Why Play in PlayScope?
Playing is children's fundamental right!
It is stated in Article 31 of the United Nations Convention
on the Rights of the Child that
Children have the right to rest and leisure, to engage
in play and recreational activities appropriate
to the age of the child and to participate freely
in cultural life and the arts.
Playright values the play needs of every child. We aim at letting children play without worrying about the weather conditions, Playscope was officially opened in 2009, located in Tai Wo, Tai Po.
We operate in the model of social enterprise, providing a high-quality and playful indoor play space for children.
Children's play
in PlayScope
  • Any behavior or process initiated, controlled,
    and structured by children themselves.
  • Play is driven by intrinsic motivations and
    undertaken for its own sake, rather than
    a means to an end.
  • Play may take infinite forms but the key
    characteristics of play are fun, uncertainty,
    challenge, and flexibility.
Each play zone is designed based on the concept of child-led. Playworkers will evaluate and change the settings of the play environment from time to time in order for children to play professionally, play in various ways, play safely, and play to the fullest. With our efforts, children can enjoy the fun of free play independently and safely, as well as have a healthy and happy childhood.
Indoor Play Space
In order to fulfill the mission of supporting children’s play, our Playright Amusement
Environment Design Team cooperated with Japan’s Environment Design Institute’s famous architect
Dr. Matsumoto Senda and his design team to create a unique and safe and high-quality play space for
Hong Kong children. 

This allows children to play freely in the
four-thousand feet premium indoor play space,
experience play from multiple perspectives, and create their
own colorful play world.
In order to fulfill the mission of supporting children’s play,
our Playright Amusement Environment Design Team cooperated with Japan’s
Environment Design Institute’s famous architect Dr. Matsumoto Senda and his
design team to create a unique and safe and high-quality
play space for Hong Kong children. 
This allows children to play freely in the
four-thousand feet premium indoor play space,
experience play from multiple perspectives, and create their own
colorful play world.
3D Virtual Tour
Visiting PlayScope
There are multiple
modes to enter PlayScope!
pay every time you come
buy the Big Play Pass, use the pass every time, it's more economical!
exclusively for schools and organizations.
Come and book the whole place for each session!
Opening Hours
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday,
and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday to Sunday
Except every Wednesday 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. staring from February
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
*Closed whole day every Monday, New Year’s Day, the 1st day to the 3rd day of Chinese New Year. Christmas Day and the day following Christmas Day
*Closed whole day on every 1st Wednesday of the month for cleaning
*Closed Half day: The afternoon of Chinese New Year’s Eve and the afternoon of the Winter Solstice
*Not open to the public during Group Play Sessions
Contact Us
Tel No:
(852) 2650 2607
Email:
playscope@playright.org.hk
Address:
Room 117-128, G/F, Hang Wo House,
Tai Wo Estate, Tai Po, N.T.
The nearest MTR station: Tai Wo Station exit B, turn right after passing the gate, then go down by escalator and go straight forward to PlayScope.
The nearest MTR station: Tai Wo Station exit B, turn right after passing the gate, then go down by escalator and go straight forward to PlayScope.
Getting to Know
PlayScope
About Playscope
PlayScope hopes that children can shuffle freely in a
changeable indoor
play space in any weather freely,
explore the colorful, creative and safe play
world freely, independently and spontaneously.