Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum has two permanent exhibitions displaying a number of precious historical artefacts.
Supplemented by a wide range of audiovisual programmes, the Museum gives a comprehensive overview of the life and career of Dr Sun, and Hong Kong's vital role in the reform movements and revolutionary activities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum is a museum in Hong Kong.It is located in Kom Tong Hall , at 7 Castle Road, Central.
After the preparation work undertaken by the Hong Kong Museum of History, the museum was opened on December 12, 2006, so as to commemorate the 140th birthday of the influential Chinese statesman.
His activities mainly focused in the Central and Western District, including the College of Medicine for Chinese at 81 Hollywood Road where Dr Sun received his tertiary education, and Qian Heng Hang at 13 Staunton Street where he set up the headquarters of the Xing Zhong Hui..