Most of Hong Kong’s museums charge an entrance fee, but you can't put a price on knowledge. Some, however, are free all year round (see our cover feature on page 10). So if it’s too hot outside, take climate controlled cover in our city’s museums this summer. Start with the 400 million years explored in the Hong Kong Museum of History, bursting with exhibits on prehistoric Hong Kong, the Opium Wars, the Japanese occupation and local folk culture. $10.
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An Age of Luxury: The Assyrians to Alexander
After loaning a dozen mummies to the Museum of History last summer, the British Museum returns with an exhibition showcasing luxury goods from 900 to 300 BC. This rare collection highlights more than 200 artefacts crafted by the Assyrians, Babylonians,...Until Monday September 3 2018