General information The Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence presents the city's 600-year history of coastal defence. The museum is made up of three main areas - the Reception, the Redoubt, and the Historical Trail. There are two levels in the Redoubt area which has a specially designed structure. The lower level houses the permanent exhibition galleries, where the exhibition 600 Years of Coastal Defence in Hong Kong is being held. The upper level is made up of thematic exhibition galleries. Strolling down the Historical Trail, visitors will come across more than 10 military relics and the former Lei Yue Mun fort built by the British forces in 1887. Its selected collections include firearms, artillery, documents, and uniforms. Location and phone number 175 Tung Hei Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong Enquiries: 2569 1500 Admission fee Standard: $10 (for adults and visitors who are not eligible for concessionary rates) Concessionary: $5 (for full-time students, people with disabilities and those aged 60 or above) Group: $7 (for 20 persons or above) Free admission for museum pass and museum weekly pass holders Free admission on Wednesday Opening hours 10am-5pm daily (last admission at 4.30pm). Closed on Thursday and first two days of Lunar New Year. Special programmes The museum provides various programmes, including family activities, gallery talks and Sunday lectures.