The first section of the Art Park and waterfront promenade is now open to the public and provides stunning views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, and is particularly lovely at sunset for photography.

The new Art Park is the green heart of the cultural district and features a rich variety of trees and green planting as well as open lawn spaces for leisure and relaxation.  You can picnic, play games, walk pets, run, or hire and ride a SmartBike while enjoying picture perfect views of the harbour and Hong Kong island. The new section of the waterfront promenade also gives a taster of how the future two kilometre promenade that will extend all along the district from Tsim Sha Tsui will look like.

The Art Park provides a vibrant venue for open-air performances as well as art exhibitions and other cultural events.  It is also the new home of our popular free event Freespace Happening, which takes place on the second weekend of each month from September to March.  Freespace Happening features live music, dance, literature themed activities, a handicraft market, creative workshops and much more.  Visit the What’s On Section for more details. 

Located in the Art Park are two venues, the M+ Pavilion which acts as M+’s home for exhibitions while the M+ building is under construction; and Freespace, an exciting new black box theatre that can hold up to 900 people and which includes a café/bar where small intimate performances can be accommodated. Freespace is scheduled to open in April 2019.

New areas of the Art Park will continue to open to the public through 2018-19.

If you are interested in trees and plants and would like to learn more about the species we are growing in the Art Park, please join our free Park Tour and Workshop

We also offer a special tour for schools and community groups wishing to learn more about the park. A Walk in the Park is a 15-minute tour offered on request and led by Park Ambassadors who explain the story behind the design and management of the Art Park.  For reservations or enquiries, please call (852) 2200 0778 or email

Located near the Art Park, our Nursery Park remains open to the public. This space which has provided a home for the growing trees that are planted in the Art Park, is available for hire and can be enjoyed by the public for exercise and pet walking. The Nursery Park includes a food kiosk and toilet facilities.


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