Kids

Find where to teach, feed, dress and entertain your wee ones.

Provided by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department for children aged 0-9.  These places are perfect on hot or rainy days but call ahead to make sure that they are open as they close for regular cleaning.    
Free fun for kids – 2 rooms of things to climb on and jump off suitable for kids up to 7.  Closed first and third Wednesday of each month until 2pm for cleaning but open 8-1 and 2-8 daily.
Classes in sculpture, printmaking, painting, drawing, and more….for the serious budding artist.
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 …
If your little ones need something stylish to brighten up their bedrooms, Indigo Kids has a great range of beds, storage and accessories.
A baby gym for children from 6 months to 4 years old.  Fun and challenging classes, to promote the development of children’s motor skills, balance, coordination, spatial awareness and self-confidence.
Feel as though Hong Kong is far behind you with a visit to Kadoorie farm.  Take a picnic and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
Beginning soccer classes for little footballers under 5 years old. Locations in Stanley, Happy Valley, YWCA (Central), Kowloon Cricket Club, Hang Hau, Sai Kung, Clear Water Bay, and Tung Chung.
This British run company offers a range of educational services for children and adults. Their Tutor Matching service connects qualified Native English Teachers to students for home tutoring. The service is free for students. Learning a language is fun and practical in their cooking and baking workshops arranged in various private kitchens.  And tying together their founder’s 18 years of ESL kids’ teaching …
Fun classes with a low student to teacher ratio where kids can learn Mandarin in a fun and effective way. The programmes give children an excellent basis to develop their language skills through games, songs and rhymes. They also offer teenage and adult classes at some of their locations.