Special Opening Arrangements
In response to the latest regulations made under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance by the Government, Tai Kwun is open with very limited services and access. All exhibitions, guided tours, performances, events and workshops will be suspended. Retail and restaurants premises will be open individually. Admission of groups with more than two people will not be allowed. These measures will remain in place until 6 September 2020. You are encouraged to check updates on this website before visiting Tai Kwun. Please click HERE for the latest arrangement of individual restaurants and shops.
Tai Kwun summer programmes are gradually resuming to keep you refreshed and recharged! With enhanced sanitary measures in place across indoor facilities and outdoor areas, Tai Kwun welcomes the public to enjoy a summer of the arts, heritage and lifestyle experiences following the recent period of social distancing.
The Summer Season at Tai Kwun (June through August) will bring in two new exhibitions at Tai Kwun Contemporary: They Do Not Understand Each Other, co-presented with The National Museum of Art, Osaka and Singapore Art Museum, and My Body Holds Its Shape. Meanwhile, performance aficionados mustn’t miss ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK with dance, theatre, music and more, all themed around mental health of youngsters and grown-ups. What’s more, from Tai Kwun Heritage, Look Left Look Right: Historical Signage presents a unique look at the history of the Central Police Station compound via preserved signage. Regular programmes such as Afternoon Series, Saturday Music at Laundry Steps and Sunday Movie Steps are also getting ready for you!