Museum Pass Exclusive Offers

  • Interested parties shall apply and collect the Museum Pass in advance. Apply NOW
  • Museum Pass holders must present a valid Museum Pass for admission to programmes as listed below.
  • Individual programmes might require pre-registration. Pass holders shall show both the physical Museum Pass and confirmation email for admission.

 

 

 
Admission Discount | HK Maritime Museum

Cultural Partner Admission Discount | HK Maritime Museum

 

From 1 Nov 2023 to 31 Dec 2024, Museum Pass Holders can enjoy a discount of 50% off the published price for the purchase of adult ticket to Hong Kong Maritime Museum.

 
Shopping Discount | The Mills CHAT Shop

Cultural Partner Shopping Discount | The Mills CHAT Shop

 

From 1 Dec 2023 to 30 Nov 2024, Museum Pass Holders can enjoy a discount of 5% off at CHAT Shop in The Mills.

 
Museum Pass – Special Edition

Museum Pass – Special Edition

 

To celebrate the Year of the Dragon, LCSD is launching a Special Edition of Museum Pass with two designs: traditional pattern from our museum collection - the plate with double fire dragons in red; plus "Enggie Pup" and "Artti Kitty" in new year costume. The Special Edition is now available at seven of the LCSD Museums. Supply while stock lasts.

 
 
An Expedition with Curators | Journey through the Xia, Shang, and Zhou

An Expedition with Curators | Journey through the Xia, Shang, and Zhou

 
Date: 29 Apr 2024 (Mon)
Time: 10.30am – 5pm
Venue: Special Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History

Description:
Have you ever thought of the curatorial stories behind exhibitions? This time, the curatorial team will lead you to an interactive journey through "The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Ancient Civilisation of the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties in Henan Province" and share the stories behind.

1st session: 10.30am – 11.30am
2nd session: 12.00nn – 1:00pm
3rd session: 2.30pm – 3.30pm
4th session: 4.00pm – 5.00pm

This is one of the exhibitions in the Chinese Culture Promotion Series. The LCSD has all along promoted Chinese history and culture through organising an array of programmes and activities to enable the public learn more about broad and profound Chinese culture. For more information, please visit: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/ccpo/index.html.

Registration and quota
*Pass holders shall show the physical Museum Pass for admission. 15 quotas for each session. First come, first served. 
 
Night Odyssey in Space Museum

Night Odyssey in Space Museum

 

14 May 2024 (Tue)

6pm – 9pm

Venue: Exhibition Halls and Space Theatre, Hong Kong Space Museum

 

In this evening of closing day, the Hong Kong Space Museum will exclusively open for Museum Pass holders, and you can visit the exhibition halls at your own pace. In addition, the Space Theatre will feature two special programmes In Search of Cosmic Life and Decoding Starlight which are produced by the Hong Kong Space Museum. The shows are free of charge and for members only.

 

Dome Show In Search of Cosmic Life

Show schedule: 7 pm

Show duration: About 30 minutes

Synopsis: What is your take on cosmic life? Yea or nay? In this show, audiences will appreciate the uniqueness of the Earth for life to flourish, and will examine those celestial bodies which scientists have found liquid water or organic compounds. Besides, space missions such as Stardust, Kepler and OSIRIS-REX will also be introduced.

 

Dome Show Decoding Starlight

Show schedule: 8 pm

Show duration: About 30 minutes

Synopsis: Thanks to more powerful telescopes and advancements in physics, humanity has a better grasp of the distances of stars and the meaning of stellar spectra. It turns out that a spectrum contains important information of a star, such as its mass, surface temperature and chemical composition. What more can the starlight reveal to us the mysteries of the universe? Decoding Starlight leads the audience following astronomers' footsteps to unlock the secrets of the stars.

 

Registration and quota: Pass holders shall show the physical Museum Pass for admission. First-come, first-served.

 

Quota for dome shows in Space Theatre: 270 people per session

 

Language: The dome shows are narrated in Cantonese. Audience can also select Putonghua and English with the multi-channel headphone system.

 
Members' Night: Science Fantasy Night

Members' Night: Science Fantasy Night

 

17 May 2024 (Fri)

7.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum

 

In reality, are there any sleep pods for interstellar missions?
Besides fireflies, what other creatures emit light?
How can black holes be used as time machines?
What are the unique body structures of aliens living on rouge planets?
...
Join us for an enlightening Members' Night as we delve into the realm of science fiction novels and movies, and explore the extent to which they align with scientific principles. Embrace on a journey that will broaden your scientific mind.

 

Concurrent exhibitions including:
Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination

 

Registration and quota: Pass holders shall show the physical Museum Pass for admission. First come, first served.

 

 

 

Past Events

Meet the Curators | Get on board our vintage transport journeys

Meet the Curators | Get on board our vintage transport journeys

 

11 Nov 2023 (Sat)

2.30pm – 4pm

Venue: Seminar Room, The Hong Kong Heritage Museum

 

Two curators in different positions within the museum will share lesser-known museum stories with audiences through images and conversations. Museum collections cover a wide range of items. Large-scale museum collections may include a variety of retired transportation vehicles, e.g. diesel electric engine, fireboat, tramcar… Curators will share the stories behind the conservation, handover and permanent archive of such large-scale museum collections.

 
Member's Day | Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence

Members' Day | Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence

 

16 Nov 2023 (Thu)

10am – 5pm

Venue: Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence

 

Wish to avoid the weekend traffic visiting museums? Museum Pass holders may now enjoy an exclusive and more comfortable museum experience on Members' Day.

 

You may also challenge the game 'Riddles from the Coastal Defence' Virtual x Reality Puzzle (Chinese version only): Integrating with AR interactive experience and physical props, the riddle game will lead you the way to discover the military relics and natural landscapes along the Lyemun Fort Historical Trail in MCD. Playing the roles of the virtual characters designed, and following the instructions given, you and your teammates will enjoy an unexpected adventure. Interested parties are advised to make online reservation in advance.

Time: 11 am – 4 pm (Around 1.5 hours required to complete the game)
Venue: Lyemun Fort Historical Trail

 
Oi! Night Walk

Oi! Night Walk

 

17 Nov 2023 (Fri)

8pm – 10pm

Venue: Oi!

 

Oi! is housed in the former clubhouse of the Hong Kong Yacht Club, which was opened in 1908. After it was allocated to the Art Promotion Office for revitalisation and restoration, the red-bricked Grade II historic building with a tile roof was open to the public as an art space in 2013, and renamed Oil Street Art Space (Oi!). In 2019, Oi! has rolled out an expansion project, in which an adjacent public open space has been integrated with the original premises. Together they host a wide variety of art exhibitions and public participation activities for visitors. To provide an exclusive and unique experience to the Museum Pass holders, Oi! will offer a special Friday night programme in which the Pass holders can visit Oi! after its closure. They can explore this former clubhouse of Hong Kong Yacht Club in a funny and different way.

 

Highlight of the night is the brand new public programmes for "Oi! Night Walk". Through the mix of drama, dance performance, sound and story-telling, participants will understand more about the history of Oi! and its surrounding community in an immersive journey.

 

Exhibitions of Oi! will be opened with fixed-point docents during the night. For the details of programmes and exhibitions, please refer to the website of Oi!: https://www.apo.hk/en/web/apo/oi_projects_and_programmes.html .

 
Meet the Curators | Palaeontology Gallery

Meet the Curators | Palaeontology Gallery

 

17 Dec 2023 (Sun)

2.30pm – 3.30pm

Venue: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

 

Have you ever thought of the curatorial stories behind exhibitions? This time, the Hong Kong Science Museum will share with you the stories behind the new Palaeontology Gallery.

 
Meet the Curators | Black Hole: the Information Barrier

Meet the Curators | Black Hole: the Information Barrier

 

13 Jan 2024 (Sat)

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Venue: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum

 

You've probably heard the term "black holes", or maybe you think of them as "cosmic vacuum cleaners" that suck everything in. What is a black hole? How to introduce an invisible and untouchable object in an exhibition? Dr. Chu-wing So, Assistant Curator of the Hong Kong Space Museum, will share with you the development and stories behind the "Black Hole: the Information Barrier" exhibition.

 
Exclusive Cosplay Day | Hong Kong Railway Museum

Exclusive Cosplay Day | Hong Kong Railway Museum

 

23 Jan 2024 (Tue)

10am – 6pm

Venue: Hong Kong Railway Museum

 

Wish to avoid the weekend traffic visiting museums? Museum Pass holders may now enjoy an exclusive and more comfortable museum experience on Members' Day.

Museum Pass holders are welcomed to dress special on railway or old Hong Kong theme with special permission for photo-taking inside the historical coaches that day. Limited to one day only, so don't miss it!

 

Other activities:

  • Video Screening: Showing 80 Years on a Historic Account (1910-1990) and Diesel Electric Engine No. 60 on a loop.

Time: 10am – 3pm

Venue: Historical Coach No. 313

 

  • Decoding the Diesel Electric Engines: Retired training officer of diesel electric engines will share with us interesting stories and experiences about driving trains. He will also conduct a guided tour to Diesel Electric Engines Nos. 51 and 60.

Time: 3.30pm – 5pm

Venue: Historical Coach No. 313, Nos. 51 and 60

 
‘A Date with the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware’ – 40th Anniversary Celebration Evening

'A Date with Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware' – 40th Anniversary Celebration Evening

 

26 Jan 2024 (Fri)

6pm – 8.30pm

Venue:Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

 

The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware was built in the "Greek Revival" style. The restored museum officially opened to public on 27 January 1984, housing ceramics, zisha tea ware and cultural artefacts donated by Dr. K. S. Lo. To celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2024, the museum will host an evening gathering with music and tea and the guided tour 'Collected Treasures for 40 Years'. Participants will enjoy Chinese tea and music, East-meets-West ambience of the galleries as they appreciate the exhibits and commemorate the four decades of the museum together.

 

Evening with Music &Tea Gathering (Cantonese)

1st session:6.15pm - 7pm

2nd session:7.15pm - 8pm

Galleries 1& 2, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware (G/F)

 

'Collected Treasures for 40 Years' Fixed-point Guided Tour (Cantonese)

6.15 pm - 8.15pm

1/F, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

 
Cinderella and Her Little Angels

Screening of "Cinderella and Her Little Angels" (1959)

 

1 Mar 2024 (Fri)

3.30pm – 5.10pm

Venue: Cinema, Hong Kong Film Archive

 

Film synopsis:

B&W | Mandarin | Chinese Lyrics | 96min

Cinderella and Her Little Angels can be described as an exceptional crossover between film and fashion in Hong Kong cinema. Young tailor Lin Fu (Peter Chen Ho) is secretly in love with Danning (Linda Lin Dai), a girl from the local orphanage. One day, by order of his boss, Fu plucks up the courage and asks Danning to model in the shop's upcoming fashion show. The proposal sounds completely outrageous to the conservative orphanage director but Danning has her mind set on strutting down the runway to raise funds for the orphanage. At the invitation of MP & GI, Johnson Tailors—a renowned shop of the time—designed and custom-made every outfit featured on the catwalk. Born to be a model, Linda Lin Dai looks just as adorable in a plain-coloured qipao or a chic Western dress, even when posing as a mannequin! As Lin showcases on screen the trendiest fashions from far and wide, the audience is not just treated to a feast for the eyes, but also taken on a fun trip around the world.

 

Concurrent exhibitions including: Cinderella and Her Qipao

 

Courtesy of Cathay-Keris Films Pte Ltd

 
Members' Day: Sci-Fi or not?

Members' Day: Sci-Fi or not?

 

28 March 2024 (Thu)

1pm – 5pm

Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum

 

Description:

Are laser beams visible in a vacuum?
Do aliens necessarily have large foreheads?
Does the brain of a 100-meter-tall monster have enough blood?
Does a spacecraft have to be streamlined?
How strong is spider silk?
Does Magneto really exist in the universe?
Will AI robots rebel against humans?
...
On this Members' Day, participants can conduct science experiments, participate in sharing sessions, workshops, game booths, visit exhibitions and explore real examples to examine how far science fiction novels and movies are aligned with scientific principles, and broaden scientific mind.

  • Sharing and Experience Session - Wearable Rehab Robotics
    Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm ; 3:00pm – 4:00pm
    Venue: 1/F Lecture Hall
  • Technical Demonstration - Sci-Fi Gastronomy: 3D Food Printing
    Time: 1:15pm1:45pm ; 2:15pm2:45pm ; 3:15pm3:45pm ; 4:15pm4:45pm
    Venue: 1/F Discovery Corner, Earth Science Gallery
  • Technical Demonstration - TECH Wonders of Robotic Dogs
    Time: 2:30pm3:00pm ; 4:30pm5:00pm
    Venue: G/F Demonstration Theatre
  • Science Interactive Session (Laser Fantasy, Space Travel Secrets, Unveiling the Monster's Blood Pressure)
    Time: 1:00pm5:00pm
    Venue: G/F Classroom
  • Workshop - Incredible Robotic Arm
    Time: 1:30pm2:15pm ; 3:30pm4:15pm
    Venue: G/F Laboratory
  • Space Booth (Spacesuit Technology Marvels, Mars Cultivation Mission, Artificial Satellites Geometry)
    Time: 1:00pm5:00pm
    Venue: G/F Special Exhibition Hall
  • On-spot Guided Tour - Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination
    Time: 1:00pm5:00pm
    Venue: G/F Special Exhibition Hall

Concurrent exhibitions including:
Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination

 
Touring the fantastic martial arts world created by Jin Yong in Hanfu costume

Touring the fantastic martial arts world created by Jin Yong in Hanfu costume

 
Date: 12 April 2024 (Fri)
Time: 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Venue: Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Description:
Pass holders are welcomed to wear Hanfu costume visiting the “A Path to Glory – Jin Yong's Centennial Memorial, Sculpted by Ren Zhe” exhibition and Jin Yong Gallery, touring the fantastic martial arts world created by Jin Yong. Limited to one day only, so don't miss it!

This is one of the exhibitions in the Chinese Culture Promotion Series. The LCSD has all along promoted Chinese history and culture through organising an array of programmes and activities to enable the public learn more about broad and profound Chinese culture. For more information, please visit: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/ccpo/index.html.