The Shanghuan Cultural and Recreational Center is located on Queen's Avenue and Shanghuan Municipal Center. On the ground floor is the vegetable market. On the top floor are various literary and artistic groups in Hong Kong, such as Hong Kong Dance Troupe, Hong Kong Drama Troupe, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and badminton hall. The sixth floor of the entertainment center is the exhibition hall, but when I entered, I did not open the door, nor did I find the sign that said when the meeting would be held. I just saw some old photos of Hong Kong in the hall corridor.
The Shanghuan Cultural and Recreational Center is located on the sixth floor of the exhibition hall. This is a cultural venue managed by the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department. There are theatres, exhibition halls, lecture halls, rehearsal halls, dance practice rooms, art rooms, music practice rooms and other facilities in the center. The exhibition hall is available for rent, suitable for holding community activities, reception, art and photography exhibitions, commodity display and so on.
The Shanghuan Recreation Center and the Shanghuan Municipal Building are in the same building. From the G-2 floor, the Shanghuan Street Market is where residents buy vegetables. Above the fourth floor is the Shanghuan Cultural and Recreational Center, where are the offices and rehearsals of Hong Kong Drama Troupe, Dance Troupe, Recreation Department, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and other cultural organizations. In and out are some artistic talents.
After visiting the renovated Shanghuan Street Market, you can see people coming in and out and the name is quite literary and artistic. There are many departments related to culture. There is a small exhibition just in time. You can have a small visit about ancient China.
There is indeed an exhibition hall on the 6th floor of Hong Kong's Shanghuan Cultural and Recreational Centre, but there are no other exhibitions besides black and white old photographs of some parts of Hong Kong in the corridor. Find the website of the Hong Kong government and claim that the 360 square meters exhibition hall is available for rent and suitable for holding community activities, art exhibitions and so on.
The scenery is pleasant, adults and children like it, let people linger and forget to return. It's worth going.
Hong Kong's cultural and artistic market is very prosperous and there are many exhibitions.
You can go and see it, but it's not very big. You can go and see it when you have time.
The exhibition hall is so big that it took nearly two hours to walk with the visitors.