Harcourt Garden reopens

April 16, 2018

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department reopened Harcourt Garden today following the completion of reprovisioning works, providing a pleasant public leisure space in the busy city centre.


Occupying 13,500 sq m, the new garden has a landscaped deck connecting to nearby footbridges, providing easy access to commercial buildings from Central to Wan Chai.


It has terraced-step seats surrounded by lush lawns and plants.


Twenty-nine granite blocks, seawall fragments from the 19th century found at the reprovisioning works site, are displayed as part of the garden's landscape design.


Also featured are a clock tower in the centre of the garden as well as an award-winning art piece.


Other facilities include covered benches, disabled-accessible toilets and a baby-care room.


Located between Queensway and Harcourt Road, the garden has been refurbished in situ to facilitate the construction of the MTR Shatin to Central Link.

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