Seek adventure and step out of the city and into some of HK’s best parks, museums, beaches, attractions and islands.

ArtisTree is a multi-purpose venue that allows different art programmes with a particular focus on performing arts in Hong Kong. The venue was introduced to Taikoo Place in 2008 with the goal of making diverse arts and cultural events accessible to local communities. The new ArtisTree has been signed as a platform for the emergence …
Large library in Causeway Bay with excellent selection of books in English, plus children’s toy library and multi media equipment.
A beautiful complex of wooden temples, built without using a single nail! Surrounded by skyscrapers, but utterly peaceful and tranquil, feel transported out of Hong Kong and into a different time.
Dr Sun Yat-sen made it his life’s work to overthrow the Qing Dynasty and establish the Republic of China.  The museum gives a comprehensive overview of his life and career of and Hong Kong’s vital role in the reform movements and revolutionary activities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
A former fire ship that has been restored and now stands on dry land in Quarry Bay Park.  Kids will love exploring the boat and the views across to Kowloon are fantastic. Closed on Tuesdays except public holidays.
Housed in a colonial building dating back to 1840 and in the grounds of Hong Kong Park, this museum specialises in the collection, study and display of tea ware.  Worth a visit to have a look at both the building as well as the collection.  
A museum covering aspects of Hong Kong’s history and heritage and set in a former British army barracks.
Photography, calligraphy and art collections.
Shows prison life from the time of punishment to the current philosophy of rehabilitation.  Take the children and see cells, stocks and gallows and that a life of crime definitely doesn’t pay! Closed on Mondays.
This Museum details Hong Kong’s rich maritime history and strategic geographical position.