Admission to the Museum is FREE.
LOCATION & ADMISSION
University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong
90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Please enter the Museum via the ground floor of the Fung Ping Shan Building.
To visit the Shop, please go to ground floor of the T.T. Tsui Building.
Car park spaces inside the Main Campus are under the management of Wilson Parking (Holding) Limited. The undesignated spaces are open for use by the general public, staff members, students, alumni and contractors (in so far as they have observed the rules including payment). Please click HERE for more information.
UMAG is accessible for wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. Disabled users are encouraged to contact the Museum at +852 2241 5500 for immediate advice as routes (PDF) or pathways around the Museum can be complicated.
40 Wan Chai (North) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Wah Fu (North)
40M Wan Chai (North)↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Wah Fu (North)
New World First Bus
23 North Point Ferry Pier → HKU East Gate → Pokfield Road
The Kowloon Motor Bus Company Limited
103 Chuk Yuen Estate Bus Terminus↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Pokfield Road Bus Terminus
🚐By Minibus (Green)
8 Central (Exchange Square) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Near Baguio Villa Block 17
22 Central (Exchange Square) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Pok Fu Lam Gardens
22s Central (Central Ferry Pier) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Pok Fu Lam Gardens
10 Causeway Bay (Jaffe Road) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Cyberport Public Transport Interchange
31 Causeway Bay (Jaffer Road) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔Tin Wan Estate
28 Causeway Bay (Sun Wui Road) ↔ HKU East Gate ↔ Baguio Villa (Upper) Minibus Terminus
Nearest Station: Water Street Station (300m)
Nearest Station: HKU Station (Exit: A1)
Please pass the following message to the taxi driver:
The museum is closed on Mondays, Public and University Holidays.
Some areas of the Fung Ping Shan Building will remain closed until further notice due to continued renovation work. Selected galleries of the Fung Ping Shan Building and the T.T. Tsui Building will remain open for special exhibitions.
Public and University Holidays for 2021
|24 December||Christmas Eve|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
|26 December||The first Sunday after Christmas Day|
|27 December||The first weekday after Christmas Day|
|31 December pm||New Year’s Eve|
Holidays for 2022
|1 January||The first day of January|
|31 January pm (from 1pm)||Lunar New Year’s Eve|
|1 February||Lunar New Year’s Day|
|2 February||The second day of the Lunar New Year|
|3 February||The third day of the Lunar New Year|
|16 March||HKU Foundation Day|
|5 April||Ching Ming Festival|
|15 April||Good Friday|
|16 April||The day following Good Friday|
|18 April||Easter Monday|
|2 May||The day following Labour Day|
|9 May||The day following the Birthday of the Buddha|
|3 June||Tuen Ng Festival|
|1 July||HKSAR Establishment Day|
|12 September||The second day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival|
|1 October||National Day|
|4 October||Chung Yeung Festival|
|24 December||Christmas Eve|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
|26 December||The first weekday after Christmas Day|
|27 December||The second weekday after Christmas Day|
|31 December pm (from 1pm)||New Year’s Eve|
MUSEUM FLOOR PLAN
The University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG) reopens on Tuesday, 3 May.
In the interest of public health, UMAG will adopt the following measures :
- Except for exempted persons*, all museum visitors are required to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” QR code and comply with the requirement of the Vaccine Pass^ before entering UMAG via the G/F Fung Ping Shan Building entrance. (*Exempted persons include those who are aged below 12 and not accompanied by an adult, aged 65 or above, those with disability, and other persons recognised by the Government or organisation(s) authorised by the Government.)
- A temperature check will be conducted upon entry.
- Visitors are required to properly wear their face mask at all times. They are advised to wash their hands and use the hand sanitizer and sink available at the entrance.
- Crowd control measures will be in place; UMAG reserves the right to limit the number of visitors.
- Children under 12 can only enter the museum when accompanied by an adult.
- Disability access is available upon request. Please contact the museum at (852) 2241 5500 three working days prior to your visit.
- Persons aged 18 or above will need to have received third doses of COVID-19 vaccine unless they have taken the second dose for less than 5 months.
- Children aged 12 to 17 who have received their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine for less than 5 months, they can still use the Vaccine Pass. If they have received their second dose for at least 5 months, they are required to receive a third dose to continue to use the Vaccine Pass.
- Children aged 5 to 11 who have received the first dose of the vaccine for more than 3 months must receive the second dose of the vaccine. If they are still within 3 months from receiving the first dose, they must receive the second dose before the end of the 3-month period.
- Red Code: confirmed cases – not allowed to enter all premises to which the Vaccine Pass applies.
- Amber Code: Inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan – not allowed to enter premises subject to “active checking” of the Vaccine Pass in the capacity of a customer or visitor.
- Children under 5 years of age
- Recovered persons previously infected with COVID-19 and within 6 months from recovery. See recovery record QR code here.
- Persons with a certified medical exemption
- Inbound travellers: Arrived in Hong Kong within six months and holding the Provisional Vaccine Pass. Details please click here.
To expedite the process of admission, please download and install the “LeaveHomeSafe”, “iAM Smart” or “eHealth” mobile app in advance and/or store the QR code of a COVID-19 vaccination record or COVID-19 vaccination medical exemption certificate in the app, or carry a paper copy of their COVID-19 vaccination record and/or COVID-19 vaccination medical exemption certificate printed with an encrypted QR code for scanning by museum staff.
UMAG will continue to assess the situation and adjust the relevant preventive measures as necessary.
ADVERSE WEATHER ARRANGEMENT
- Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above
UMAG will be closed and remain closed if the signal is lowered less than 3 hours before the normal closing time.
- Black Rainstorm Warning Signal
If the signal is issued during the normal opening hours, UMAG will remain open. If the signal is issued before the opening hours, UMAG will be closed until the signal is cancelled. If the signal is cancelled less than 3 hours before the normal closing time, UMAG will remain closed.
Arrangements of Museum Programmes
Under the situations as listed below:
a) Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 (or above) is hoisted; or
b) Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 will be issued within two hours as announced by the Hong Kong Observatory; or
c) “Extreme conditions” after super typhoons are in force (announced by the Government before the Hong Kong Observatory replaces Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 with Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3); or
d) Red or Black Rainstorm Signal is in force
I. The following arrangements will apply:
For on-site programmes* not yet started
|If any of the warnings or announcements is hoisted or in force at or after 6:00 am||All programmes commencing before 2:00 pm will be cancelled automatically.|
|If any of the warnings or announcements is hoisted or in force at or after 11:00 am||All programmes commencing at any time from
2:00 pm and before 6:00 pm will be cancelled automatically.
|If any of the warnings or announcements is hoisted or in force at or after 3:00 pm||All programmes commencing from 6:00 pm onward will be cancelled automatically.|
For on-site programmes* already started
|When Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above is hoisted or the No. 8 Signal will be issued within two hours as announced by the Hong Kong Observatory, or “extreme conditions” are in force||All programmes will be suspended immediately.
|When Red or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted||All programmes, except those held outdoors, will continue.
For outdoor activities, the responsible staff members on the spot should suspend the activities immediately, ensure that all participants are taken to a safe place, and remain there until it is safe for them to return home.
II. Online programmes
Unless otherwise advised by the organisers, all online activities will continue as scheduled under all weather conditions (including situations (a) to (d) listed above).
Cancelled programmes will be postponed or fees refunded. Programme fees (if any) will be refunded only if there are more than half of the class time left to the original finishing time. UMAG will inform the participants of the arrangement as soon as possible.
When Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 or Amber Rainstorm Signal is in force, it should be assumed that all programmes will be held as scheduled unless an announcement to the contrary has been made by UMAG.
*Refer to, but not limited to guided tours (public or scheduled), workshops, talks, demonstration.
REQUEST GROUP TOUR
Museum curators and volunteers are available to provide guided museum tours for groups of up to seven people. Tours of collection highlights and special exhibitions may be scheduled in English, Cantonese and Putonghua during regular opening hours.
School groups and members of the general public are invited to book customised tours in which guides introduce art and culture to a specific age or interest group. Visitors can also enjoy the exclusive and intimate experience of touring the Museum in private. Corporate clients routinely utilise after-hours tours for corporate entertaining.
We welcome tour groups and ask tourism professionals to make arrangements by contacting the Programme Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or +852 2219 4514.