• What's On

    Past Events and Exhibitions
  • The Hong Kong Maritime Museum offers public programming for adults, families and community groups on a regular basis and in connection with special exhibitions. For adults, we invite speakers to Saturdays Talks to share their areas of expertise across a wide range of topics. For families we hold storytelling and arts and crafts workshops

    To see upcoming events at HKMM, click here.   

Workshop
13 Sep 2015 14:00-17:00 (In Cantonese with English facilitation)

The exceptional skills and knowledge required to make lanterns and offering objects are often reflected in the classic beauty of these colourful products. ... more

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06 Sep 2015 - 06 Dec 2015 14:30 to 17:30 (In Cantonese and English)

Read books, play games, sketch in the gallery and enjoy the view of Victoria Harbour with your children at our Family Corner. ... more

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Talks
05 Sep 2015 16:00 (in Cantonese)

Religion was therefore very important in helping fishermen to overcome these threats to their livelihood. In this talk, Billy will talk about the taboos and different religious beliefs of the fishermen and gods such as Tin Hau and Pak Tai. ... more

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Workshop
30 Aug 2015 15:00, 16:00, 17:00

Find out how to use an abacus in this demonstration. ... more

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Walks
30 Aug 2015 14:00-17:00 (in Cantonese and English)

Visit traditional trades featured in the Made in Hong Kong special exhibition and bring cultural heritage to life ... more

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Workshop
23 Aug 2015 15:00, 16:00, 17:00 (in Cantonese with English facilitation)

Design your own credit card and find out how to use it. ... more

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Walks
23 Aug 2015 14:00-17:00 (in Cantonese and English)

Visit traditional trades featured in the Made in Hong Kong Exhibition and bring cultural heritage to life. ... more

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Workshop
16 Aug 2015 15:00, 16:00, 17:00 (in Cantonese with English facilitation)

How many products from Made in Hong Kong can fit into your ship? ... more

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Plastic is indestructible! Careless disposal means plastic is thrown away into rivers or cast onto the street to be washed into storm drains and straight into the ocean. Once there, massive ocean currents transport it to the ocean centres or gyres where plastic particles now outnumber plankton. ... more

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09 Aug 2015 14:00 - 16:00 (in Cantonese with English facilitation)

Paper art masters use bamboo sticks, glue and coloured paper to make lantern and paper offerings. ... more

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