An oasis for families located right in the middle of busy Wan Chai, Baumhaus is a charming European style playroom and coffee lounge. The play area features a gorgeous wooden tree house and is especially designed to foster creativity in kids ages 0-7. Baumhaus is also home to Kindermusik with Crisel and Drama Lab courses for babies and
Hong Kong’s largest indoor family entertainment centre, EpicLand features 14,000 square feet of pure exhilarating fun with the largest indoor slides and the only Air Trek in Hong Kong. A variety of fun, learning games and activities captivating all ages from tots to teens and babies. EpicLand serves to encourage “learning through fun play”, offering unique indoor
Large indoor playgrounds throughout Hong Kong. They cater to under 3s and then have plenty of climbing activities for older children. Also has a cafe, free wifi, and is perfect for birthday parties. Everyone must wear socks.
The city’s first children’s museum, the Children’s Discovery Museum welcomes children ages 10 and under to explore, create and express themselves through play. Some days are open schedule where you can visit at any time, and other days there are fixed session times with a set number of tickets, designed to help prevent overcrowding. The
Origami is an innovative kids cafe in Kowloon Bay especially for little ones ages 0-7. The cafe is centered around educational play, exquisite delicacies, creative workshops and much more. The space was designed by award-winning designer Alan Chan and features house structures and motifs in a charming little town layout. The space allows parents space