptures and naked-eye 3D technology to make you feel like you are constantly crossing time and space. The permanent exhibition of the Hong Kong Museum of History is the Hong Kong Story, which lasts 2-3 hours, and the film lasts 3-4 hours. There are 10 sets of films in the Museum. We only watched one of Hong Kong's Natural Vital Veins, which lasts 8 minutes and adds the effect of lava. The one we caught up with was in English, with Chinese subtitles, as long as it wasn't Cantonese. There are eight exhibition areas for Hong Kong stories, including 1-4 underground exhibition area, 5-8 on the second floor and attic. The entrance of Hong Kong stories starts from underground. There are many 1:1 restored buildings here, learning history in fun.

Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
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Through the time tunnel, the Museum of Charm, which witnesses the protection and inheritance, is a guardian of urban memory, a collector of urban history and a detailed description of the cultural context of urban life. Hong Kong, which once wore the cap of "cultural desert", has a unique cultural charm in the integration of Chinese and Western cultures. People think that Hong Kong's history is just the process of developing from a small fishing port to a prosperous metropolis. In fact, not only that, but also that. After visiting the Hong Kong History Museum, I found that Hong Kong's history has begun 400 million years ago. For an international city, museums are really not. Yes or no. Although Hong Kong is a shocking place with more than 50 different museums, it is the Hong Kong Museum of History that ranks first and most worthy of visiting. After visiting the Hong Kong Museum of History, I think its location is very fine. The collection and collation of archaeological, historical, folk and natural historical relics from Hong Kong to South China reveal rich historical and cultural heritage. A survey of the city's past and present life. The most interesting topic, of course, is its tortuous course of transforming from a little-known fishing village into an international financial center in more than a hundred years. Among them, "Hong Kong Story" permanent exhibition, through three-dimensional landscaping, panoramic screen, multimedia theatre, combined with situational display techniques, presents more than thousands of cultural relics and multi-media innovations, and walks Hong Kong from the Devonian period 400 million years ago to the historical moment of Hong Kong's return in 1997 to show the changes of local history, culture, lifestyle and livelihood economy. Maybe it's a work of art, a "talking" cultural relic, or a highly creative scientific invention that will stir up a ripple in my heart, and it's this slight fluctuation in my heart that attracts me to this place. Tourist tips - "scenic spot tickets" tickets - "HK $10, student certificates (including mainland student certificates) and old people's certificates are half-price, free on Wednesday. 100 Chatham Road South, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong (on the side of the Hong Kong Science Museum); 20 minutes'walk from Exit B2 of Tsim Sha Tsui Station, along Cameron Road, east of Tsim Sha Tsui; 20 minutes from Exit D of Jordan Station, along Austin Road, east of Tsim Sha Tsui; 10 minutes' walk from Exit P2 of Tsim East Station, south of Tsim Sha Tsui Road to east of Tsim Sha Tsui Tsui. Zhong; Exit D6 from Honghong Station, MTR, west of Austin Road, through Hong Kong Polytechnic University, less than 10 minutes'walk. Visit time "23 hours"; "Open time" Open time - "10:00-18:00 on weekdays; 13:00-18:00 on holidays; Tuesday closed. The Hong Kong Museum of History and the Hong Kong Science Museum are separated. There are also the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Catholic Rose Hall nearby. They can arrange tours together. The West Gate of Chatham Road south of the Hong Kong Museum of History is often closed. It is necessary to walk up the escalator to the Southeast Main Gate directly opposite the Hong Kong Science Museum.
5/5
Reviewed on 3 Oct 2016
5/5
Every time I travel to a place, if I know there is a local museum, I will definitely go to the museum to explore and understand the local history and culture. So the first day I came to Hong Kong, of course, I went to the History Museum first. [Tickets] It only takes HK$10 to get in, and student cards in the Mainland can also be used. Half-price can get in. After visiting the museum, there is a souvenir shop on the first floor, which can be visited, but the price is a little expensive. At that time, I bought a palm-sized jigsaw puzzle for nearly HK$100. PS: There are many museums around Tsim Sha Tsui, such as Space Museum, Art Museum, Science Museum [Transportation] Address: 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon 1. Take the subway to Tsim Sha Tsui Station (Exit B2) and walk east of Tsim Sha Tsui along Cameron Road for about 18 minutes; 2. Take the subway to Jordan Station (Exit D) and walk east of Tsim Sha Tsui Road for about 20 minutes. Zhong; 3. Take the Kowloon-Canton Railway to Honghong Terminus and walk along the footbridge to the east of Tsim Sha Tsui for about 15 minutes. Telephone: +852 2724 9042 (general query) can not find, you can try GOOGLE map, or ask the local people, will be very enthusiastic to tell you. From the entrance to the museum, you can see what the fishing village looked like and how the fishermen worked. The scene of the invasion, Hong Kong during the Republic of China.... There are many movies to watch. There are three languages, English and Cantonese, which are broadcast alternately, and there are subtitles. From the perspective of geography, we can see how Hong Kong came into being and the changes in its history.
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