The street consists of two sections: a western section running between Nathan Road and Chatham Road South, which runs almost parallel to Kimberley Road, Cameron Road and Kimberley Street.This section was built in the late 19th century. The eastern section runs between Chatham Road and Science Museum Road,which was built by extending the original western portion to Tsim Sha Tsui East via reclamation.A public square called Granville Square im Tsim Sha Tsui East was named after the road.
Two of Hong Kong's main public museums, Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum, are located on the eastern stretch of Granville Road. Kowloon Park is located towards the western end of Granville Road.
Shopping centre The ONE, and its predecessor Tung Ying Building, are located on the corner between Granville Road and Nathan Road. The private gallery Hong Kong 3D Museum is in Hilton Place on the eastern stretch of Granville Road.
- "Street Names and Their Origins" Hong Kong's vol.1 - by Frena Bloomfield
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