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Haw Par Mansion is one of the few surviving specimens of the Chinese Eclectic style architecture in Hong Kong, and an invaluable heritage site.

Adjoining the Mansion and its private garden was the landscaped Tiger Balm Garden, opened in 1936 for public enjoyment and has since become part of the collective memories of generations of Hong Kong people. Tiger Balm Garden was demolished for redevelopment in the 1990s, however, a selected collection of the artefacts and figurines have been restored and installed in dedicated locations within the revitalised Mansion and its private gardens.

 

Visiting Haw Par Music

The private garden and the interpretation areas (reception on LG and main hall on G/F in the revitalised Mansion) are now open to public.

Six specially designed guided tours per week led by trained docents provide not only access to the upper floors of the revitalised Mansion but also explanation of the history of the Aw Family, Haw Par Mansion and Tiger Balm Garden, and the formation of Haw Par Music.

*Prior online registration for these tours are required.

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