Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum

Guiding the world’s largest nation out of thousands of years of monarchic rule and transforming it into a republic was no small feat, which makes the museum dedicated to the man responsible for doing this even more fascinating. Dr Sun Yat-sen was educated in Hong Kong, and the city served as his base for the 18 years that led up to him officially declaring the Republic of China in 1912.

Housed in the restored Kom Tong Hall (now a declared monument) the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum relives the epoch-making accomplishments of this extraordinary revolutionary, offering exhibition galleries that trace his life and close relationship with Hong Kong.

Take the Central to Mid-Levels Escalator to Caine Road, then turn right and walk westwards for approximately 5 minutes
Opening Hours:
Monday to Wednesday, Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10:00am – 7:00pm Christmas Eve and Chinese New Year’s Eve: 10:00am – 5:00pm Closed on Thursdays (except public holidays, the anniversaries of Dr Sun’s birth on 12 November and death on 12 March), and the first two days of the Chinese New Year