What’s On: The best family-friendly events in Hong Kong

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10 Mar 2021 — By Melanie Grosjean / Activities / Family / What's On
activities & events for families in Hong Kong

Fun Things to Do With Kids in Hong Kong!

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 Hong Kong. We’ve listed these events in date order, browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month.

**All event details are correct to the best of our knowledge, but please check with event organisers directly in case of last-minute cancellations or postponements**

March 2021, April 2021

We have a full what’s on listing, including all that fun stuff you wouldn’t want to take the kids to, here.

Things to Do With Kids: March 2021

Online Interactive Sports Training Programmes

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department have launched the “Online Interactive Sports Training Programmes” in January 2021 to provide eight types of sports programmes so kids can may stay at home amid the epidemic to learn and practise physical activities interactively via online platforms as well as to establish a healthy lifestyle.

When:     Throughout February and March
Where:    Online
For more information:  LCSD Website

 

Music About Our Feathered Friends

Feathered friends

In this heart-warming concert by HK Phil, hear how composers have tried to imitate the incredible songs and sounds of birds.

When: 14 March 2021
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Tickets: From $180, HK Phil

 

turn(it)out festival: Ballet Classics for Children: Cinderella

Cinderella Ballet classics for children

Back by popular demand, Ballet Classics For Children: Cinderella returns online to bewitch audiences of all ages with its triumphant rags to riches story.

When:     20  March – 4 April 2021
Where:    Online
For more information:  HK Ballet

 

Seasonal Family Fun Morning – Spring & Easter

Seasonal family art class

This fun-filled seasonal morning will feature crafts and bread making as well as a special puppet show for the whole family.

When:     20 March 2021
Where:    Highgate House School, The Peak
Tickets:  $370.97, Eventbrite

 

SCMP Learning Festival

SCMP Learning festival

The South China Morning Post Learning Festival provides a platform for parents to research and learn about the extracurricular activities and skill-enhancement options that help their children grow into a responsible and all-rounded global citizen.

When:     27 March 2021
Where:    Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, Tsim Sha Tsui
For more information:  Facebook

 

African Kidz Club

African Kidz Club

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: 27 March 2021
Where: Africa Center Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: Free, Facebook

 

Things to Do With Kids: April 2021

Peppa Pig Live: Perfect Rainy Day

Peppa Pig Live

Peppa Pig is back with a brand new 60-minute Musical Adventure promises to make the biggest muddy puddle ever.

When:     2-3 April 2021
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $280, HK Ticketing

 

Children’s Opera: Alice in Wonderland

There is no better way to explore this wonderful world of Alice than the children’s opera version of Alice in Wonderland, co-commissioned by Zurich Opera and Yip’s Children’s Choir.

When:     3-4 April 2021
Where:    Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium
Tickets:  From $280, Urbtix

 

Forest Adventure: Robocar Poli Live Show

Robocar Poli

The children’s first hero, “Robocar POLI” will come to Hong Kong for the first time to bring the thrill and stimulation of a rescue story to the stage.

When:     5-6 April 2021
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $280, HK Ticketing

 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert

Harry Potter

The Harry Potter Film Concert Series will return with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert, the fourth film in the Harry Potter series. The City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong will perform the film’s magical score live while the entire film plays in high definition on a 40-ft screen.

When:     21 April 2021
Where:    Start Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $680, HK Ticketing

 

Online Exhibits at The Hong Kong Maritime Museum

The Hong Kong Maritime Museum has two free online exhibitions dedicated to HK’s maritime trade history. The Dragon and the Eagle tells the story of 19th century American traders in China and The Silver Age is an exhibition about China’s silver export industry.

When:     Now!
Where:    Online
For more information:  The Dragon and the Eagle and The Silver Age

 

BallroomBees Online Classes

Ballroombees

Ballroom Bees is offering free online classes for kids and their families. Classes are designed for kids from walking to age 8 with a weekend class for the whole family to join in.

When:     Ongoing during shut down
Where:    Online
For more information:  Facebook

 

Virtual Class: Baking Egg Tarts with Netflix Food Guide

Person baking egg tarts

Learn to bake scrumptious egg tarts, learn basic Canotnese phrases and hear about the history of egg tarts in this class for the whole family with local food tour guide and Netflix Food Guide, Virginia.

When:     Ongoing
Where:    Online
For more information:  Airbnb

 

If you have an event you think HK HUB readers would love, email [email protected] to request a free listing in our What’s On Guide.


 

For even more events in Hong Kong, check out our full list of What’s On here. 

What's on in Hong Kong

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Melanie Grosjean is a full-time mommy and part-time writer who left the U.S. for Asia several years ago and never looked back. Nowadays, she spends as much time traveling with her husband and toddler as possible. When she isn’t on the road or squeezed into economy class, you can find her sipping an iced latte or blogging at www.adventurefamilylife.com.


 


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