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As Asia’s first global museum of modern and contemporary visual culture, M+ is an almost 70,000 sqm venue space within the iconic landmark – West Kowloon Cultural District, blessed with awe-inspiring 270-degree views of Victoria Harbour. Get a sumptuous experience of contemporary visual arts at the M+ galleries displaying 20th and 21st century artworks.

M+’s versatile spaces double up as dazzling venues for events of any size. Large-sized groups can organise cocktail parties or gala dinners at the architectural Main Hall or head to the Horizon Terrace for corporate gatherings overlooking the Hong Kong’s mesmerising skyline.

Grand in both name and nature, the Grand Stairs offers stunning harbour view, is excellent for forums and corporate events while the Learning hub with floor-to-ceiling windows are suitable for breakout sessions and small-scale events. Why not hire the museum on Mondays when it is closed to the public, to fully indulge your large group with a private and exclusive experience in the treasure trove of modern art.

Horizon Terrace

Stage your cocktail reception, banquet or networking party here to give event delegates a 180-degree view of the Hong Kong Island skyline to marvel at and talk about. This ground-level public area of M+ can accommodate events for about 900 guests standing.

Learning Hub

The Learning Hub extending from the ground level to the UG floor of M+ offers six breakout rooms, for holding inspirational forums, workshops or event breakout sessions for up to 150 people.

Grand Stair

A unique architectural feature of the M+, the Grand Stair overlooking Victoria Harbour is much more than a stairway to art nirvana. It is also a multi-purpose event venue suitable for forums, film-showing and corporate events for about 500 people.


West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon