Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, Hong Kong
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Learn about the history of tea and its cultural significance at Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, situated in the oldest colonial-style building in Hong Kong. Besides the fascinating architecture, the museum is home to various antique teapots, bowls, and trays, made out of porcelain or purple clay. View exhibits about the tea drinking ceremony, with explanations both in Chinese and English, and see the interactive displays showcasing the history of tea in China. Visit the cafe for some freshly brewed local tea, or purchase quality tea and accessories at the shop. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and many more Hong Kong attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Hong Kong holiday planner.
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香港公園內, 前身是駐香港英軍三軍總司令的官邸, 建築本身很有特色, 很適合拍照, 文物館免費入場, 內裡展出很多茶具, 如果有興趣亦可以到旁邊品茶地方飲茶及吃點心
Located inside HK park in the former residence of the chief of British military. The building itself is interesting if one can imagine the life style of a British military officer when HK was a Britis... read more »
這是香港唯一一間博物館介紹茶具, 其建築物很有英國殖民地色彩。 對於不喜好荼具的遊客來說也可以來逛逛,會長知識的。
If you love tea then you'll love this museum. They have the full history of tea here explained through exhibits of ancient tea paraphernalia. There are some instructional videos to watch as well. I liked the one on the proper way to prepare oolong tea.
At Hong Kong park’s northernmost tip is the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware. Built in 1846 as the home of the commander of the British forces, it is the oldest colonial building in Hong Kong still standing in its original spot. The museum, a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, houses a collection of antique Chinese tea ware.
With renovations happening only half the building is open. Most of the displayed artifacts are recent 19th and 20th century pieces. I am looking forward to visiting after the refurbishment
I enjoyed learning the history about tea although I am not a connoisseur. Interesting exhibits.
It was my first time to visit a tea ware museum. This museum has so many tea ware collection from long time ago. I learnt a lot here. The museum consists of several rooms. There is also a video room to show you how to make tea ware.
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