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 date order, browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month.
Things to do with kids in June 2021
If you are looking for a unique gift this father’s day, why not join the DIY Apron making workshop for a handmade gift for you doting dad. TechstyleX will take you on a step-by-step journey to help you create a special something to show your gratitude for his care and support!
When: 18-20 June 2021
Where: The Mills
Tickets: HK$280, register on Eventbrite.
Based on the beloved comics strip, ‘Peanuts’, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a musical about an average day of the life of Charlie Brown. With lessons about friendship, hardships and happiness, this musical must watch for kids and parents alike!
When: 9-12 June 2021
Where: The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Wanchai
Tickets: HK$105, $70 or $50. Buy tickets on HK Ticketing.
Take your kids to see the stunning series by BBC and enjoy the incredible accompanying score by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and Jasha Klebe. . Planet Earth II examines our world through the lens of animals, an incredible activity to help your kids learn about the environment and the importance of conservation.
When: 18-19 June 2021
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre, TST
Tickets: HK$480, $380, $280 or $220, register on URBTIX.
Things to Do With Kids: July 2021
Need to update your munchkin’s wardrobe? Bring your kids to the Retykle’s pop up store in Causeway Bay to pick up the designer clothes at 50-90% Off, while also teaching them how to live a more sustainable life through buying second hand clothes.
When: 3 -16 July 2021
Where: 54 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay
Tickets: Free, sign up on Facebook or drop in.
For your nature loving kids to learn more about the geography of Hong Kong, join the excursion exploring the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. With snorkelling, hiking and boat rides, you will be able to take in the wonderous rock formations.
When: 4 July 2021
Where: Meet at Ma Liu Shui Pier and take boat to Tung Ping Chau
Tickets: HK$650. Buy tickets on Eventbrite.
For the science loving tots, what better way to spend an afternoon than to muck about and experiment in the Museum of Science? This Cantonese run science experiment examines the properties of water through fun and interactive activities.
When: 19,21,23 July 2021
Where: Hong Kong Science Museum
Tickets: HK$36. Register here.
With the theme of inspirational and motivational reading, the Hong Kong Book Fair is the perfect opportunity to get your kids excited about the wonders of reading. Whether it be fantasy, sci-fi, classics or non-fiction, there will surely be books for children of all ages and tastes.
When: 14-20 July 2021
Where: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets: Check ticketing information here.
The “Programme les Petits Ambassadeurs” is a good manners training dedicated to children from 7 to 9 years old. They will be able to learn and practice social skills and appropriate behaviours through games, quizzes, and role-play. The series of 5 classes will cover Social Skills, Deportment, and Table manners.
When: 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 July 2021
Where: Wellington Plaza, Central
Tickets: HK$1880 (early bird) or $2300. Sign up on Eventbrite.
Join one of Hong Kong’s most established puppet companies, now celebrating their 20th anniversary, for an afternoon of learning, exploration and fun! With characters such as Bigfoot and many others, this is sure to be an incredible experience. The show will be held in Cantonese.
When: 23-25 June 2021
Where: Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre Theatre, Clearwater Bay
Tickets: HK$220, register on URBTIX.
To teach your kids how to make Plant-Based & Fuss-Free dumplings, Join Sincerely Aline to let them thrive in the kitchen! They will learn a bit about dumpling history, and of course how to chop, wrap and cook dumplings to feast on at a later stage. Everyone wins with this activity!
When: 17 July 2021
Where: Food Craft, Kennedy Town
Tickets: HK$480. Sign up on Eventbrite.
Things to do with kids in August 2021
If you are looking for a summer staycation which has fun for both parents and children, look no further than rosewood. While you sip your champagne, overlooking the Hong Kong harbour, your kids will be engaged in the exciting activities such as indoor climbing, arts and crafts and baking. With camps throughout August AND a complimentary third night with every two consecutive paid nights in your choice of room category, this offer is made of dreams!
When: 1 – 22 August
Where: Rosewood, TST
Tickets: Room bookings and an additional HK$800 half day pass. Book here.
Things to do with kids during the whole summer
A resource sharing and support community primarily for kids of African descent. Kids of all ethnicities are welcome for a day of fun and learning.
When: 9 May -29 Aug 2021
Where: Africa Center Hong Kong, TST
Tickets: Free, register on Eventbrite.
Disneyland is celebrating 15 years Hong Kong with party beats, Disney friends and giveaways! The ever-perfect summer 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
Tickets: HK$639 per ticket, buy tickets here.
Every Sunday, come meet the pups from Hong Kong Dog Rescue at Whiskers and Paws for an afternoon of belly rubs and kisses. If you are looking to adopt a dog, this is a great space to bring your little ones and interact with multiple puppies to see the best fit. And of course, if you end up adopting you have all the best products at your disposal at W&Ps itself
When: Every Sunday
Where: Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau
For a fun filled family day with arts, crafts and culture, check out Tai Kwun contemporary. Family Tour consists of guiding participants through artworks on the exhibition, Ink City. This is then followed by the workshops ‘Ink Landscape’ or ‘Pushing Monster Workshop’.
When: 9 May -29 Aug 2021
Where: Tai Kwun, Central
Tickets: HK$80 for a Family Pair (one adult with one child), buy tickets on TicketFlap.