The Museum’s Learning and Engagement programme focuses on three areas: the Palace Academy, School and Youth Programme, and Community Engagement.
At 1,600 square metres, the Palace Academy is the largest dedicated museum learning space in Hong Kong. It offers a wide range of educational activities for visitors.
Located at the Palace Academy, our Learning Resource Centre is a communal space stocked with hundreds of learning materials and books on Chinese art, culture, and history for students and teachers to study and read on-site. The growing collection consists of introductory readings, picture books, and teaching and learning packs. The Centre is also equipped with computers, scanners, and audio-visual equipment, which allow visitors to access our digital resources.
Through youth engagement as well as long-term strategic partnerships with local schools and the educational community, we aim to cultivate students’ interest in Chinese art, culture, and history.
With a firm belief in the transformational power of art and culture, the Museum partners with community organisations and local artists to organise outreach programmes, and manages the robust volunteer programme and the docent programme.
The Museum values inclusivity and equal opportunities, and strives to make the Museum accessible to all.
West Kowloon Cultural District, 8 Museum Drive, Kowloon