The highly popular exhibition "The Majesty of All Under Heaven: The Eternal Realm of China's First Emperor" has arrived at its four-day countdown to closure. A spokesperson for the Hong Kong Museum of History said today (November 22) that the exhibition, which opened on July 25, had received more than 400,000 visitors up to this afternoon.
The spokesperson noted that the exhibition would close next Monday (November 26), and that a great number of visitors had grabbed the opportunity to visit the exhibition in the past few days. The museum has recorded an attendance of more than 32,000 visitors for the past seven days, an average of over 4,500 visitors per day. The spokesperson reminded those who wish to visit the exhibition to buy tickets in advance, but warned that tickets for this weekend - November 24 and 25 - had all been snapped up, though a number of tickets were still available for Monday.
Advance tickets are available at all URBTIX outlets and the Hong Kong Museum of History's box office, and concurrently via URBTIX's Internet booking (www.urbtix.hk) and credit card telephone booking (hotline: 2111 5999).
For details of ticketing arrangements and ticket sales updates, please visit the exhibition website at http://firstemperor.lcsd.gov.hk/en/ticketing.php or call the Museum (Tel: 2724 9042) or URBTIX (Tel: 2734 9009) for enquiries.
Ends/Thursday, November 22, 2012