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International Museum Day

16 May 2015 - 17 May 2015

Admission ( 16 May and 17 May, 2015 ): Free

Opening Hours: 10:00-19:00


Hong Kong Maritime Museum (HKMM) offers exclusive privileges to visitors on IMD days from 16 to 17 May 2015 (opening hours from 10:00 to 19:00) including:-

  1. Free giveaway on any purchase over HK$100 at HKMM Gift Shop;
  2. 10% discount on any consumption at Café 8, the Museum’s roof-top café run by a social enterprise Nesbitt Centre; and
  3. 50% discount on onsite membership enrolment of Friends of HKMM (Original price: HK$500 Individual, HK$600 Family, $200 Senior and $100 Full-time Students).


Other free programmes and activities:

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Guided Tours: Around The Museum In 45 Minutes

Saturday, 16 May

12:30-13:15 (Cantonese)

15:00-15:45 (Cantonese)

16:30-17:15 (English)

Sunday, 17 May

12:30-13:15 (English)

15:00-15:45 (Cantonese)

16:30-17:15 (Cantonese)

Joins our tours on IMD day! You can find out about the fascinating maritime history of Hong Kong and see the whole museum in 45 minutes.


Themed Tours: Development of Hong Kong Harbour

Sunday, 17 May

12:30-13:00 (Cantonese)

15:00-15:30 (Cantonese)

Find out more about the development of Victoria Harbour by joining theseinformative tours given by our experience staff.


Special Tour: Sea Bandits in The South China Sea

In Collaboration with the Society of Hong Kong History

Sunday, 17 May

11:00-12:00 (Cantonese)

Join our tour to learn more about sea bandits in South China Sea.


Special Tour: Maritime Silk Road

In Collaboration with the Society of Hong Kong History

Sunday, 17 May

1400-1500 (Cantonese)

Join our tour to learn more abouttheamazing maritime history from Han to Ching dynasty.


Poster Workshop

Saturday, 16 May


Make a poster to show what Hong Kong means to you, using ideas from the Made in Hong Kong Exhibition. Materials are provided. Fun for families or groups of friends.



Sunday, 17 May

15:00; 16:00 and 17:00

Bilingual author and storyteller Lisa Tam will share with you stories about growing up in Hong Kong. Each story contains a valuable lesson.