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How To Get To West Kowloon Art Park And What To Do?

Outdoor Space And Cultural Events Mecca

West Kowloon Art Park Hong Kong

Development of West Kowloon continues and one of the most exciting additions to the district is the Art Park, an expansive open lawn offering space for leisure and relaxation with shaded areas and grass stretches punctuated by large-scale outdoor sculptures and installations curated by M+. The park also acts as a venue for open-air performances of music, dance, and theatre, as well as a space for art exhibitions and other cultural events.

Key Questions?

  • How to get to West Kowloon Art Park?
    • Exit from MTR Kowloon Station Exit E4 or E5. Walk along Nga Cheung road and cross the footbridge into the West Kowloon Cultural District (approx. 10 minutes).
    • Exit from MTR Austin Station or West Kowloon Station. Following signs, walk to MTR Kowloon Station (approx. 10 minutes), then follow directions above.
  • Is There A Car Park At West Kowloon Art Park?
  • What Are West Kowloon Art Park Opening Times?
  • West Kowloon Art Park Restaurants:

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

It’s a perfect green space for kids to run around and play in, but also offers a range of arts and cultural facilities - something for body and mind.

Who It's Perfect For:

Family days out and cultural events.

What Else:​

Unlike some other parks and public spaces in Hong Kong, ball games, the use of skateboards, bicycles and roller skates are all allowed. Pets are welcome, too, and kites can be flown.

Where To Find It:​

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