Family and Kids in Harbin

Looking out for what can you do with kids and family in Harbin? Here are the things that you should not miss out on a family vacation with kids, toddlers, or babies. Discover the ultimate places for kids in Harbin, be it water parks, theme parks, or playgrounds. Children will have fun, learn new things, get good food and will not get bored in long queues. Keep reading to know about awesome places and activities to enjoy with your kids in Harbin.
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Let's explore our list of kid-friendly attractions in Harbin for perfect family outings and getaways.

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Zhongyang Pedestrian Street

    Family and Kids

    Being one of the longest pedestrian streets in Asia, Zhongyang Street houses a great variety of European architecture as well many colourful markets. Its construction began as far back as 1898 and today it’s a junction where both Harbin’s modern and historical civilization can be seen. Known as the ‘Eastern Moscow’ the street has a mixed Chinese and Russian feel to it. ...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Harbin Polarland

    Amusement Park, Aquarium

    The Harbin Pole aquarium also known as Polarland is one of a kind in china. It houses a wide variety of polar animals with which even visitors can interact with. The place comprises of different sections such as: The Daxing’an Mountains which imitates the Scenic mountain ranges with lush forests inducing thunderstorms and whirlwinds to add effect. The ‘Fisherman’s Wharf&rsquo...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Siberian Tiger Park

    Park, Wildlife Safari

    Built to save one of the most majestic and ferocious species’, the Siberian tigers, this 355 acre park is the largest in the world. Unlike zoos, the park doesn’t cage the animals, instead they are set free and a caged, well protected path for the visitors is created. There are about 500 pure bred Siberian tigers in here along with white tigers, lions, lynx, leopard, black pumas as w...Read more
  4. Amazing Harbin attraction for kids
    Sun Island

    Family and Kids

    Tai Yang Dao is famous both in the country and world over for being a one of a kind park with snow sculptures. Being located just at the banks of River Songhua the park comprises of few small islands each having their own set of attractions with a total of about 20 them. They can be divided into three sections namely The North and west consists of The Deer garden, The Swan Lake and The Squirre...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Zhaolin Park

    Amusement Park, Park

    The Park located on the banks of Songuha River is the first park in the city, built in memory of the General Li Zhaolin. This century old park is active throughout the year. The park has many flower gardens, children’s recreational areas, Open-air theatre, a fish exhibition hall. A man-made lake flows around in the centre with five small bridges link the water area. In summer the park loo...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Harbin
    Harbin Flood Control Memorial Tower

    Family and Kids

    Located in Stalin Park, right across the Zhongyang Street, the tower stands to commemorate the victory over a tragic event in Harbin. When Harbin was attacked by flood in 1957, the water levels rose to 120 meters above sea level. With the lives and properties of the people in danger, many of them worked day and night on the river bank to extend it. Finally the flood receded and the next year th...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Unit 731 Museum

    Science Museum

    This museum which was once a POW camp during the WWII describes the horrifying truth of the Japanese occupation and their experimentation on humans. Unit 731 was a place where humans were tortured and killed in ways not fit for description by the Imperial Japanese army in the name of research. For 40 years the activities of Unit 731 remained a guarded secret until finally in 1984 when Japan ack...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Temple Of Bliss

    Picnic Spot

    Well known both at home and abroad, the Jile Si temple is the biggest Buddhist temple in Heilongjiang and was constructed in 1923. The entire place follows the chines temple style where every building is facing south and is built of blue bricks and glazed coloured tiles. The complex can be divided into three courtyards, namely left, middle and right. The heavenly king hall is the first after ar...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Harbin Confucian Temple

    Family and Kids

    Built to honour one of the greatest spiritual masters of the country and even the world, ‘Confucius’. The temple area is a grand 5,674 sq metres wide inside an even bigger temple grounds which is about 25000 sq metres. Being the largest of its kind in Northeast China, the temple’s architecture resembles that of the typical Qing dynasty. Its traditional curved roofs are covered...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Volga Manor

    Picnic Spot

    Harbin is a city that reminds of the once deep ties between China and former Soviet Union and Volga Manor is one of many such landmarks that symbolizes the tie. The manor, distinctively Russian in theme and style is located on the banks of Ashi River in Xiangfang district. It had seen some deterioration during the Cultural Revolution but was restored to its original design by Russian architects...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Heilongjiang Science And Technology Museum

    Science Museum, Picnic Spot

    The Heilongjiang Science and technology Museum is spacious, clean, organized and well equipped to satisfy and kindle the curiosity of one and all. This futuristic looking building is home to some of the craziest and mind boggling science exhibits for people of ages to understand and appreciate. What’s striking about the museum is the level of interactivity that it offers. Some of them inc...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Harbin Sacred Heart Of Jesus Cathedral

    Picnic Spot

    In the early 20th century during the construction of the historic China Eastern Railway more than 3000 Polish immigrants came to Harbin to work. Along with its work they raised money to build a church and managed to finish it in 1907. It faced abolition during the Cultural Revolution and was later re-built in 2004. Although not as famous as the St. Sophia this Russian Orthodox Church is the big...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Beifang Forest Zoo

    Wildlife Park, Zoo, Wildlife Safari

    One of the largest Zoos in Harbin, the Beifang Forest Zoo attracts a lot of visitors every annum from both home and abroad to their wonderful collection of animals. The zoo covers about 848 hectare of land showcasing 20 different rooms, some of them being Landscape Avenue showcases sculptures of different animals including dinosaurs from the Jurassic and even Mammoths that died millions of yea...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Sophia Church And Square

    Family and Kids

    One of the most magnificent monuments in Harbin, The Sophia Church is almost a century old. It was built by the Russians in 1923 after their defeat in the Russo Japanese War and was completed about 9 years later. The architecture is distinctively Neo Byzantine, with its traditional Onion shaped green dome. The church and the square area it lies on resembles that of Red square in Moscow. The chu...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Parkson Shopping Center

    Picnic Spot

    Located on the busiest and most colourful street in Harbin, the Parkson Shopping Center is a favourite amongst both locals and tourists for shopping a variety of things from branded clothes, perfumes, accessories, beauty products and many more. Because this city is so very near to Russia, it is not surprising to find some Russian handicrafts here. Russian dolls with their air of charming naivet...Read more