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Hong Kong Maritime Museum

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Address: Man Kwong Street | Central Ferry Pier No. 8, Hong Kong, China
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+852 3713 2500
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09:30 - 17:30
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Mon - Fri 09:30 - 17:30
Sat - Sun 10:00 - 19:00
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
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The Hong Kong Maritime Museum (HKMM), opened at Murray House in Stanley in...

The Hong Kong Maritime Museum (HKMM), opened at Murray House in Stanley in 2005, is a vibrant, cultural institution dedicated to preserving, collecting and displaying objects that tell the story about trade and maritime in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. Since 2013, the Museum has been relocated to the picturesque Victoria Harbour at Central Pier No. 8. An independent, non-profit registered charity, HKMM is supported by the shipping industry, the business community, private individuals and the Hong Kong SAR Government. HKMM houses 15 galleries including a venue space for special exhibitions and events, a resource centre, a roof-top social enterprise café, and a gift shop. HKMM promotes Hong Kong, China and Asia's maritime history and heritage as well as the vital role that ships and the sea play in our past, present and future. It also offers visitors a variety of public programmes including guided tours, workshops, public talks, and school, community and family activities.

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Informative and good for all ages

Adults $30 HKD, Children $15 HKD. Set over 3 floors, great exhibits, many are interactive (for children and adults alike), covers all of the history of the HK maritime and a... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2016
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

Adults $30 HKD, Children $15 HKD. Set over 3 floors, great exhibits, many are interactive (for children and adults alike), covers all of the history of the HK maritime and a significant portion of global maritime. Well worth the money and good for 2 hours visit.

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Reviewed 30 December 2016

Nice place --- should spend time in this museum, very informative and done very well. Old ship models, equipment's and history details even the simulator was excellent. Kids liked it, even I enjoyed spending time in Museum...

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Reviewed 19 December 2016

The Maritime Museum is on the waterfront on HK island, with awesome views of Kowloon and HK island. Went there for the annual China in Print exhibition on books. Next door was an exhibit of fabulous paintings on Colonial HK and China. Go there to enjoy the exhibits, the view and the nice restaurants.

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Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

You don't necessarily have to be interested in maritime history to enjoy this place. It gives an in depth story of how travelling by sea grew in Hong Kong and what an important port it was and still remains for world trade. Definitely worth a visit if you have a couple of hours free, and great views of Victoria Bay... More 

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Terrebonne, Canada
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Reviewed 15 December 2016

This is an interesting museum to visit and learn about the naval historic of Hong Kong. war boats etc..

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Reviewed 12 December 2016

Very conveniently located adjacent to the Star Ferry. Well worth spending an hour or two there. Exhibits range from early Chinese exploration to modern container shipping, and give a good understanding of the maritime history of Hong Kong. As might be expected, there are some excellent ship models. A simulated ship's bridge exhibit is available, but reservations are required and... More 

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Reviewed 10 December 2016

Although we have visited HK a few times, we had not visited the Maritime Museum before. We both found it interesting and when my wife's energy started to flag, she was happy to sit at the huge picture window and enjoy watching all the activity in the Harbour. H.K. is an exciting place and is constantly evolving as shown on... More 

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Reviewed 9 December 2016

We had only a short time to visit the museum so just briefly saw the exhibits. Will come back next time and spend more time as there was a lot to see especially for marine and history fans.

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Reviewed 9 December 2016

I had visited the original museum a couple of times in the past and was surprised by how different it is now. As an ex seafarer I was a bit disappointed, but the large number of ship builders models on show is very impressive. as is the bridge simulator,

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Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

Spent several hours here as there was so much to see and loads of information to read. There were interactive displays. So many aspects are covered in a brilliant way: paintings; models of boats; pottery; diving suits; and loads more. There appears to be upgrades to the collection happening all the time. The building is located on the harbour which... More 

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