Located inside Hong Kong Park on Cotton Tree Drive in Central, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware was originally Flagstaff House which served as the office and residence of the Commander of the British Forces in Hong Kong until 1978. Built in 1846, Flagstaff House is one of the oldest surviving Western buildings in Hong Kong. It was converted into Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in 1984.
The Museum specialises in the collection, study and display of tea ware. Alongside its exhibitions, the Museum holds regular demonstrations, tea gatherings and lecture programmes to promote ceramic art and Chinese tea drinking culture.
Flagstaff House was declared a monument in 1989.
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