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Hong Kong's first permanent planning and infrastructure gallery opened
Aug 19, 2012
The City Gallery is the first planning and infrastructure gallery in Hong Kong. It is a unique exhibition venue featuring Hong Kong’s major planning proposals and infrastructure projects. It also shows us our city’s future development outlook.
The City Gallery was formerly known as the Hong Kong Planning and Infrastructure Exhibition Gallery which was opened in 2002. The former gallery, originally located on the ground floor of the City Hall Annex Building, was closed in April 2009 for refurbishment and expansion. During the closure of the building for such works, the gallery was relocated to the ground floor of the Murray Road Multi-storey Car Park Building to maintain continuous services to the public.
The City Gallery has launched a website to provide a platform for information exchange. The website provides interactive information on the gallery and its permanent and thematic exhibitions, and allows online registration and tour bookings. Information on the first thematic exhibit, 'Unique Hong Kong in Miniature', is now available. For details, visit www.citygallery.gov.hk