Tamar Park is a 1.76-hectare ocean-front urban park located at Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong. It is a part of the Tamar Development Project and adjacent to the new Central Government Offices and the Legislative Council Complex. The park is part of the 4km promenade along the northern shoreline of Hong Kong Island, offering unobstructed views of Victoria Harbour and the Tsim Sha Tsui skyline.
Opened in October 2011, the park is known for its elegant simplicity and open layout, featuring sprawling green lawns, a landscaped garden, water features, a floating platform, Tamar Corner, an amphitheatre and Tamar Cafe.
The amphitheatre can seat about 240 people and a popular venue for concerts, cultural shows, and other events.
The park is named after The HMS Tamar, a British naval vessel moored in Victoria Harbour that served as the operational headquarters of the Royal Navy until 1946.
- Tamar park is open 24 hours daily. It can be accesses via the following public transport:
MTR: Admiralty Station Exit A
- Bus: 2, 12A, 12M, 18, 43X, 70M, 111, 260, 301, 302, 305, 307, 307A, 336, 373, 373A, 511, 590A, 601, 601P, 641, 680A, 680P, 681P, 692, 692P, 720, 720A, 720P, 722, 780, 780P, 788, 905, 914, 914X, 934, 935, 948, 948P, 948X, 960, 960S, 961, 968, 962B
- Green Mini Bus: 10, 11, 24A, 24M, 31, 56A