Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is the only gallery you have to visit when traveling to KL. Especially for those who rarely get to this capital.
The Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is a showcase of Kuala Lumpur history, culture, arts, architecture, heritage and life through photos. The gallery itself is located at a heritage building, the 115-year old Government Printing Office designed by the famed architect A.C Norman, based on the neo-Renaissance style that is representative of most colonial buildings during its time.
The gallery is divided into two floors; ground floor, known as A.C. Norman floor, and first floor, known as J. Russell floor. Beginning at the entrance, visitors will be greeted by the tourist information centre, which provides a load of information on Kuala Lumpur and includes a large map to show visitors places of interest. Brochures are provided for free. Visitors will find their way to the so-called ?Newseum?, which features heavily on the history of Kuala Lumpur, its founding, economy and resources that led it in becoming the centre of administration for the British government, and its development towards modernity.
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is the only gallery you have to visit when traveling to KL. Especially for those who rarely get to this capital. Here, your family can view galleries related to KL's past, history, present and future. There are also many miniature models of iconic locations around KL. If you have time, take just 10 minutes to watch the show about KL city which is very interesting to watch.