M+ Museum At West Kowloon Cultural District Hong Kong

The Perfect Art Immersion Activity Or A Rainy Day Indulgence

M+ Museum, West Kowloon

The long-awaited M+ Museum, situated in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD), is officially open to the public as of November 12, 2021. One of the largest museum projects in the world, this cultural institution is dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting visual culture from the 20th and 21st centuries. Over the past several years, M+ has run several innovative exhibitions off-site as it awaits its final permanent home.

The M+ building was designed by renowned German architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, in collaboration with Farrells, and has the basic appearance of an inverted “T.” Exhibition spaces are housed in the main horizontal slab, which is elevated off the ground allowing for pedestrian traffic underneath. The tower section of the structure will be home to “public restaurants, lounges and gardens,” including office and research facilities. One of the more exciting features of the building is an LED lighting display system integrated on the facade, serving as a gigantic canvas for artwork visible across the harbor. M+ targets becoming a “Low Carbon and Low Energy” landmark venue within the WKCD.

Make a day of it and explore the rest of West Kowloon and all it has to offer.

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

With a total area of 700,000 square feet including 185,000 square feet of exhibition space, this museum is one of the most impressive sites within the West Kowloon Cultural District.

Who It's Perfect For:

Families looking for a fun and educationalindoor activity.

What Else:​

The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday!

Where To Find It:​

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