The Museum is made up of three main areas, namely the Reception area, the Redoubt, and the Historical Trail.

As a restored historical structure with extensive outdoor area, the Museum facilities are carefully designed to maintain a balance between visitors' comfort and preservation of historical relics. 


Visiting Rules

  • To ensure the safety of exhibits and for the benefit of other visitors, please do not use flash-light, other lighting devices, selfie sticks or tripods, and follow the photography and filming regulations of each exhibition hall.
  • Please do not write upon, mark, soil or damage any exhibit, installation, wall or facilities in the museum.
  • To keep the museum clean and tidy, please do not eat or drink beyond the designated areas. 
  • To maintain a quiet, safe and pleasant environment, please do not make excessive noise or otherwise cause danger or disturbance.    
  • Visitors must comply with the "Museums Regulation" (Cap. 132, section 105I) and any other rules enforced by the museum as and when required.  


Barrier-free Facilities

Barrier-free facilities and services are currently provided at the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence:

  • Designated car parking spaces for persons with disabilities
  • Tactile guide path and Braille and tactile floor plan at the reception hall and redoubt
  • Enquiries counter suitable for wheelchair users and assistive listening system at the reception hall
  • Accessible toilets at reception hall and redoubt
  • Braille and tactile markings and audible signal in passgenger lifts
  • Audio and visual signals of the emergency alarm system
  • Persons with disabilities can access to redoubt via lifts and ramps

Access Officer

You are welcome to contact Ms Natalie Leung, Assistant Curator I of the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence at 2569 1270 during office hours (9am to 1pm & 2pm to 6pm on Mon to Fri) or call the Duty Officer at 2569 1500 during non-office hours.