Hong Kong has a variety of fun and interesting museums, many of these are located in the vicinity of Tsim Sha Tsui. These popular sights see many thousands of tourists and visitors passing through during the year, forming an integral part of the tourism and culture of Hong Kong.
Sightseers and other tourists will be interested to find out more about these great museums, so we have put together this guide to our four favorite museums in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong museum of History is located just off Chatham Road South, opposite to Austin Avenue.
The museum often receives rave-reviews from patrons who have visited, not only does it provide a good history lesson, much time and effort goes into the world class exhibits on display here. We believe the entrance fee is well worth the price.
The Science Museum of Hong Kong, situated on Granville Road, is a great display of the science and technology advances of Hong Kong, China, and the rest of Asia and the world.
Visitors here can discover how things in the world happen, and why. Many Scientific discoveries are on display, including advances in technology, chemistry, biology and physics. Children and adults will find this museum interesting and educational.
Fans of all things galactic will love the Hong Kong Space Museum, inside are spectacular displays helping our understanding of the stars, planets, satellites and other discoveries in our galaxy and beyond.
The Hong Kong Space Museum is in a great location, just off Salisbury road close to the famous Victoria Harbor, due to the amazing spherical design, you can’t miss it. This is one of the most popular museums in Hong Kong, not only because of what’s inside, but also because of the fact that it’s located right in between some of the best hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui, allowing easy access for many tourists in the area.
Art plays an important role in the culture of this part of the far east, any many renowned artists and designers are featured here at the Art Museum. This museum is easy to get to by everyone, just by the Space Museum.
Aesthetically pleasing old and modern art exhibits are on display, even the famous fashion designer Louis Vuitton decorated the entire exterior of the Art Museum building with a contemporary and fashionable design, a sign of the times of where Hong Kong is moving towards today.
We hope you have a great time visiting some of the sights and museums in Tsim Sha Tsui and the rest of Hong Kong. Don’t forget there are more! Such as the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, and the Maritime Museum – The tourists are spoiled for choice in this area.