Our building

The Hong Kong Public Records Building at 13 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon was opened in 1997 as the first purpose-built archival facility in Hong Kong. It is constructed and equipped to meet international standards for the preservation of records that hold archival value. Our welcoming public areas include a large working reference room, an exhibition hall and a search room equipped with computers for access to the extensive archival collection. We hold the memory of Hong Kong - come visit and remember!

Hong Kong Public Records Building

Public Programme and Services Areas - G/F

Entrance
Lobby

Public Programme and Services Areas - 1/F

Reference Services Counter

Finding Aids Area

Central Preservation Library

Search Room

Public Programme and Services Areas - 2/F

Exhibition Hall

Lecture Room

Offices and Work Areas (appraisal & accessioning) - 3-4/F

Office and Work Areas
(Appraisal & accessioning)

Records Conservation and Preservation Areas - 5/F

Dark Room

Government Microfilm Centre

Microfilming Workshops

Conservation Workshops

Archive Repositories - 6-9/F

Paper Repositories

Electronic Records Repositories

Microfilm Repositories

Photographic Material Repositories

Records Conservation and Preservation Areas - 10/F

Laboratory

Fumigation Chamber