1/30 of a Second Underwater by Wang Wei is among the 1,500 artworks on display in the opening shows at Hong Kong’s new M+ museum of visual culture. Entry is free but booking is required - our guide takes away the pain of getting a ticket. Photo: Sam Tsang
1/30 of a Second Underwater by Wang Wei is among the 1,500 artworks on display in the opening shows at Hong Kong’s new M+ museum of visual culture. Entry is free but booking is required - our guide takes away the pain of getting a ticket. Photo: Sam Tsang

Trying to book M+ museum tickets online? Follow our guide and you’ll soon be making a reservation

  • Entry to Hong Kong’s new contemporary art and design museum is free for the first year, but the online reservation system leaves a lot to be desired
  • This guide will help you book your slot, and if you can’t see all the exhibits in one go, booking another visit will be no problem

Topic |   M+ museum of visual culture
1/30 of a Second Underwater by Wang Wei is among the 1,500 artworks on display in the opening shows at Hong Kong’s new M+ museum of visual culture. Entry is free but booking is required - our guide takes away the pain of getting a ticket. Photo: Sam Tsang
1/30 of a Second Underwater by Wang Wei is among the 1,500 artworks on display in the opening shows at Hong Kong’s new M+ museum of visual culture. Entry is free but booking is required - our guide takes away the pain of getting a ticket. Photo: Sam Tsang
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