Victoria Park

Queen Victoria
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Victoria Park has an area of over 19 hectares and known as the largest park in Hong Kong. The park was opened to the public in October 1957. It was named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, wherein her large bronze statue is seated at the main entrance of the park.

It has several free facilities to use, such as basketball courts, children’s play area, soccer pitches, jogging trail, fitness stations, model boat pool, pebble walking trail, central lawn and so much more. There is also an “Arts Corner” located in the South Pavilion Plaza of  Victoria Park, where several stalls sell handicraft items and provide services like photography, calligraphy and painting. Annual events are also being held here, some famous occasions include the Hong Kong Brands and Products Expo, Lunar New Year Fair and Hong Kong Flower Show.

Victoria Park is located in Causeway Bay, Eastern District of Hong Kong. It can easily be reached by MTR (Causeway Bay Station or Tin Hau Station) and by bus. Admission is free and open 24 hours a day.

Please check out the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department, for more information regarding other facilities, programmes & schemes, and leisure services.

Victoria Park
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