PMQ - Creative Hub

This venue is a heritage site located at the soho area of Central.
In 1889, this site was used to be the original campus of the Central School.
This was the first school providing a Western education to Chinese students.

In 1951, this site became the Police Married Quarters to cope with the expansion of the Hong Kong Police Force.
In 2014, this site was transformed into a hub for creative entrepreneurs, with the old accommodation units transformed into shops, offices and galleries.
It is now a popular venue for art and design exhibitions, music performances and other art-related events.
These exhibitions are free to public.

The venue also holds a night market sometimes.
The night market features some live band shows, food kiosks and product design stalls.

Other attractions at venue are the historical remnants of the heritage site.
The foundations of the school and the main entrance of the quarters are still remains in good condition nowadays.

To reach this place, exit off Sheung Wan MTR Station Exit E2, and walks through the Grand Millennium Plaza to reach Bonham Strand.
Cross the road and turn left onto Wellington Street and walks for around 2 minutes.
Turn onto Aberdeen Street and walks for about 3 minutes.

Location: PMQ
Address: 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong

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