Wan Chai Livelihood Museum
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85 Stone Nullah Lane · interesting places nearby
Wan Chai Livelihood Museum information
Established by local residents and cultural enthusiasts, this small museum in the historic Blue House (so known as it is a house and it’s blue) celebrates local life over the decades in the tenement buildings around here, particularly the local handicrafts and small-scale factories once busy in the area (and in some cases still clinging on). There’s also a small selection of local souvenirs.