Quarry Bay Park is a small urban park in Quarry Bay, located in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island. The almost ten-hectare park was opened to the public in 1994 and is managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department, a department of Hong Kong Government.
One of the attractions of Quarry Bay Park is the Fireboat Alexander Grantham Exhibition Gallery located on the central concourse of the park. The old fire-boat has been converted into a museum which opened to the public in 2007. It houses a number of multimedia exhibits on the vessel's history and on firefighting in Hong Kong.
The waterfront part of Quarry Bay Park provides a good view of east Kowloon across the harbor, a perfect place to take a quiet stroll or just get away from the city's crowds.
The park features tennis courts, basketball courts, a soccer field, a jogging trail, and a children's playground.
Quarry Bay Park Photo Gallery