|Law Uk Folk Museum Special Opening Arrangements|
The Law Uk Folk Museum is now implementing special arrangements as follows:
* Admissions are limited to avoid overcrowding.
* Facility hygiene is strengthened by regular disinfection of all public areas. Sanitising mats and alcohol hand sanitisers are provided.
* All visitors are required to have their body temperature checked at the entrance. Those showing signs of fever will not be admitted.
* All visitors are requested to bring and wear a mask to protect themselves and others.
* Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
The museum will review the situation and adjust relevant preventive measures as necessary.
Law Uk Folk Museum is only a 5 minutes' walk from the Chai Wan MTR Station. The house museum, Law Uk ("Law's House"), is named after its original owner, a Hakka family whose Chinese surname is transliterated as "Law". Today, this 18th-century Hakka village house - the only example of its kind in Chai Wan - is a declared historical building.
Currently, barrier-free facilities and services provided at Law Uk Folk Museum are:
* Barrier-free access at the main entrance
* Tactile guide path and Braille map at the main entrance
* A barrier-free ramp surrounding the Hakka House
You are welcome to contact Mr Joseph Chow, the Assistant Curator I (Ethnography) of the Law Uk Folk Museum at 2724 9021 during office hours (8:45am to 1pm & 2pm to 5:33pm on Mon to Fri) or call the Duty Officer at 2896 7006 during non-office hours.