PREVIOUS PUBLIC OPEN DAYS
The Commissioner for Heritage's Office of Development Bureau (DEVB) has arranged 25 open days at King Yin Lei on the weekends and the holidays of Easter and Labour Day from 2 April to 8 May 2011, on the three weekends from 3 to 18 December 2011 (Heritage Fiesta December 2011) and on the two weekends from 6 to 14 October 2012, for the public to appreciate the architectural features, heritage value and restoration process of this declared monument. About 42,300 visitors have joined these open days. DEVB is much encouraged by the overwhelming response to the open days, which illustrates the public's appreciation and support of Government's heritage conservation work. Information on these open days is available at the following links:
||(This link will open in a new window)Open Day Pamphlet|
||Documentary "Restoring King Yin Lei"|
||Summary of Public Views collected during the Open Days in April/May 2011|
Apart from the above, further open days have also been held in April, June, July, August, October, November and December of 2013. There were totally 24,283 visitors participated in 14 days of the open days.
For checking the announcements of future open days, please visit our website at the following link:
|Events and Promotions|