Located within the walls of a house that was built in 1846 and sitting inside Hong Kong Park, visitors of the Flagstaff House and Museum of Teaware can take-in iterations of tea culture, including teapots designed by artists and others who interpret the art of tea in fun and interesting ways.
Perusing through the rooms and exhibitions, you can see tea pots old and new – some with ties way back to varying Chinese dynasties.
Local artists have designed unique pieces that are both functional and works of art.
You can purchase tea pots and cups, or sit in the cafe at the nearby LockCha Teahouse with friends and sip your favorite infusion.
LockCha is elegant and offers a detailed and educational look at tea. You won’t find anything boring here, but varieties for aficionados who are interested in Chinese tea.
This is probably one of my favorite experiences in the city.