This website provides you with online information about our heritage conservation work. It also serves as a platform and digital store for all heritage-related information.
The "Virtual Heritage Explorer" project provides 360-degree cubical panorama for about 60 historic buildings and sites.
A database featuring various archaeological findings in Hong Kong. Photos, artefacts information and interactive 360-degree viewing of selected collection items are now made accessible online.
The Antiquities and Monuments Office of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department protects and preserves Hong Kong's best monuments, including historical buildings and archaeological relics, etc. Learn more about its mission and activities here. You can also find information about the Heritage Trails in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre is set up to present and explain the conservation work of Hong Kong's archaeological and built heritage to enhance the public's understanding and enjoyment of the valued heritage.
Converted from the Old Ping Shan Police Station built in 1899, the Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery cum Heritage Trail Visitors Centre introduces local folk culture and heritage along the Trail. Find out more information here.
The Antiquities and Monuments Office set up several Heritage Trails in Hong Kong. The Trails link up historic buildings and sites, enabling travellers to have a better understanding of the history and development of different districts over the past centuries.