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 October 2021
Fiesta Cubana presents an intensive one-day Latin music education program to get into the groove of Afro Cuban and Latin music. Participants can purchase a ticket for each individual workshop or get an all-inclusive ticket for access to all four workshops: Percussion Ensemble for Kids, The Black Root of Latin Music: Cuba, Latin Percussion Workshop, and Percussion Jamming. Get creative with the captivating rhythm of the foundation of world music!
When: 1 October 2021
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: Starting at HK$200. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in Tall Stories’ musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. “The perfect intro to theatre for kids,” the much-loved show has toured Britain and the world – songs and laughs for children aged 3 and above and their parents. There’s no such thing as a Gruffalo… is there?
When: 1 – 3, 8, 9 October 2021
Where: Drama Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Wan Chai
Tickets: Starting at HK$225. Buy tickets on HK Ticketing.
Make special Halloween-themed slime with Curiosity Kids! Learn about the science behind slime and have some family-friendly fun at the same time. Best suited for children aged 5 to 8.
When: 9 or 16 October 2021
Where: MakerBay Central, Unit 508, Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen St
Tickets: HK$275. Email [email protected] to register.
Join in on a Halloween-themed dance, stories, and crafts day with Little Baton and 5678 Studio! Trick-or-treaters aged 2 to 4 can participate in two morning workshops about Halloween tales and upcycled crafts, while those aged 5 to 7 can join two afternoon workshops with a pumpkin patch trampoline and upcycled crafts. Come costumed and ready to have some spooky fun.
When: 17 October 2021
Where: 17D, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang
Tickets: HK$280/workshop. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Looking for a relaxing, fun learning activity with your kids on a Sunday? Africa Center launches Mama Afrika’s Lunch & Play, an initiative to create a multicultural space for families to bond and make new friends through African games and food, held every Sunday. Parents and children can join in playground and board games, a drum circle, and crafts.
When: 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 October 2021
Where: Africa Center Hong Kong, 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: HK$100/adult, HK$60/child. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Get ready for Halloween with Techstyle X’s costume making workshop. Learn how to turn basic fabric into imaginative spooky costumes using screen printing, heat sublimation ink, and fabric markers. You can even create a matching bag and then go on a trick-or-treating adventure through The Mills! Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult.
When: 23, 24, 30, 31 October 2021
Where: Techstyle X, Shop 108, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street
Tickets: HK$200. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Te Quiero Mucho’s head chef, Chef Alejandro, hosts a Mini Masterchef cooking class for your little ones, best for those aged 6 to 13. The mini chefs will learn how to make guacamole and burritos from scratch while mom and dad enjoy free-flow margaritas! A ticket covers one parent and child, adult drinks, and food. The family will also go home with a jar of their own guacamole and chips to scoop it all up with.
When: 21 October or 3 November 2021, 3pm-5pm
Where: The Aberdeen by Dash (100 Shek Pai Wan Rd, Aberden) or Te Quiero Mucho (The Sheung Wan, 286 Queen’s Road Central, Central)
Tickets: HK$500. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
Disneyland is celebrating 15 years in Hong Kong with party beats, Disney friends and giveaways! The ever-perfect day outing, Disneyland also has bonus displays such as a behind-the-scenes transformation of the Disney Castle, and a chance to learn more with an audio tour. So whether it’s just a day trip or a staycation, your kids will surely love it!
When: Every day
Where: Disneyland Hong Kong
Tickets: HK$ 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.
This special exhibition takes you behind the scenes of Pixar, the creators of Toy Story, Monster’s Inc., and The Incredibles. The exhibition space with over 50 interactive exhibits is designed to guide visitors through the entire pipeline of an animated feature’s production, from modelling the characters in clay, to designing sets and creating the world of the film, to bringing the characters to life through simulation.
When: 31 July – 1 December 2021
Where: G/F Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum, 2 Science Museum Rd, TST
Tickets: $20 museum admission. Advance booking required.