The Hong Kong Racing Museum

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One of Hong Kong’s most enduring and popular pastimes is cheering on galloping horses at the track.

Horseracing has been a strong feature of the city’s living culture since the 19th century, and The Hong Kong Racing Museum is there to preserve and celebrate this slice of Hong Kong’s heritage.

The museum adjoins the stands of the world-famous Happy Valley Racecourse and traces the locals’ love affair with the ponies by charting the history of the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Info
Address:
2/F, Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley, Hong Kong Island
Tel:
+852 2966 8065
Website:
corporate.hkjc.com
How to get there
  • MTR Causeway Bay Station, Exit A. Walk along Matheson Street to Wong Nai Chung Road and then continue to walk for approximately 15 minutes.
  • Bus 75, 90 or 97 from Exchange Square bus terminus (near MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit D). Alight outside the museum.
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