Art and Heritage Appreciation Tour


Asia Society Hong Kong Centre has particularly organised “Art and Heritage appreciation” docent-led tour during the Hong Kong Museum Festival. Our docent will be introducing and showing the participants not only the revitalised buildings at the centre, but also the public artworks. Participants will be appreciating artworks of different styles at the oasis of the city. 

For tour registration, please send your name and contact number to at least two days in advance.


This tour will be conducted in Cantonese only.  此導賞團將以粵語進行

Heritage Site Tours for Schools and NGOs

Take a guided tour of Asia Society Hong Kong Center, which is the former explosives magazine compound of the old Victoria Barracks built by the British Army in the mid-19th century. During the docent-led tour, the group will have the opportunity to explore and learn about the history of the site and its transformation by the two internationally renowned, award-winning American architects, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien (TWBTA), into a leading arts and culture institution in Hong Kong.

The group will discover the different features of the site, both natural and man-made, as well as the different measures employed to conserve and preserve the site’s historical significance, through its unique and distinctive architectural design.

For school visits, a comprehensive worksheet is available on request, which aims to help students to better understand the concept of heritage conservation in Hong Kong. This worksheet allows the students to further explore and discuss their findings in the classroom after the visit.

Tours take approximately 30 minutes, after which groups may explore the site by themselves. 

Please click here to find out how to book a visit.

Art Tours at the Chantal Miller Gallery

Every Saturday and Sunday, docent-led tours in English and Cantonese will be led for our upcoming exhibitions, A Story of Light: Hon Chi-fun and Yukaloo by James Turrell. Please click "Gallery Guided Tours" on the exhibition web page for more information.

To learn more about the Gallery Tours for Schools and NGOs, click here.

For more information on tour arrangements for adverse weather, please click here.