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.

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.

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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