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Flagstaff House (Cotton Tree Drive, Central)

Flagstaff House in Hong Kong Park Central is the oldest existing Western building in Hong Kong. Built in 1846 for Major General George Charles D'Aguilar, it was formerly known as Headquarters House. The building was renamed Flagstaff House around 1932 and remained the office and residence of the Commander of British Forces until 1978. It now houses the Museum of Tea Ware displaying Chinese teaware and related material of different periods.

Flagstaff House

Address

Cotton Tree Drive, Central (Plan)
Virtual Heritage Explorer

Opening Hours

10:00am – 6:00pm daily
Closed at 5:00pm on Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve
Closed on Tuesday (except Public Holidays) and on the first two days of Lunar New Year




Transport

MTR
Admiralty Station


The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.

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