About the M+ Shop
Since our launch in November 2018, the M+ Shop has offered a wide assortment of M+ products, including gifts and home decor, clothing and accessories, stationery products, art books and exhibition catalogues.
The M+ Shop seeks to reimagine cultural retail through the lens of Hong Kong and aims to provide a truly unique retail experience in the region. We deliver a careful selection of product and content both in our store and online.
We are part of the fundamental foundation contributing to the sustainability of M+ exhibition and educational programmes.
The M+ Shop is located on the ground floor of the M+ Pavilion.
The M+ Pavilion is closed from 23 April for the replacement of exhibits, and is expected to re-open on 7 June, 2019.
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Visit the M+ Shop for our selection of unique merchandise. We ship online orders to most parts of the world. Shop your favourite products now!
M+ is a museum dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting visual art, design and architecture, moving image, and Hong Kong visual culture of the 20th and 21st centuries. In Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District, we are building one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary visual culture in the world, with a bold ambition to establish ourselves as one of the world’s leading cultural institutions. Our aim is to create a new kind of museum that reflects our unique time and place, a museum that builds on Hong Kong’s historic balance of the local and the international to define a distinctive and innovative voice for Asia’s 21st century.
ABOUT THE WEST KOWLOON CULTURAL DISTRICT
The West Kowloon Cultural District is one of the largest and most ambitious cultural projects in the world. Its vision is to create a vibrant new cultural quarter for Hong Kong on 40 hectares of reclaimed land located alongside Victoria Harbour. With a varied mix of theatres, performance spaces, and museums, the West Kowloon Cultural District will produce and host world-class exhibitions, performances, and cultural events, providing 23 hectares of public open space, including a two-kilometre waterfront promenade.