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A wide variety of education facilities are provided in the LegCo Complex to facilitate visitors to understand LegCo’s operation.

Memory Lane
Video Corner

Adjacent to the main entrance, the Video Corner is visitors’ first stop in the Complex. The low wooden benches in the semi-enclosed area offer visitors a comfortable environment to watch a series of video introducing the work of LegCo and the facilities of the LegCo Complex.

Video Corner
Visitors’ Sharing Area

Next to the Video Corner is the Visitors’ Sharing Area, which is specially designed for visitors to express their inspiration after visiting the LegCo Complex. The Sharing Area is installed with user-friendly electronic writing devices so that visitors can easily share their thoughts about their visit experience in the LegCo Complex by leaving messages at the message stations. The messages will be instantly displayed on the screen on the timber wall at the Sharing Area.

Visitors’ Sharing Area
Exhibition Area

The Exhibition Area is located at the Main Lobby of the Complex. Exhibition panels on the theme of “Knowing your LegCo” and photos from 1880 are displayed. The panels feature the work of LegCo and Members, as well as how the public may participate in Council business. Moreover, a new photo-taking spot which design models on the President's podium and Members' desks is staged. The public are welcome to visit the Exhibition Area to learn more about the work of LegCo.

Exhibition Area
Exhibition Area
Children’s Corner

The Children’s Corner is an education activity room to provide children between the age of three and eight with a leisurely and authentic environment to experience the Legislature through books, interactive games and learning kits. Story-telling sessions will be conducted during schools visits and on weekends for young children and their family members. For more details, please visit "About the Children's Corner".

Children’s Corner
Memory Lane

Complemented by old photographs, memorable items, replica of documents of significance and with iconic representations as a prelude, synopsis of historical moments of the Legislature since its establishment in 1843 are shown in the Memory Lane on the 3/F of the Council Block. Walking along the Memory Lane is the shortest, yet best way for grasping the history and milestones of our Legislature.

Memory Lane Figure1
Memory Lane Figure2
Memory Lane Figure2
Education Activities Room

The multi-purpose Education Activities Room on the 3/F of the Council Block can be formed as a setting similar to that of the Chamber for role-plays on the work of LegCo and mock Council debates for visitors from schools and non-profit-making youth organizations to participate.

Education Activities Room
Education Galleries

Two Education Galleries are built on the 3/F of the Council Block to allow visitors to have an overlook of the Chamber. Partitioned by glass panels, visitors can observe the proceedings of Council meetings and even hold discussions in the Education Galleries without interrupting the meetings underway in the Chamber.

Education Galleries