Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum
Time Out says
Declared monument located in Sham Shui Po of a preserved tomb from the Eastern Han dynasty.
Discovered in 1955 during construction works, the declared monument is believed to be a tomb built in the Eastern Han dynasty (AD 25-220). Though the actual tomb is closed to the public for conservation reason, you can still get a pretty clear view of the tomb structure through a glass panel. Pop over the exhibition hall next door to see pottery and bronze wares excavated from the tomb, and learn more about the history behind the monument.
If you're spending the day in Sham Shui Po, check out our map and itinerary for the cultural enthusiast here.
41 Tonkin St, Sham Shui Po
|Transport:||MTR Sham Shui Po Station, Exit A3.|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed, Fri to Sun 10am-6pm (closed on Thursdays except public holidays)|