To ensure the best experience, please purchase your tickets online and book a time slot before arrival.
Visitors of all ages are welcome. Please take care of your children and the elderly. Visitors age 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Bags, boxes, and luggage larger than 55 x 35 x 20 cm; long umbrellas, monopods; tripods; folding chairs; and stools are not allowed. For details, please refer to our visitor guidelines.
To protect our exhibits, long umbrellas are not permitted inside the Museum. Short umbrellas must be stored in a bag while visiting the galleries.
For your safety, a security screening — including x-rays, metal detectors, and body temperature checks — will be conducted before your entry to the Museum.
Visitors with trained guide dogs are welcome in all galleries and facilities, including cafes, restaurants, and the Museum shop.
Yes. Further details will be released soon.
No eating, drinking, or chewing gum is allowed in the galleries.
Unless specified otherwise, you are welcome to take photos or videos for personal use. Flash photography, tripods, and selfie sticks are prohibited.
For information on our inclement weather arrangements, please refer to Inclement weather arrangements.
Concessions include children (age 7 to 11), full-time students, seniors (age 60 and above), persons with disabilities (with one companion), and CSSA recipients.
|Eligible Visitors||Proof of Eligibility|
|Senior aged 60 and above||
|Child aged 6 and below||
|Child aged 7 -11 / Full-time Student||
|Visitor with Disability||
|One (1) Companion of the Visitor with Disability||
|Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) Recipient – Hong Kong Resident Only||
Tickets can be booked through HKPM website, WKCDA website and WKCDA mobile app. Admission is booked for a specific hour. Free tickets on Wednesday will also need a valid ticket.
With a General Admission ticket, you will have access to our thematic exhibitions (Gallery 1 to Gallery 7). With a Special Exhibition ticket, you will have access to the thematic exhibitions (Gallery 1 to Gallery 7) and special exhibitions (Gallery 8 and Gallery 9).