“One of several good (free) attractions found within the grounds of Hong Kong Park”
When visiting Hong Kong Park in the Central district area, you might want to stop by the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware (free entrance). This building is actually the oldest standing western building in Hong Kong. It has been well maintained and is a historically charming place to enter and admire.
Within the Flagstaff House there are around ten rooms, on two floors, which have been setup as galleries dedicated to various aspects of Chinese tea, tea drinking and tea ware. This might not sound terribly exciting to some but the rooms are well laid out and information presented in a visitor friendly way. You can stroll through in as little as 15 minutes or so or stay an hour or two to watch some of the videos and admire the tea ware on display. There is a children's room to help entertain the younger crowd as well as well as a gift shop inside.
We particularly like the contemporary tea ware sets that are display in the upstairs rooms. There you can see some very interesting, creative and imaginative tea sets.
Overall, while not a world-class collection, this is a free entry museum housed in an important historical building, Flagstaff House, located in the best city park you will find on Hong Kong island. Basically, its not something most plan to see when visiting HK but its a good stop, one that doesn't take much time and can potentially be well enjoyed by those that find themselves in Hong Kong Park.
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