Dec 14
~
Dec 31

K11 Musea Christmas Kids Festival

11:00am – 8:00pm
Free

K11 Musea Christmas Kids Festival celebrates this winter holiday with an exciting line-up of activities and programmes, featuring the much-anticipated Victoria Playpark and Donut Playhouse to create a memorable and meaningful Christmas experience.

Photo by K11 Musea Christmas Kids Festival

Entitled ‘Victoria Playpark Donut Kids Carnival’, the celebration brings together a whole lot of holiday-only fun features including Hong Kong’s first-ever Floating Hearts Ball Pit, Hong Kong’s largest indoor slide, edutainment game booths, education seminars, art collage installations, gourmet food stalls, and a New Year’s Eve Parade and more.

Photo by K11 Musea Christmas Kids Festival

Entry is free, but games and activities require carnival tokens, which are available for purchase online and onsite.

HK$100.00 for 5 tokens | HK$200.00 for 12 tokens

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