Looking for things to do with kids 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 these events in earliest-latest date order. Browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month.
Things to do with kids in March 2023
The Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park
Having toured Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand, Hong Kong is the next destination for The Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park. Featuring realistic dinosaurs with lifelike movements and sounds, both adults and kids will enjoy activities like digging in the sand pit for fossils, helping mama dinosaurs find their dino babies, VR games, assembling dinosaur models, and more.
When: 24 March to 28 May 2023
Where: B102-108, Let’s Play Entertainment Centre, KITEC, 1 Trademart Dr, Kowloon Bay
Tickets: From HK$98 (early bird until 20 March). Buy tickets on Trip.com.
Hong Kong Observatory Open Day 2023
The HKO Open Day celebrates the work of the weather observatory on its 140th anniversary this year. Surrounding the World Meteorological Day theme, “The Future of Weather, Climate and Water across Generations”, there will be exhibitions about climate change and showing how the HKO forcasts weather, as well as how it monitors microclimates and radiation.
When: 25-26 March 2023
Where: Hong Kong Observatory, 134A Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: Free admission. Register on the HKO website.
Sooper Yoo x Whizpa Family Fun Day 2023
Enjoy 13 interactive workshops held by ActiveKids, Books & Brains, NovaLearn, Saiyuen Camping Adventure Park, Seed Music Academy, DoDo Art Room, are more! There will also be a multi-level maze, mini Formula 1 cars, digital table games, and VR games for the whole family to enjoy.
When: 26 March 2023, 10am – 12pm
Where: Podium Level 1, The Westwood, No. 8 Belcher’s St, Kennedy Town
Tickets: From HK$299. Buy tickets on Klook.
Love For Granted Musical
Radio drama ‘Little Man Weekly’, which rose to popularity in Hong Kong in the 80’s, receives its first theatrical adaption. Creator of the original show, Zheng Danrui, serves as the producer of the show, consisting of 20 original songs and six actors playing nearly 50 roles altogether in a hilarious and experimental musical. Suitable for ages 14 and above! (Note that all tickets are standing tickets due to limited space in the theatre.)
When: 28 March to 9 April 2023
Where: HBoom Theatre, 30-34 Kwai Wing Rd, Kwai Chung
Tickets: From HK$220. Register here.
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice x Harry Concert
The CHK Youth Symphony Society presents a magical programme based on the 1797 poem by Goethe, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”. The German tale will be introduced through orchestral performances accompanied by magician and children’s TV presenter Harry Wong’s performance and storytelling.
When: 31 March 2023
Where: Hong Kong City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central
Tickets: From HK$220. Buy tickets on URBTIX.
Upcycle Denim Workshop
Transform a pair of old jeans into a bucket hat, scarf, or apron, and even decorate your new piece with paint with a series of denim upcycling workshops offered by Phenotypsetter. Kids aged 6 and up are welcome to join certain workshops. Not only will participants learn about the value of reusing materials, but they’ll also get to know basic sewing skills, cutting, and tailouring patterns and trims depending on the class.
When: Until 29 July 2023
Where: Shop S203, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen St, Central
Tickets: From HK$380. Buy tickets on Klook.
Things to do with kids in April 2023
Discovery Bay Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach 2023
The famous Discovery Bay Easter Egg hunt returns this April! Tai Pak Beach will be the setting for an adorable colourful egg hunt and games for the whole family. Prizes with a value totalling HK$1 million are up for grabs.
When: 7-8 April 2023
Where: Tai Pak Beach, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island
Tickets: HK$220 to HK$250. Buy tickets on KKDay starting 8 March.
Cheung Chau Bun Carnival 2023
Cheung Chau’s Jiao Festival, or Bun Festival, was officially named an intangible cultural heritage of Hong Kong in 2011. The Bun Scrambling Competition begins with the training and selection content from 16 April, with the actual competition on 26 and 27 May. There will also be a range of public activities for crowds to enjoy during the festival period, including stall games, handicraft making, performances, and colouring and drawing competitions.
When: 16 April to 27 May 2023
Where: Soccer Pitch, Pak Tai Temple Playground, Cheung Chau Island
Tickets: Free admission
Things to do with kids in May 2023
Beauty and the Beast in Concert
The full-length classic Disney movie will be broadcasted with the live music accompaniment of Ponte Orchestra. Local singers will be lending their voices, adding a contemporary sound to the childhood classics! Children three years and above are welcome to attend.
When: 5-7 May 2023
Where: Star Hall, Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre
Tickets: From HK$480. Buy tickets on Klook.
Snoopy Run Hong Kong 2023
The 1km Snoopy Run will have exclusive Peanuts souvenirs, a Snoopy mascot meet and greet, mini games for the family, and photo opps with Snoopy inflatables and decorations. Sign up to run as an individual or family at the picturesque Science Park.
When: 7 May 2023
Where: Hong Kong Science and Technology Park Amphitheatre, Sha Tin
Tickets: From HK$480. Buy tickets on Klook.
Affordable Art Fair 2023
The Affordable Art Fair is having its 10th annual fair this year, and with the return of normal international travel, there will be an especially diverse line-up of galleries, artists, and projects. The goal of the fair is to make collecting art accessible at all pricepoints and introducing audiences to art that truly moves.
When: 18-21 May 2023
Where: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Dr, Wan Chai
Tickets: From HK$180. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Disneyland 15th Anniversary Celebrations
Disneyland is celebrating 15 years in Hong Kong with party beats, Disney friends and giveaways! The ever-perfect day outing, Disneyland also has bonus displays such as a behind-the-scenes transformation of the Disney Castle, and a chance to learn more with an audio tour. So whether it’s just a day trip or a staycation, your kids will surely love it!
When: Every day
Where: Disneyland Hong Kong
Tickets: HK$570 instead of HK$639 per ticket on Klook.
Monopoly Dreams is Hong Kong’s first Monopoly-themed attraction! Located at the Peak, the most expensive title deed in the game’s Hong Kong edition, explore rooms of the cozy amusement park based on properties seen on the board, like Water Works and Jail, try the arcade games, and learn more about Monopoly’s origins as a game to explain how taxes work.
When: Every day
Where: Monopoly Dreams, The Peak
Tickets: HK$208 instead of HK$260 per ticket on Klook.
Ocean Park is immortal. In between the ocean and the mountains, it offers an escape for the whole family, in the heart of Wong Chuk Hang. Fun guarantee with many attractions for everybody and of course, a wide variety of animals and tropical plants for nature-lovers. Oh… and guest what? Water World, the new waterpark, opened in August, with five new zones, new water activities and many waterslides!
When: Every day
Where: Ocean Park, Wong Chuk Hang
Tickets: HK$360 instead of HK$558 per ticket on Klook.