HK 3D Museum, the first ever 3D art gallery in Hong Kong, is set to open on July 7, 2014 at Tsim Sha Tsui East, in Kowloon. The museum is housed within a 10,000-square feet exhibition space in Hilton Tower at Granville Road.
The museum features over 70 three-dimensional artworks depicting scenes in Hong Kong and around the world. The exhibition area is divided in five different zones: Modern Hong Kong, Hong Kong Memories, Chinese Culture, Love Journey, and Imaginary Wonderland. The artworks will be updated regularly.
The paintings at HK 3D Museum were created using trompe l'oeil techniques that give the illusion of depth and dimensionality to the artworks. Apart from simply enjoying the visual feast, the paintings encourage visitor interaction, allowing them to have their photos taken while posing so that they look as if they are part of the original work.
HK 3D Museum is located at 1/F Hilton Tower, 96 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is open to the public from 10am to 10pm, daily. Ticket prices: $149(Adult), $100( Children and elderly above 65).
Hong Kong 3D Museum was closed on 24th June 2016 and has reopened as Disney Themed 4D Magical World on 1st July 2016. The attraction, which is operated by Trendyland Studio (HK) Limited, is open from 10am to 10pm daily. The museum features ten Disney-themed zones in which visitors can pose for photos with Disney characters and backgrounds. Admission is HK$168 for adults and HK$120 for children (3-11) and seniors age 65 and over.