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Public Opening of Hong Kong Palace Museum Postponed to 3 July

Taking into consideration that the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 will still be in force for some time, the Hong Kong Palace Museum announces that it will not open to the public today (2 July). The public opening of the HKPM will be postponed to 3 July and the opening hours will be extended. The museum will open at 9am and close at 9pm tomorrow

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Resumption of M+ Online Reservation Service

M+ online reservation service has now resumed. Reservations for M+ admission in the first two weeks (12 - 28 November) can be made on a new platform via the West Kowloon website, M+ website, or through the ‘West Kowloon Cultural District’ mobile application. To facilitate the public to visit the museum in a small party, the new system allows each visitor to make reservations for a maximum of four people in one booking.

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The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public; however all performances and programmes until 19 February 2021 (Fri) will be rescheduled or cancelled. Where feasible programmes will be presented online.

The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public; however all performances and programmes until 19 February 2021 (Friday) will be rescheduled or cancelled. Where feasible programmes will be presented online

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M+ Pavilion will reopen on 16 Sep, and the exhibition Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders will be extended to 1 Nov. The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open. Programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 30 Sep

M+ Pavilion will reopen on 16 Sep, and the exhibition Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders will be extended to 1 Nov. The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open. Programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 30 Sep

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The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 15 September 2020 (Tuesday), performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled within this period, while the Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public

The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 15 September 2020 (Tuesday), performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled within this period, while the Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public

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The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 8 September 2020, while the Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public. Performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 15 September 2020.

The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 8 September 2020 (Tuesday), while the Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public. Performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 15 September 2020 (Tuesday)

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The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 1 September 2020. The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public; however performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 30 August 2020

The M+ Pavilion is temporarily closed until 1 September 2020 (Tuesday). The Art Park and certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open to the public; however performances and programmes will be rescheduled or cancelled until 30 August 2020 (Sunday)