Hong Kong Museum of Art

Celia Yu

General information

The museum's main objective is to preserve China's cultural heritage while promoting art with a local focus. It has a collection of more than 14,000 Chinese antiques and artworks, including Chinese paintings and calligraphy, as well as creations by local artists and historical images of old Hong Kong.

Location and phone number

10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Tel: 2721 0116

Admission fee


Standard: $10

Concessionary: $5 (for people with disabilities, full-time students and those aged 60 or above)

Groups of 20 people or above: 30 per cent off

Museum pass holders: free


Free admission on Wednesday

Opening hours


10am-6pm daily.

Closed on Thursday (except public holidays and the first two days of the Lunar New Year).

Closes at 5pm on Lunar New Year's Eve.


Special programmes

The museum organises a wide range of educational programmes, such as lectures, art demonstrations and workshops, to go along with the exhibitions, with the aim of enriching participants' knowledge and raising their interest in artistic creations.