Looking for kids activities and things to do with your little ones in Hong Kong? We’re here to help with our regularly updated selection of the best of what’s on for kids and families around the city. We’ve listed events you can attend with your children to enjoy a special moment with your loved ones.

Oi! Spotlight: People Mountain People Sea by Gary Card

British artist Gary Card has transformed the century-old Oi! Warehouses into a contemporary multimedia art space, using animation and sound to draw the audience into an immersive visual and sensory experience. This is Card’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, which also includes the large-scale outdoor sculpture, ‘The Dream of Mr. Somebody’ on display at Oi! Lawn.

When: March 20-July 28, 2024
Where: Oi! Warehouse 1 & 2, 12 Oil Street, North Point
Tickets: Free admission

Art@Harbour 2024

art@harbour at victoria harbour hong kong

Victoria Harbour will be transformed into an outdoor art exhibition space thanks to several interactive installations during the two-month-long Art@Harbour. The second edition of the large-scale outdoor art project will feature the teamLab: Continuous exhibition, which will have hundreds of luminous ovoids that will change colours depending on how visitors interact with them. There will also be a Science in Art exhibition that will highlight two interactive art installations called ‘Harbour Cup’ and ‘Schrödinger’s Bed’, as well as outdoor art installations and digital art façades in Tsim Sha Tsui.

When: March 25-June 2, 2024
Where: Tamar Park, Central and Western District Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, K11 MUSEA promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, and Empire Centre
Tickets: Free admission

SummerFest HK

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SummerFest is making a comeback — this time at two venues along Victoria Harbour. This year, the months-long event will return to Central Harbourfront from June to August, but not before being staged at the recently opened Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space. The Wan Chai event has a variety of sports, music, and dance activities as well as cultural shows and fitness events. Watch this space for more details.

When: April 5-July 3, 2024 (Wan Chai), July-August 2024 (Central)
Where: Central Harbourfront and Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets: Free admission

A-Maze-ing Harbourfont

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The Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space has opened with an immersive themed experience that features five mazes. Visitors who enter the Time Maze can embark on a journey from the present to the past through tunnels of shadow and light. Then there’s the seemingly endless space in the Infinite Mirror Maze, as well as Lost in the Woods — a paradise hidden within Hong Kong’s unique construction scaffolding and nature. The Light Box Maze is a Rubik’s Cube-inspired installation that emits ever-changing light patterns, while the Air Maze has inflatable installations designed especially for children.

When: April 5-July 3, 2024
Where: Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space, 3 Hung Hing Road, Wan Chai
Tickets: Free admission

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The Sound of Music

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The Tony Award-winning The Sound of Music will be staged in Hong Kong for the first time in 2024, coinciding with the 65th anniversary of the beloved musical. Audiences will get to listen to live renditions of popular songs such as Do-Re-MiClimb Ev’ry MountainEdelweissMy Favourite Things, and the title song The Sound of Music at the Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon Cultural District. The international tour is led by Natalie Duncan as Maria Rainer, Corey Greenan as Captain Von Trapp, and Lauren Kidwell as Mother Abbess.

When: April 16-June 9, 2024
Where: Grand Theatre, Xiqu Centre, West Kowloon Cultural District, 88 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: From HK$588.

Hong Kong Reading Week

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To celebrate Reading for All Day on April 23, the Hong Kong Public Libraries will host Hong Kong Reading Week — a series of online activities and live events to encourage reading across the city. Apart from a series of reading activities, there will also be events specially curated for children, such as a storytelling and paper-cutting workshops, flour doll-making and Chinese knotting-making sessions, and rainbow calligraphy classes.

When: April 20-28, 2024
Where: Public libraries across Hong Kong
Tickets: Free admission

Edible Flowers and Herbs Exhibition

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It’s that time of year with milder temperatures and longer daylight hours, which helps in the growth of edible flowers and herbs in Hong Kong. There will be 500 such flowers and herbs on display at the Hong Kong Park, such as Lemmon’s Marigold, Nasturtium, Borage, Calendula and African Mallow — the last of which live for just a day, yet continues to bloom!

When: April 22-June 10, 2024
Where: Forsgate Conservatory, Hong Kong Park, 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
Tickets: Free admission

AIA Vitality Hub Kids Street Jazz

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This fun fusion class of basic jazz and hip hop techniques focuses on enhancing performance skills and show presence. It gives opportunities for expressive freedom (freestyle) and is open to students ahed 6-11 years old of all levels.

When: April 25, 2024
Where: Hong Kong Observation Wheel and AIA Vitality Park, 33 Man Kwong Street Central
Tickets: Free admission. Reserve a spot on Zicket.co.

Marvel Season of Superheroes

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Hong Kong Disneyland is bringing back its popular Marvel: Season of Superheroes for the second year running. This time around, the Avengers will assemble to take on villain Arnim Zola and Hydra, who are threatening Stark Expo. There will be a new daytime show, a post-sunset drone show, special merchandise, and more.

When: April 26-June 6, 2024
Where: Tomorrowland, Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau
Tickets: From HK$639. Buy tickets on Hong Kong Disneyland website.

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Sai Kung Mystery Night Adventure

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This family-friendly night tour of a protected area in Sai Kung will allow participants to walk through an orchard, farmland, a pond, and a forest. The highlights are the several species of frogs that come to the area’s ponds and ditches at night. Only children aged over three years old can participate in this tour.

When: April 27, 2024
Where: Tsiu Hang Special Area, Sai Kung, New Territories
Tickets: From HK$250. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.

Station Rail Voyage

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To celebrate MTR’s Corporation’s 45th anniversary, the railway giant is organising an exhibition to give visitors the chance to check out models of old trains and other memorabilia that will take them on a journey of the organisation’s history. The exhibition is divided into three zones, the star attraction of which is the ‘Next Station… Memories’ area, which has three of MTR Corp’s locomotives: the I.B. Trevor, the Fly Head and the Yellow Head. Explore the vibrant history of one of the city’s lifelines and take pictures of some of its iconic locomotives.

When: From April 27, 2024 (Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays)
Where: Hung Hom MTR Station, On Wang Road, Hung Hom
Tickets: Free admission. Register online here.

Naked Flowers

japans naked flowers exhibition to open in hong kong with 8 flower-themed interactive rooms

The renowned Naked Flowers interactive exhibition will be on view in Hong Kong for the first time, giving visitors the chance to participate in a multisensory experience where they can “learn the secrets of flowers”. There will be eight flower-themed digital art rooms, which include a life-size book and a cherry tree-centric room with projection mapping, a flower path with scattered petals, and a kaleidoscope-like space with mirrors.

When: April 27-October 27, 2024
Where: G17B & Basement, 1881 Heritage, 2A, East Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: From HK$120. Buy tickets on Trip.com.

Family Day Design Workshop: Pinhole Cinema

Adults and children will use different props to produce a light projection of a cityscape, all while discovering the properties of physics by using their imagination. Participants will also build a unique viewing box following simple instructions that they will use to view the Hong Kong cityscape through different angles and perspectives from the M+ Horizon Terrace. Once the workshop is done, participants can take their viewing boxes home.

When: 10.30am-12.15pm, April 28, 2024 (English)
Where: M+, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon
Tickets: HK$300. Buy tickets on the M+ website.

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Monsters in the Universe

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American artist Anchorball, who specialises in large-scale sculptures and digital art, brings giant and whimsical monster-inspired installations to Airside. If you’re in the mood for more fun, head to the Fuzzy Claw Catcher and try to capture the Blue Wuzzle Fuzz and Purple Hazy Fuzz plush toys. Enter the Marvellous Selfie Box to take instant photos with the monsters alongside friends and family.

When: Until May 5, 2024
Where: The Atrium, 2/F, 2 Concorde Road, Kai Tak, Kowloon
Tickets: Free admission

Books for Love @ 10

books for love @ 10 hong kong charity book sale

Bibliophiles across the city can get their hands on second-hand books for HK$10 at this charity book sale. There are more than 320,000 books up for grabs, which were collected from across Hong Kong in January this year, and proceeds from the sales will go towards the Treasure Trove project of the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Assocation of Hong Kong and the Agency for Volunteer Services. All unsold books will be distributed to the organiser’s NGO’s partners.

When: May 9-12, 2024 & May 16-19, 2024
Where: ArtisTree, 1/F Cambridge House & 4/F Berkshire House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
Tickets: Free admission

Bebefinn Live — Bedtime Adventure

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Popular animated character Bebefinn will make his Hong Kong debut with two live shows especially for Mother’s Day. The story is set at nighttime at the Finn house on the eve of a family picnic. Bebefinn and his siblings Bora and Brody, who are excited about the next day, cannot fall asleep. They notice a bright star in the night sky and make wishes. Suddenly, a magical flash of light dazzles in the sky and the Finn siblings, along with their pet cat Boo, Finn’s favourite Baby Shark doll, and a very special guest, find themselves on a magical dream adventure in search of a fallen star.

When: May 12, 2024
Where: Star Hall, 3/F, Kowloonbay International Trade and Exhibition Centre, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
Tickets: From HK$280. Buy tickets on HK Ticketing.

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