At the weekend, I went to the environmental Exhibition on shark. The first time I came to this Maritime Museum, I took a ferry from the wharf on this side of Harbour City. I got off at Pier 8 in Central. The venue is not big, quiet, and there are not many people on weekends. The main hall is mainly about some ancient ships, cargo ships, ship models, some cultural relics, and other popular science knowledge. It is not very interesting for amateurs in this respect. The main thing is to see the exhibition. There are not many exhibits with HK$30 tickets. Individual works are quite distinctive and generally not very shocking. The main thing is to publicize environmental protection, or to support it.
It's very good to introduce the history of all kinds of boats and the location of Victoria Harbour. When the scenery of Victoria Harbour is beautiful, there's a special exhibition of sharks and human beings. It feels that human beings really should protect the environment. Unfortunately, we haven't finished watching it again.
My daughter is not particularly interested in the Maritime Museum beside the Central Wharf. Boys estimate that they are very fond of it. There are many ship models from ancient times to the present, as well as an overview of maritime development, which can increase a lot of knowledge. Many of them are in school and have not been touched by books. On the day we went, many local students in Hong Kong were visiting and doing it while they were watching. This note
The Maritime Museum was prepared by the enthusiasts of Hong Kong shipping industry at the end of 2003. It was opened on 8 September 2005 at Merry Building, Stanley Square, and reopened on 26 February 2013 after its relocation to Pier 8, Central. The Maritime Museum is very large. Tourists need to buy tickets to enter the museum, but the tickets are not expensive. Adults are only 30 Hong Kong dollars. The Museum introduces the vicissitudes of Hong Kong's maritime development. Its architectural design is three stories high. The whole Victoria Harbour can be seen on one floor, which is a design with ulterior motives. Museum exhibitions are rich in goods and materials, mainly displaying the history of ships and maritime trade in China, Asia, and even Western countries, so that visitors can have a certain understanding of the history of maritime trade. There is also a simulation cab to experience the captain's sailing process, with a special person to explain and operate.
The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is located near the Central Wharf on Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in ancient times to a British colonial period. It has massively supported its maritime equipment and become the most important stronghold of Britain in the Far East. Here we can see the change of Hong Kong's maritime rights status.
The Hong Kong Maritime Museum mainly showcases China's navigation history and equipment. The exhibition hall is large in scale and has a rich variety of exhibitions. The ticket of HK$30 is still worth it. We can learn a lot of navigation knowledge that we have never touched in peacetime.
At Pier 8 in Central, the ticket is HK$30, which is not very big. There will be different exhibitions from time to time. It's good to visit the Star Ferry in Tsim Sha Tsui. When you buy tickets, you can consult the customer service to get the experience tickets of the cab studio upstairs. The number is limited.
The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is located at Central Wharf. The scenery there is very beautiful, and it's not a weekend trip. There are not many people there! ________ Staff attitude is very good, ask if you want to buy tickets, 15 yuan a piece, some can be visited free of charge, but also someone explained, praise one!
People who like sailing will like the service staff very much.
I live far away from the sea. I am very strange to the sea and everything on the coast. What I know is just a little bit given by my school teachers. To go to Hong Kong and learn about Hong Kong's past and its story with the sea, I must go to the Maritime Museum.