Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum is re-opened now. To help ensure public safety, special arrangements and precautionary measures are implemented. Reading Room and Activity Room are temporarily closed.
The four-storey Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum occupies a total floor area of about 2,560 square metres. Apart from the permanent and special exhibition galleries, there are reading room, video rooms, interactive room and activity room. The various facilities have been specially designed to strike a balance between the convenience of the public and the preservation of the historic structure.
Currently, barrier-free facilities and services provided at the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum are:
"Smart City Walk" in Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum – Enjoying Barrier-free Visit Experience
"Smart City Walk" is a mobile application for navigation produced by Hong Kong Blind Union under the "Jockey Club Smart City Walk Project". By applying different navigating technologies such as beacon and Wi-Fi, the app shows current location of the users and provides navigation to destination through audio and text navigation instructions. It also provides floor plan and important information of the indoor venues. It's free to download!
Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum is one of the venue partners of "Smart City Walk" to bring barrier-free visit experience to the public.
Download on the App Store:
Get it on Google Play:
You are welcome to contact Mr Sunny Chan, Assistant Curator I (Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum) of the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum at 3580 6776 during office hours (9:15am to 1pm & 2pm to 6pm on Mon to Fri) or call the Duty Officer at 2367 6737 during non-office hours.