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Hong Kong may have a reputation as a city of business and finance, but there’s also a vibrant arts scene and rich cultural heritage that’s captured at many of the museums around town. Whether you’re hoping to learn more about the ways people lived during the ancient Chinese dynasties, or you want to familiarise yourself with the works of rising local artists, these museums are some of the best spots to visit for a day of cultural exploration.
Sitting proudly on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, theis dedicated to promoting local art while also shedding light on China’s long cultural legacy. After a major renovation, the Hong Kong Museum of Art reopened with a new annex block and an expanded programme. Spread across 10,000 square metres, the museum’s vast collection now has more than 17,000 artefacts, including Chinese antiquities dating back to the Neolithic period and works by seminal artists such as Wu Guanzhong, who was widely regarded as the father of modern Chinese painting. The museum is also known for its work in charting the development of Hong Kong’s art scene, which, although still relatively young, has already proven to be a force to be reckoned with.
Originally built in the 1840s, Hong Kong Park and relax with a traditional brew at its teahouse.
Part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, has been the city’s leading museum of visual culture since its opening in 2021. In a cutting-edge building designed by Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, M+ showcases visual art, design and architecture, and moving images from the 20th and 21st centuries.
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