Skip to main content
Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Brand Hong Kong - Asia's world city
GovHK 香港政府一站通
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese
Site Map
Contact Us

Press Releases

2015.07.06 17:20 30°C Sunny Intervals
Press Releases
"My Culture" Mobile Application
My URBTIX Mobile App
"Fitness Walking" mobile application available for download
Multimedia Information - The Mobile App of Multimedia Information System
Level Double-A conformance, W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme
Publication and Press Releases
July 27 is last chance to use LCSD facilities for free


This Sunday, July 27, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department will stage the last of its current series of Open Days in which the public is allowed free use of indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and museums.

"This will be the very last opportunity this year to enjoy our leisure and cultural facilities free of charge," a spokesman for the department said.

"Since the first Open Day on July 1, public participation has continually increased. The first four of the five Open Days have already attracted over 930,000 people.

"The warm response from the public is really encouraging.

"I urge anyone who hasn't been able to take part before now to try to make up for it this Sunday," the spokesman added.

Badminton courts in all 18 districts are already fully booked for July 27.

Only a few free permits remain for squash courts, table tennis tables, American Pool tables and fitness rooms. Would-be users should check the availability of these facilities with the venues of their choice.

Again this Sunday, the department's 35 public swimming pools and six museums will offer free admission. The museums are the Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum (Exhibition Halls only) and Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence.

No permits are required for pools or museums. People will be admitted subject to normal capacity restrictions.

End/Friday, July 25, 2003

[News Archive][Back to Top]
Quality Services for Quality Life