Signal Hill Garden is a public a park atop a knoll known as Blackhead Point in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Blackhead Point is the highest hill near the middle of Victoria Harbour and offers spectacular views.
The park used to be the site where typhoon signals were hoisted in Hong Kong to warn ships. The Signal Hill Tower, an Edwardian style building which used to drop a copper time ball apparatus every 1pm so seafarers could adjust their chronometers, is also located in the area.
The tower, which was built in 1907 and operated by the Hong Kong Observatory, still stands today and has been listed as a Grade II historic building since 1981. It is open to the public daily, from 9 to 11am and 4 to 6pm.
Entrance to Signal Hill Garden is at Minden Row. Near the park is the Middle Road Children's Playground.