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Kid’s Paradise!

Kid’s Paradise!
By Ellen Morris

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      “二胎”放开后,不少宝妈甚至宝爸就成为了全职带娃的爸爸妈妈,如何让孩子在娱乐中拓展自身能力,发展身心健康,是各位宝妈宝爸们每日关注的问题。周末这个家庭宝贵的休息日更是要让孩子玩得开心,玩得“有品质”。本期我们就来一起和爸妈们盘点一下北京的儿童游乐好去处!


     滑梯、海洋球、“绳索桥”……孩子喜欢的室内玩具你几乎都可以在北京工体翻斗乐找到。这里是一个集娱乐、教育、健康、休闲为一体的大型室内儿童教育娱乐中心,孩子们在这里能得到体能、智能、情感、社交,表演等多方面的锻炼,并能让孩子充分发挥各方面的机能及潜力。同时工体翻斗乐还提供为幼儿园、学校举办特别策划的毕业典礼、亲子节日派对、运动会、新年、圣诞晚会、集体生日会、外出郊游拓展等大型活动。  


      希望孩子了解科学技术、增长知识的家长可以带自己的宝贝去中国科学技术馆。技术官的新馆位于朝阳区北辰东路5号,设有“科学乐园”、“华夏之光”、“探索与发现”、“科技与生活”、“挑战与未来”五大主题展厅以及公共空间展示区、球幕影院、巨幕影院、动感影院、4D影院等4个特效影院,其中球幕影院兼具穹幕电影放映和天象演示两种功能。中国科技馆于2017年12月入选教育部第一批全国中小学生研学实践教育基地名单。这里的主要教育形式为展览教育,通过科学性、知识性、趣味性相结合的展览内容和参与互动的形式,反映科学原理及技术应用,鼓励公众动手探索实践,不仅普及科学知识,而且注重培养观众的科学思想、科学方法和科学精神。


      陪伴一代人成长的石景山公园摩天轮见证了北京近30年的飞速发展,这座29岁的北京首座摩天轮于2015年5月1日起正式停运。不过幸运的是,老摩天轮停运拆除后,将会新建一座更大的摩天轮成为北京新地标。石景山公园也在新旧更替中继续在孩子中间焕发着它不息的生机。园内新建成的“幻想世界”和“冒险世界”两大主题娱乐区占地10万平方米,新增的侏罗纪探险、飓风、金刚魔轮等多个主题娱乐项目将带给孩子们全新的娱乐体验。


      除此外,世界公园,国贸溜冰场以及麋鹿公园都是北京孩子的“心头好”。还不知道该带孩子去哪里玩耍的家长们,赶快带上自己的宝贝去愉快地过一个开心的周末吧!

 

Not sure where to bring your kids to? Indoor or outdoor, there are many fun activities in Beijing on offer for children when they get bored of the typical tourist attractions. Here we discuss some places that can keep your kids entertained.

 

Fundazzle

This cavernous, indoor playground has a huge two-story jungle gym, trampolines and a toddler area with small cars, swings, seesaws, toy houses and so on. On weekends, counsellors put on shows, lead the kids in song and dance, and teach arts and crafts.

 

RMB 50 per child (weekend or weekday), three-hour limit;
RMB 15 per adult (weekends), free on weekdays;

Address: Gongti Nanlu, Chaoyang District

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China Science and Technology Museum

Enormous not only in size, but also in educational fun, China Science and Technology Museum will satisfy the thinker in children and adults alike. You can easily spend an afternoon walking through four themed floors and nine different galleries. Containing countless hands-on exhibits and displays, the museum provides children with a healthy mix of information and entertainment that will leave them wanting to learn more. If your kids still have energy, check out Science Paradise, the massive play centre on the first floor. Tickets can be purchased outside the west entrance. Designed for children 3 to 10 years old, the centre includes a main jungle gym playground surrounded by different science themed obstacle courses.

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AA Place Lego

More than 60 years after it was founded, Lego has kept up its popularity among people of all ages. Head to the Lego store and pick up a classic set of building blocks, or special sets like Star Wars, and enjoy putting them together as a family. While Lego stores can be found all around Beijing, Parkview Green's location is a favourite due to its interactive play area.

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Beijing World Park

Is time too short for an around-the-world trip? Beijing has a park that can give you a glimpse of all the world famous landmarks — in miniature. The park has 100 world-famous man-made and natural attractions from nearly 50 countries throughout the world. If China wasn't on the top of the list for the kids, take them to Beijing World Park to see their hoped-for destination in miniature.

Address: Dabao Village, Huangxiang Town, southwestern Fengtai District

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Shijingshan Amusement Park

It is the oldest, and the largest, amusement park in Beijing that entertains visitors, especially kids with thrilling facilities and distinctive activities. It combines fun rides, outlandish buildings, gardens, and entertainment, and it features faux Disney characters. Your family wouldn’t have to travel all the way to Hong Kong or Shanghai to have fun with Mickey Mouse.

 

Address: 25 Shijingshan Lu, Shijingshan District, Beijing
Opening Hours: Summer 8:30am-5:30pm; Winter 9am-5pm

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Le Cool

If you want to squeeze in a skating lesson between shopping trips, head to the China World Shopping Centre’s indoor rink. Le Cool’s 14 coaches run lessons following Ice Skating Institute (ISI) training courses. RMB 30-50 for 1.5 hours (skate rental included), RMB 100 for a 40-minute private lesson.

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Milu Park

The land around Milu Park was once an imperial hunting ground. Now it serves the opposite purpose: to preserve the nearly extinct milu – a hulky indigenous deer. Also known as Père David’s deer, this species was wiped out from China around 1900. Luckily, an eccentric English aristocrat had spirited a few to his Bedfordshire estate in the 19th century and, in 1985, their descendants were reintroduced in this park.

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Splash Recreation Club

This long-running hotel swim club is a favourite with many Beijing families. Based out of CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport, the Splash Recreation Club is open to outside guests, and grants access to the hotel’s indoor and outdoor pools, a poolside bar, and a restaurant. The admission price includes towels and a locker. RMB 100 for adults, RMB 50 for kids over 1m, free for kids under 1m.

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