The most wonderful time of the year will look a little different in 2020, but we are here to guide you through when you google “Christmas events for kids in Hong Kong”. From fun holiday lights at Lee Tung Avenue to an exhibition of life size immersive 3D projections of Frozen characters, kids have plenty of options to cruise through this festive season. Finding joy in simple things, curling up with hot chocolate or catching up with Santa in real life or zoom- there is something for everyone!
Let’s begin with something that brings good cheer!!
1. Meet Santa from your screens
The holidays might be a little lopsided this year, but we can all agree we deserve some jolly vibes! Fortunately, kids have a truly unique opportunity to meet Santa digitally. Get ready for some digital fun with Pacific place where you step into the cozy Elf’s cabin and enjoy some good old Christmas storytelling, participate in workshops and indulge in the Christmas rewards!
Where: A magical town in North pole from here https://christmas.pacificplace.com.hk/en/
When: November 19, 2020 – January 2, 2021
2. Meet Elsa and Anna at the Frozen Exhibition
Relive your favorite Disney Frozen moments with life-size 3D projections in the Atrium of Park Central! The exhibition showcases 10 zones with special themes featuring Anna’s coronation as the Queen of Arendelle, Elsa’s royal new look and one exclusive to Hong Kong too!
Where: Frozen Enchanted forest, Atrium, Park Central, Tsueng Kwan O – https://www.facebook.com/FrozenExhibitionHK/
When: November 17, 2020 – February 2, 2021
3. Experience the Rosewood Hong Kong Snow Ritual
What’s better than gorgeous lights, holiday tunes, special brunches and a festive season staycation? Rosewood Hong Kong lets us experience all of this and more by adding fun seasonal elements to their Christmas ritual.
From now till the end of December, stroll through Rosewood Hong Kong’s dreamy courtyard with snow-covered Christmas trees, decked with yuletide cheer at 6-8pm every day. The festive season wouldn’t be complete without a warm drink, so wander down to their chestnut stand at the entrance for a cup of hot chocolate, complimentary for all hotel and restaurant guests from 6-7pm daily. Gear up for some snow shower when you are there!
Where: Rosewood Hong Kong
When: December 14, 2020 –December 31, 2020
4. Enjoy the festive splendor at K11 Musea Christmas Village pop-up events
This one is truly the winter village that one yearns to be every year during Christmas season. The Christmas village pop-up store at K11 Musea is a place that transforms into a retail wonderland, complete with fun stalls and gift ideas from MoMa Design Store, Rosewood Hong Kong and a select few other designers and artists.
Wait, there is more! Enjoy these specially curated K11 events, visit their websites for tickets and more details –
Most of these events takes place outdoors, spaced out appropriately and some even offer private moments that you can enjoy just with your family.
Where: K11 Musea, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
When: Various timing – check here
5. Butterflies of Hope at Lee Tung Avenue
The lights at Lee Tung Avenue has earned its stripes as one of the best Hong Kong attractions every year. For 2020, Victor Wong, an award-winning HK visual effects director has created an interactive display of colorful AI butterflies to the avenue. The ornate stained-glass butterflies make for an amazing winter décor during the night and they are so impressive casting colorful shadows during mid-day! These are touchless installations that kids can enjoy with social distancing.
Where: Lee Tung Avenue Atrium, Wan Chai, Hong Kong – http://www.leetungavenue.com.hk/en/index/
When: December 3, 2020 -January 10, 2021