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Hong Kong Museum of History Main Entrance This large museum occupying a floor area of 17,500 sq m and exhibition area of 7000 sq m was established in 1975 and moved from its original Kowloon Park building to its present location on Chatham Road next to the Science Museum in 1988.
The museum aims to preserve and promote the historical and cultural heritage of Hong Kong.
The Ground Floor Exhibition Hall has exhibits demonstrating mathematics, motion, light, sound, life sciences and has a world of mirrors where visitors can see distorted images of themselves.
The Jockey Club Environmental Conservation Gallery on the ground floor opened as a permanent exhibition in August 2010 and features over 40 interactive exhibits grouped under ten themes related to environmental protection including air, water, land resources, energy and waste.
The entertaining and educational permanent exhibition “*The Hong Kong Story” comprises eight galleries with a display of over 3,700 exhibits, 750 graphic panels, dioramas and multimedia programmes supported by special audio-visual and lighting effects and illustrates the natural environment, folk culture and historical development of Hong Kong through a 400 million year period in an authentic manner.
The eight galleries feature; The Natural Environment Prehistoric Hong Kong The Dynasties : From The Han to the Qing Folk Culture in Hong Kong The Opium Wars and the Cession of Hong Kong Birth and Early Growth of the City The Japanese Occupation Modern Metropolis and the Return to China Amongst may impressive exhibits are a 42m long beach with life-like Neolithic inhabitants engaged in various activities, reconstruction of Hakka peasant family’s house, festive activities of the annual Cheung Chau Bun Festival including bun towers, temporary Cantonese Opera theatre and Taoist altar, an old street scene from the early 20th century with shops and double-decker tram and a port scene with steam launch.* The Hong Kong Story permanent exhibition is to undergo a major renovation owing to expanding museum collections and new display techniques and a public consultation for opinions on the renovation is being held in March and April 2016.
There is an elevated pedestrian footbridge link to the museum (about 15 mins).
MTR to East Tsim Sha Tsui exit P2 then follow Chatham Road South (about 10 minutes).
The Second Floor Exhibition Hall has a prototype zone and exhibits on telecommunications, food science, home technology, and transportation featuring Hong Kong’s first airliner, a Cathay Pacific DC-3 suspended from the ceiling, and a flight simulator.
The Third Floor Exhibition Gallery has an Energy Efficiency Centre and Children's Gallery with many entertaining and educational interactive activities.
The museum is located next to the Museum of History in Tsim Sha Tsui and has a permanent exhibition area of 6,500 sq m with over 500 exhibits.
The exhibition halls span four floors all of which encircle a huge 22 metre high Energy Machine, the largest of its kind in the world.