This museum is probably the best private museum in Hong Kong which is located by the Star ferry. 香港海事博物館最近的活動很多，也有了新的項目，這是一個適合帶著一家大小來呆個半日的地方，雖然要收門票，但是花一點點錢絕對是值得的。
About Hong Kong Maritime Museum
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The Maritime Museum has lots of good displays on Hong Kong maritime history. Lots of historic objects are included. The museum is on the waterfront and has great views across Victoria Harbour.
The weather in Hong Kong is so hot so what better way to escape the great outdoors with a super active boy than to check out maritime museum after our lunch in Ifc. Located at Central Pier 8 by the iconic Star Ferry ( the...More
We enjoyed our time at the museum and found the exhibits informative and interesting. The models were well made and my family learned a lot about pirates and modern shipping in the hour and a half we spent there.
Been there 2017 May 14. It was a free weekend entrance, but it would usually cost 50HKD (About 8USD). The visit was awesome. I got there in the very first hour of opening, 10am. So it was empty and I could enjoy it the most....More
I last visited this museum in October 2016, and I had a wonderful time seeing all of the interesting exhibits and even got in for free because it was disabled awareness week in Hong Kong. I also went to visit the cafe upstairs that is...More
The exhibits include three floors, each well-developed in telling the maritime development of Hong Kong from early Chinese vessels to the beginnings of Hong Kong and the current seaport. Worth a visit.
My son enjoyed this museum very much, It is spread out over three floors and covers all aspects of Asian maritime and modern shipping. Be aware that the ship simulator only runs in the afternoon so we unfortunately could not try that out.
Admission here was included in our Big Bus ticket which made it worthwhile. You can easily spend 2 hours here and not get bored. Loads of interactive things for the kids (and adults), great views of the harbour, a coffee shop. not crowded, lots of...More
I was shocked about the amount of people who don't know it's here, even the locals. It's full of information and we spent a lot longer there than anticipated. It's both an indoor and outdoor museum and accessed by public transport.