Sun Yat-sen Museum

Sun Yat-sen Museum

Central
  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
  • 0-3 hours
  • Any time

Sun Yat-sen, the Chinese revolutionary who declared the Republic of China in 1912, studied medicine and spent many years in Hong Kong. His life and the role Hong Kong played in the revolution are chronicled in the Sun Yat-sen Museum in Kom Tong Hall. The Museum is a good place to start the Sun Yat-sen trail in Central and Western District marking significant locations in his Hong Kong years. Admission is HK$10 (US$1.25) with discounts for students and seniors and free on Wednesdays and Nov. 12 and March 12, dates marking the birth and death of Sun Yat-sen. By MTR, take Exit D1 or D2 at Central Station to the Mid-Levels Escalator to Caine Road and walk west for about 5 minutes.

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