Statue Square is a square in Hong Kong, a landmark square building in Victoria City in the early years. With the fall of Hong Kong and the development of the city after the war, there are no bronze statues of members of the British royal family in the Queen's Statue Square, only a bronze statue commemorating the banker Sir Jackson. The government rebuilt the square to its current appearance in the 1960s for the public to relax.
There are a small number of barrier-free facilities, including ramp entrances and exits, passages and ramps, etc. The design basically takes into account the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. In most places, the passageways are designed to be broad and suitable for people with wheelchairs and mobility impairments.
The central landmark of Statue Square, wheelchair users can go alone.
- There are 2 main entrances, both connected by ramps, suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Most places are designed with wide passageways, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- There is no accessible toilet