The Hong Kong Palace Museum presents over 900 priceless treasures from the Palace Museum. Many of them are on display in Hong Kong for the first time, while others have never been shown to the public before. The Museum regularly presents special exhibitions featuring Chinese art and culture, as well as art and treasures from other parts of the world.
Gazing at Sanxingdui: New Archaeological Discoveries in Sichuan
Presenting astounding archaeological discoveries of bronze, jade, gold, and ceramic objects at Sanxingdui, Jinsha, and Baodun sites in China’s Sichuan province, this exhibition revisits the Chengdu Plain dating back 2,600 to 4,500 years ago. Nearly half the objects on view come from the latest archaeological excavations at Sanxingdui, reflecting the advanced ancient culture and the interchanges among regional cultures by then. The exhibition also pays tribute to a century of modern Chinese archaeology.
Radiance: Ancient Gold from the Hong Kong Palace Museum Collection and the Mengdiexuan Collection
The special exhibition marks the debut of the Hong Kong Palace Museum’s permanent collection at a major special exhibition and is the biggest exhibition on ancient gold artefacts in Hong Kong in recent years.
Entering the Forbidden City: Architecture, Collection, and Heritage
The central position of the Forbidden City testifies to its significance to Chinese politics and culture. Featuring over 100 significant works from the Palace Museum, this exhibition sheds light on the architecture and activities of the Qing court.