Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum
41 Tonkin Street
Sham Shui Po
(852) 2386 2863
This is a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of History. It is the site where a four chambered Han tomb is preserved. This tomb was discovered in 1955 during the construction of the Lei Cheng Uk Resettlement Area when fifty-eight items were excavated.
According to the structure, tomb findings, the calligraphy and content of the inscriptions on tomb bricks, it is believed that the tomb was built in the Eastern Han dynasty (25-220AD). The tomb is the earliest preserved architecture in Hong Kong and since 1988 it has been declared a gazette monument to be permanently preserved.
Mon - Wed, Fri & Sat 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm;
Sun and public holidays 1pm - 6pm. Closed : Thursdays and some public holidays. Admission Free