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Special Privilege of Being a Museum Pass Holder

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Type of Pass Fee
Museum Family Pass
(For a maximum of 4 persons of kinship)
$200 (Full Year)
Museum Individual Pass $100 (Full Year) / $50 (Half Year)
Museum Concessionary Pass * $ 50 (Full Year) / $25 (Half Year)

Benefits of Being a Museum Pass Holder

  • Unlimited admission during the valid period of the Museum Pass to the exhibition halls of 5 museums ¹
  • 10% discount on cash purchase of selected items at museum gift shops
  • 10% discount on participation in museum extension activities solely organized by the museums ²
  • Museum Annual/Half Year Pass holders can enjoy 10% discount for the purchase of Ocean Park "SmartFun Annual Pass"
  • Museum Annual Pass holders can enjoy a discount of HK$50, HK$40 and HK$30 off the published price respectively for the purchase of Adult, Child/Student and Senior Magic Access of the Hong Kong Disneyland Park.
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1. Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence and Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum. Some special exhibitions are excluded.

2. This discount is not applicable to fees which are already rebated under other concessionary schemes.

*Museum Concesserey Pass is applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities and senior citizens aged 60 or above.

*Concessionary Rate:
Persons paying concessionary rate may be requested by museum staff to produce a valid document for verification of eligibility. Students may be requested to produce a valid document. If proof of current full-time student status is not shown on the document, museum staff reserves the right to request the student concerned to provide other evidence to prove his/her student status. Personalized Octopus card with "Student Status" is not accepted.

Full Year Museum Pass is valid within 12 months and Half Year Museum Pass is valid within 6 months from the date of issue respectively.

Museum Pass holders should comply with the Museums Regulations, terms & conditions of privilege offers and house rules of the Museums. Application for and renewal of museum passes can be done at the museums and detailed terms & conditions are available on the application form. For details, please contact the Telephone Enquiry Hotline of individual museums.

  • Hong Kong Museum of History (852) 2724 9042
  • Hong Kong Heritage Museum (852) 2180 8188
  • Hong Kong Science Museum (852) 2732 3232
  • Hong Kong Space Museum (852) 2721 0226
  • Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence (852) 2569 1500
  • Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum (852) 2367 6373



*Points to note

  • It was announced in the 2016 Policy Address that the Government has decided to make the free admission to the permanent exhibitions of designated Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) museums a standing practice. Specifically, the permanent exhibitions of five fee- charging LCSD museums (i.e. the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence and Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum) will offer free admission for the public. The permanent exhibitions of the Hong Kong Science Museum and the Hong Kong Space Museum will offer free admission for full-time students. The charges for annual museum passes will be reduced by 50%. All other museum passes (i.e. half-yearly, monthly and weekly passes) will be abolished. The implementation date is subject to the amendment of the Public Health and Municipal Services Ordinance (Cap. 132CK). Subject to completion of the legislative procedure within the current legislative session, the new initiative will come into effect from 1 August 2016.
  • In the financial year of 2016-17, LCSD plans to organise the following special exhibitions which will levy additional admission charges. Holders of valid museum passes (except museum weekly passes) will enjoy unlimited free admission to these special exhibitions:

1. "Roman Navy and Pompeii" (June - August 2016) and "Hong Kong Toys" (March - May 2017) at the Hong Kong Museum of History;

2. "Claude Monet's Paintings" (May - July 2016) and "Royal Wedding Ceremony of the Qing Dynasty" (November 2016 - February 2017) at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum; and

3. "Animal Grossology" (July - November 2016) at the Hong Kong Science Museum.

  • The Hong Kong Museum of Art and the permanent exhibition halls of the Hong Kong Space Museum are closed for renovation and are expected to re-open in 2019 and late 2016 respectively.



Last Modified: 24-05-2016

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