Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday & public holidays:10am – 6pm
Mid-Autumn Festival, Christmas Eve & Lunar New Year’s Eve:10am – 4pm
Mondays (except public holidays) & the first three days of the Lunar New Year:Closed



Service For Reservation Fee
Public Visit Individuals or groups with 15 visitors or less No Free
Public Guided Tour (Cantonese /English / Mandarin) * Individuals No Free
Group Visit
(Without Guided Tour Service)
Groups with 16 to 30 visitors from schools, charities, NGOs Yes Free
Guided Tour Service Groups with 10 to 30 visitors Yes Charged
School Guided Tour
(Provided by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant:
Mei Ho House Hong Kong Spirit Learning Project)
Primary or Secondary Students Yes Charged


Public Facilities

  • Garden 41
  • Front Courtyard
  • Back Courtyard
  • Public Washrooms

(Remark: The public facilities will be temporarily closed every Monday until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience caused!)

For the convenience of people with different needs, Mei Ho House offers the following facilities, and guide dogs are welcome.

  • Accessible Washrooms
  • Lifts
  • Tactile Signage
  • Tactile Guide Path

Please contact our staff if you have any questions or need assistance during your visit.


Getting Here

Sham Shui Po Station Exit B2: Walk along Pei Ho Street towards Shek Kip Mei, go through the pedestrian subway, turn left and then go straight, walk along the ramp of Barwick Street to Mei Ho House.

Shek Kip Mei Station Exit A2: Walk along Woh Chai Street to Pak Tin Street, turn left and go straight to Berwick Street, then walk up the ramp on the right-hand side to Mei Ho House

Via Woh Chai Street: KMB Routes 2D, 6D, 104 (KMB/NWFB)
Via Nam Cheong Street: KMB Routes 2B, 2E, 2F, 86, 86A, 86C, 87B, 214
Via Tai Po Road: KMB Routes 72, 81
Via Pei Ho Street: KMB Routes 6, 6C

Car parking is not available at YHA Mei Ho House Youth Hostel. If you are driving, you are recommended to use the Shek Kip Mei Estate car park which is located at Woh Chai Street, about 3-minute walk from Mei Ho House