Hong Kong Maritime Museum

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Top 1% of attractions in Hong Kong
8 / 10

5 expert reviews

“ It’s designed as if it’s a ship – the early history of Hong Kong and China trade is on C-Deck (lots of oil paintings and ceramics,) and Hong Kong’s shipyard history is told on B-Deck.”

– The Telegraph

Fodor's
"Previously located in Stanley, the museum, which explores Hong Kong's rich 2,000 year maritime history, re-opened at the end of February 2013 at the old Hung Hom Star Ferry Pier." Full review
Frommer's
"Shoppers in need of a break (or their companions in need of a break from fellow shoppers) might find respite in this museum near Stanley Market." Full review
Lonely Planet
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"This small but interesting museum, occupying the ground floor of Murray House, consists of ancient and modern galleries charting the shipping history of Hong Kong." Full review
Time Out
"The harbourfront museum puts on rotating exhibitions including nature conservation and the history of typhoons in Hong Kong on top of their permanent exhibitions in the galleries. " Full review


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