Museum Latest Opening Arrangements
Starting from 2 April 2021 (Friday), the Hong Kong Museum of Art will resume normal opening hours. We will implement admission quota and special precautionary measures to help ensure public safety.
Visitors are required to scan the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code or register their name, contact number and the date and time of the visit before being allowed to enter for necessary contact tracing if a confirmed case is found. Appeals are made to members of the public to download and install the "LeaveHomeSafe" mobile app in advance and scan the QR code with the app before entering. Members of the public who opt for registering their personal information at the scene are reminded to arrive earlier to avoid delaying their visits as longer time is required for such registration. Museum staff may immediately call the contact number provided by the visitor to verify the authenticity of information.
Monday to Wednesday, Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holiday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Closed on Thursdays (except public holiday) and the first two days of the Lunar New Year
Special Precautionary Measures
‧Visitors are subject to temperature check before admission. Visitors with fever symptoms will not be admitted.
‧Visitor should apply alcohol hand sanitisers before admission.
‧Bring and wear a mask.
‧Children aged under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
‧The hygiene of the facilities will be strengthened. Regular disinfection of toilets, lifts, escalators, railings, buttons and all public areas of the museum will be arranged. Sanitising mats and alcohol hand sanitisers will be provided.
The Hong Kong Museum of Art will review the situation and adjust relevant preventive measures as and when necessary.
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Established in 1962, HKMoA is the first public art museum in the city, now custodian of an art collection of over 17,000 items, representing the unique cultural legacy of Hong Kong's connection across the globe. By curating a wide world of contrasts, from old to new, Chinese to Western, local to international, with a Hong Kong viewpoint, we aspire to refreshing ways of looking at tradition and making art relevant to everyone, creating new experiences and understanding.
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