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If you're in downtown Hong Kong, treat yourself to an hour long double decker bus ride and see the south side of the Island en route to this unique museum. Very well done, and free. Stanley Market is within walking distance after the museum visit...More
If you are visiting Stanley Markets take time out to visit the Correctional Services Museum. It is free. It is about a 10 minute walk from the markets. You need to head up the hill towards Stanley Prison. There are a number of small galleries...More
This was an excellent museum. They salvaged as much as possible considering the prison went through a World War. All the information, artifacts and pictures provided enough information so you got the drift of what went on in the prison system. My husband retired from...More
This is a really great look at the local corrections service. A really amazing collection of artifacts and historical items. New recruits around training and learning to march...... a lost art.
They also sell its for collectors of law enforcement buffs. Well worth the 15...More
Only ten minutes from the village and bus station - just turn left after the old police station and head up Tung Tau Wan Road. The museum is open 10:00 - 17:00 hours Tuesday to Sunday and entry is free.
The ground floor mostly charts...More
This is a very interesting museum which is small and probably needs about 1 hour. The introductory video is quite long but worthwhile if you can manage to stand for that long - no seats for some reason. There is a great deal of information...More
This museum is nicely put together with static displays of old and new parts of the HK prison system. Surprisingly similar to correction museums I've seen in the US and other industrialized countries (I guess crooks are the same all over). The display on the...More