Aberdeen Tree Centre


Aberdeen Tree Centre is the first thematic education centre featuring trees and promoting tree conservation. This 800 sq. ft centre opened in 2008 was formerly a country park visitor centre. The Tree Centre demonstrates different aspects of tree to the public through thematic exhibition panels, 3D model, computer kiosk, interactive game zone and video shows. The thematic exhibition presents the function and value of trees, vegetation preservation, the relationship between trees and insects, as well as the changes that trees go through over the four seasons. There are interactive games zone provides entertaining activities such as riddles and matching quizzes to enhance knowledge on trees upon your visitation. Besides learning the features of leaf, flower and fruit through the computer kiosk, the large banyan tree model located in the centre illustrates various tree parts and anatomy including trunk, bark, roots, leaves, flowers and fruit to visitors at a close range.

Opening Hours:
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Closed on the first two days of the Chinese New Year

How to get there:
Take bus Route No. 7 from Central Pier bus terminus, Bus Route No. 76 from Moreton Terrace, Causeway Bay, to Shek Pai Wan Estate; or take Green Minibus Route No. 4C, 4S from Aberdeen town centre (Sai On Street) to Shek Pai Wan Estate via Aberdeen Reservoir Road. Get off at entrance of Yue Kwong Road, then walk uphill along Aberdeen Reservoir Road for a few minutes, you will see the Aberdeen Tree Centre on your right a short distance after passing through a road barrier.