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The Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum is located on Tung Tau Wan Road.
The Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum is located on Tung Tau Wan Road. The museum has recently been extensively renovated with 10 galleries including a mock gallows, two replicas of prison cells and more than 600 separate exhibits including historical documents, photographs and artifacts from the history of Hong Kong's prison system. An annex also displays examples of products made by prisoners at the nearby Stanley Prison. The museum is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm except on Mondays and public holidays. Admission is free.
Further along the western side of the peninsula is St Stephens Beach, about a 10 minute walk down Wong Ma Kok Road
Stanley Main Beach lies on the other side of the peninsula to the promenade, but is only about five minutes' walk from the Stanley Markets
The Hong Kong Maritime Museum can be found on the ground floor of Murray House
Murray House is one of Hong Kong's oldest colonial buildings
Stanley Ma Hang Park is a recent addition to Stanley's attractions, and was opened in January 2011
18th-century Hakka village house
Ocean Park is a huge oceanarium
Exhibits firefighting stuff
Despite its dry title, this museum is worth a visit if you enjoy military history