The best tickets to book this weekend

Searching for things to do with kids in Beijing? Look no further

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If you're still looking for more things to do in the next few days other than what was on our weekly listing, look no further. Get active or embrace your classical side with these upcoming events happening around town.

Things to do

Legoland Discovery Center Beijing

Got a Lego-loving kid at home? Then make sure to check out Beijing's first Legoland Discovery Centre, now open to the public. Perfect for kids 3 to 10 years old, the indoor Lego playground includes a range of interactive and educational activities such as a Mini-World, a 4D Lego experience, Lego rides, a Lego factory tour, a Lego area specifically for babies, a Ninjago training centre and more. Purchase ahead for discounted rates; onsite prices are from 200RMB per person.

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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center 北京乐高探索中心 , Chaoyang Bei Lu Fulu 06 May - 04 Jun Buy tickets

NBA Playzone

Dunk, jump, sprint and more at this NBA-inspired play zone that'll make any basketball-loving kid squeal with glee. See how your kids measure up against their favourite superstars by literally in their idols' footprints and standing against their life-sized images, jump, climb, or crawl your way through its rookie challenge or, hey, just play ball at their mini-NBA court, a third of the size of a real court. More photos here. 

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Hi-Fun Indoor Competitive Theme Park

There's a lot of fun (and steeled nerves) to be had at this 5,300-square-metre indoor park with activities that include people being lifted up by a bar only to be dropped down a nearly 90-degree slide, bungee jumping, trampolines, a number of rope-walking activities and around 30 more activities to boot. If you're looking for a full-day activity with the kids (especially the older ones), then this is the place to check out. More photos here. 

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Hi-Fun Indoor Competitive Theme Park Hi-Fun竞技主题乐园 , 69 Fuxing Lu 09 May - 09 Jun Buy tickets


National Geographic: A New Age of Exploration 2.0

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Covering 130 years of the landmark magazine's stunning history, this exhibition brings to life photos taken from all corners of the earth and elaborates on the often haunting stories behind them. After doing so well the last time this exhibition was in town, it returns again with over 100 classic Nat Geo images.

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Beijing World Art Museum (中华世纪坛世界艺术馆) , A9 Fuxing Lu Every day except Monday Buy tickets


UnTour Food Tours' Beijing Hutong Breakfast

Heard about Beijing’s hutong alleyways, but not sure what to do or where to go? Get off the crowded roads and into the backstreets with UnTour Food Tours and sample the most authentic and delicious breakfast delicacies that are hiding in plain sight. Wake up early and explore the culinary scene with our trusted vendors, your bilingual guide and a small group of new foodie friends. Over the course of three hours, you’ll eat your way through China’s 5,000 years of culinary history, try new foods and gain an appreciation for the artisans making these handmade treats.

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