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|“Declared Monuments of the University of Hong Kong” Docent Service
As the oldest tertiary education institution in Hong Kong, the University of Hong Kong has many monuments in the campus. Docents will lead participants on a walk along the following monuments: Main Building, Hung Hing Ying Building, Fung Ping Shan Building, Tang Chi Ngong Building, Eliot Hall and May Hall (route may change under actual circumstances), and introduce the history and architectural merits of the buildings.
Docent Service for Groups
Only for local registered charitable organizations, non-profit-making institutions, kindergartens, primary / secondary / special schools, post-secondary institutions and universities. Free of charge.
No. of visitors for each session: Min. 15, Max. 30.
Application Form and Details
Docent service for groups: 2208 4406
Office hours: Monday to Friday (9:30am - 12:30pm, 2:30 - 5:30pm)
Special Arrangements of Education Activities under Inclement Weather Conditions
Notes to Visitors
- Protect the historical relics. Respect university staff and students. When visiting the University of Hong Kong, please lower your voice and keep the place clean.
- Not all of the declared monuments in the university are open to the public.
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