Heritage Site Tour
Take a closer look at the thoughtful conservation and adaptive reuse of the former British military structures. Guided tours are led by volunteers of Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
The next public tour will be held on:
Sunday 17 February 2019
Fee: Free of charge
Duration: 40 minutes approximately
Maximum 20 people per tour
For tours registration, please send your name and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two days in advance. For walk in, please arrive our reception at least 15 min before the tour schedule.
*Places are limited and are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
*Asia Society Hong Kong Center reserves the right to make the final decision without prior notice.
For enquiries, please email us at email@example.com.
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
Join our next art docent tours for the current exhibition. Please click here 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.