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by: The Beat Asia
September 16, 2022
The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority announced that the M+ Museum will begin charging visitors for admission fees starting Nov. 12, ending a one-year waiver for entrance tickets.
Starting from the date of the museum’s first anniversary, visitors must purchase tickets in advance to access all exhibitions, except for the ground floor “Hong Kong: Here and Beyond” showing.
General admission tickets are priced at HK$120 for adults, and HK$60 for concessionary tickets. The Museum is celebrating their first anniversary with a special exhibition, featuring Japanese artist Yayoi Kusuma. Tickets to view “Yayoi Kusuma: 1945 to Now” are priced at HK$240 for adults and HK$150 for concession.
From Oct. 13, visitors can purchase general admission tickets online from Nov. 12, 2022, to January 2023 to view “Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now.”
Visitors can still book free admission tickets from now until Nov. 11.
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