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34 Kid-Friendly Museum Exhibitions in Singapore 2024 – Sassy Mama Singapore

If you’re on the lookout for a fun, educational experience with the kids, there are plenty of kid-friendly exhibitions and free museums in Singapore to check out! A visit to a museum exhibition is a great way for kids to beat boredom and learn new things. We highlight some of the more child-friendly art exhibitions and museum exhibitions at some of our favourite spots to take the kids – from the newly revamped Keppel Art Centre for Education with immersive digital art experiences to the ArtScience museum (the FutureWorld exhibition is always a hit!), Science Centre Singapore, the National Museum Singapore and more! Most of these exhibitions have lots of interactive fun to suit any age group – plus, we’ve thrown in some other fun exhibitions around town that we think kids will enjoy. We love that there are so many free museums in Singapore and the exhibitions change regularly so there’s always something fun to come back to. Want to make it a full day? Check out our guide to the best museum + kid-friendly lunch combos, too!
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The Air Force Museum is a free museum for kids in Singapore that blends original artefacts and interactive media displays to highlight the history, heritage and values of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). Expect an engaging, hands-on experience here, as the indoor gallery lets kids learn about the RSAF through interactive displays and role-playing games, while the outdoor gallery has a number of fighter jets, missiles and anti-aircraft systems that you’ll want to snap pics of.
When: Ongoing
Opening Hours: 9am – 4pm (except Sundays, Monday, PH, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve & Lunar New Year’s Eve)
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location: Air Force Museum, 400 Airport Road, Singapore 534234
Calling all Disney fans! The highly anticipated Immersive Disney Animation exhibition makes Singapore the first stop of its Southeast Asia tour. This kid-friendly exhibition celebrates a century of animation excellence and invites you to explore the art, technology, music and creativity behind Disney’s most iconic films such as Encanto, Zootopia, Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan and The Lion King. The highlight of this 90-minute experiential exhibition is a 360-degree gallery with scenes, characters and songs from Disney animated films that will make you feel like you are right in the middle of the Disney action. Stroll through the ‘wish trail’, where you’ll get to see exhibits from Walt Disney Animation Research Library and even learn how to draw your favourite Disney characters at the interactive drawing table.
When: 18 November – 31 December 2023, various timings
Where: Sands Theatre, 4 Bayfront Ave, B1, Singapore 018973
How much: $33 – $78. Click here to purchase tickets.
Got an Avatar fan at home? Take them down Avatar: The Experience exhibition at Gardens by the Bay before it ends for an immersive experience unlike anything else! With five different zones filled with mystical creatures and mysterious plants, Avatar: The Experience will feature many exciting installations that will transport you to Pandora. Featuring Avatar-inspired sculptures such as animatronic mountain banshees, Ilu and more, click here for our full review on this enchanting exhibition.
When: 10 November 2o22 – 1 January 2024
Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm, last admission at 8pm
Admission: From $8. Click here for more info and to purchase tickets.
Exhibition Location: Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Lee Kuan Yew is no stranger to Singaporeans. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Lee Kuan Yew’s birth, the National Museum of Singapore is showing a short film about his life and his incredible contribution to our country. From snippets of his speeches over the years to a beautiful National Day facade light-up, this is a great way for kids to learn about this iconic person who transformed our little red dot.
When: 19 April – 1 January 2024
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm
Admission: Free admission for Singaporeans and PRs
Exhibition location: National Museum Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
The 4th edition of the Gallery Children’s Biennale is themed ‘Let’s Make a Better Place’, showcasing 11 art installations by international artists that spotlight four core values: Care, Collaborate, Imagine and Respect. This edition of Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023 aims to help kids understand the world they are living in and discover how they can help to create a world that will last for generations to come. Read more on what to expect at Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023 here!
When: 27 May 2023 – 31 March 2024
Opening Hours:
10am – 7pm
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs
Exhibition Location:
National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG) is the first museum dedicated to children 12 years and below. If you’re looking for a creative way to teach your kids about Singapore’s history, the interactive exhibitions at the Children’s Museum Singapore are the answer. With engaging exhibitions and safe spaces for kids to roam, explore, and play, there is no better way to get your kids excited about history. Young toddlers can explore the Play Pod – a fun area for free play – while older kids can travel back in time to learn about why our forefathers came to Singapore. Read our review here.
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs. $10 per child and $15 per adult for tourists and foreigners. Due to limited slots, walk-ins are not recommended. So, book your tickets online in advance.
When: ongoing exhibition
Exhibition Location: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B, Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
The ArtScience Museum is a gorgeous museum for kids in Singapore that houses plenty of exhibitions throughout the year that inspire creativity and wonder. One of our favourite exhibitions for kids in Singapore has to be ArtScience’s permanent exhibition FutureWorld: Where Art Meets Science. This permanent exhibition has three new interactive artworks that rethink and showcase the endless possibilities of play in a new gallery titled Exploring New Frontiers. This fantastic exhibit created in collaboration with the Japanese art and technology collective teamLab, is an interactive exploration of the “intersection between art, science, technology and culture”. There are light installations to marvel at, a giant slide to whizz down, drawing activities where you can colour with special crayons, scan your creation, and watch it appear on a live screen and more. Click here for our family-friendly guide to the ArtScience Museum.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (Last entry at 6pm)
Admission: SG Residents: $25 (adults); $20 (children) (Singapore Residents); Tourists/Foreigners: $30 (adults) & $25 (child)
Exhibition Location: ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Note: Due to space constraints, strollers are not permitted inside the exhibition, so plan accordingly! There is a designated parking area for strollers near the entrance. 
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The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in Singapore (it dates back to 1887). It delivers Singapore’s history through a massive permanent exhibition that kids aged 5 and above will enjoy walking around. The Singapore History Gallery chronicles Singapore’s journey from 700 years ago; kids can walk past the wooden ship, tinker with old-fashioned phones, and marvel at the tank. Older kids will enjoy the multi-sensory experiences like the touch-screen displays, and smelling pods. The museum’s central location also makes it great for a post-museum run-around at Fort Canning Park.
National Museum of Singapore’s latest exhibition is sure to give you bouts of nostalgia from the airport’s past! Now Boarding: Experiencing Singapore through Travel, 1800s-2000s is a travel-themed exhibition that traces the evolution of Singapore’s identity as a popular travel destination (we first started out as a bustling trading port after all!), through the eyes of those who arrived at our shores from the past to the present. Set against the backdrop of Singapore’s colonial past up to present day, visitors can explore four thematic sections aligned to the themes of transport, accommodation, food and beverage, sights and shopping. Highlights of the exhibition include the iconic analogue flip board previously located at Changi Airport and a set of Suites Cabin seats from the history-making Singapore Airlines A380.
When: 27 May 2023 – 25 February 2024
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm daily (last admission 6.30pm)
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs
Exhibition Location: National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore
Note: National Museum Singapore will be undergoing renovation works in phases from September 2023 to end-2026. Certain areas of the museum may be closed while works are being conducted. Do check ahead of your visit to be sure!
An interactive digital art installation by teamLab, Story of the Forest transforms 69 drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings into three-dimensional animations. These artworks display the country’s colonial past, various histories and more.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (last admission is 6:15pm)
Admission: Free admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and visitors aged 6 years and below
Exhibition Location: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
The Artground aims to provide positive arts experiences for all children aged 0 to 12. Part indoor playground, part interactive theatre space, on weekends it offers heaps of movement and dance workshops along with arts and craft activities. There is a range of programmes available each weekend, but pre-booking is essential. The Artground’s free playspace exhibition aims to teach little ones to clean up after themselves. Designed by three sisters aged 8, 10 and 12 who dream of creating an epic mess and playing in it, Clean Up, Or Else! encourages active exploration and play to bring home the message of shared responsibility around the house. At this free-to-enter indoor playspace kids can slide down a toilet bowl, swing across ‘dirty dishes’ and discover fun ways to help out with daily chores at home. This engaging space encourages family conversation around the values of kindness, helpfulness and responsibility over personal and shared spaces at home.
When: 16 April 2023 – 31 March 2024
Opening Hours: Four 1h15min play sessions from 9.15am – 5pm (Weds – Sundays), Closed Mondays, Tuesdays & selected PH.
Admission: FREE to enter the play space (bookings required with a refundable deposit of $15) but special programmes are ticketed. Book your slot before going. Click here to book.
Exhibition Location: The Artground, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40, Singapore 439053
The Asian Civilisations Museum is home to over 1,300 artefacts, presented across 11 galleries and spanning over 14,000m2. Excellent at providing learning opportunities for both younger and older children, ACM features age-appropriate activities, gallery-based storytelling sessions and hands-on workshops, as well as a continually updated range of exhibitions.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (Sundays – Thursdays), 10am – 9pm (Fridays)
Admission: Free for Singaporeans & Permanent Residents (permanent gallery) and $12 per adult (special gallery); $25 (adults); $20 (concession); free for kids below 6. Click here to book.
Exhibition Location: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Head to the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and discover local Chinese culture through engaging exhibitions and performances at this museum for kids in Singapore! Learn about the Zhongyuan Festival and more, at this SINGAPO人 exhibition which highlights Chinese Singaporean culture from food to music, as well as language and festivals. Learn how Chinese culture in Singapore has evolved in a way quite unlike other communities around the world, and come discover (and rediscover) what it means to be a ‘Chinese Singapo人’ today.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 2pm – 8pm (Mondays), 10am – 8pm (Tuesdays – Sundays)
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore, 018906
National Gallery Singapore is home to the largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art in the region. Within the National Gallery, the Keppel Centre for Art Education is a special exhibition space for kids where they can let their creativity run loose. They offer immersive digital and physical art experiences, where kids can paint with a digital paintbrush and experiment with shapes and colours to create art that will be projected onto the wall. Kids will get to try their hand at 3D art and join drop-in workshops to unleash their creativity! Click here to see upcoming workshops. Just be sure to book your visit online to avoid disappointment.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 12pm, 12:30pm – 7pm
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Read between the lines and develop information and media literacy skills at the National Library’s latest permanent exhibition, The News Gallery: Beyond Headlines. Divided into five zones, the exhibition, which features original copies of Singapore’s earliest newspapers and a fun, fake news-busting game for the whole family, encourages library patrons to consider the perspectives and influences that lie behind news stories. Drawing from the National Library Board’s rich collection of over 120 Singapore newspaper titles published since the 1820s, The News Gallery’s interactive exhibits will be refreshed from time to time.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location: National Library Building, Level 11, Promenade, 100 Victoria St, Singapore 188064
Ready for a fun and unique 3D experience? E-mmersive Experiential Environments at the Science Centre is an immersive exhibition that uses technology to create an experience unlike any other. With a 360 Wall Projection that uses projection mapping, you will get to interact with the natural world in a new way. Watch as the projections change from day to night and sunny to rainy as the landscape changes and play with the projected fishes on the walls when they appear. If your kiddo loves airplanes, they can have the opportunity to ‘fly’ their own plane here too! The Fly Your Dream with Flight Crafter game within this exhibition uses virtual reality to teach kids more about aviation and planes.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (Tuesdays – Sundays), Closed on Mondays
Admission: Included in Science Centre entry, FREE off-peak for residents, peak times: $4/8 child, $6/12 adult
Exhibition Location: Science Centre Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
*Note that the ‘Soar High on Birdly’ experience will be closed until further notice.
This butterfly exhibition inside Science Centre Singapore is separately ticketed, but it is a real highlight. The start of the exhibition focuses on explaining the life cycle of a butterfly and kids will enjoy stamping the trail card along each stage. But the real joy is when you get to the butterfly enclosure and are surrounded by so many species of butterflies that may land on your shoulder or flutter around your head. Magnifying glasses are set up on some of the feeding stations for kids to take a closer look at these pretty creatures.

Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (Tuesdays – Sundays), Closed on Mondays
Admission: $10
Exhibition Location: Science Centre Singapore,  2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
Future Makers Exhibitions: The Science Centre’s permanent exhibition, Future Makers, celebrates the valuable contribution that engineers have made to shape our lives. It explores day-to-day innovations as well as complex engineering marvels that have shaped and changed lives. Aimed at young adults, guests visiting Future Makers can catch a glimpse of the modern engineering world, get hands-on with the interactive exhibits and problem-solve their way through an escape room.
Phobia: The Science of Fear Exhibition: This exhibit at the Science Centre explores different phobias from the fear of being buried alive to monsters under the bed – it can be a little scary for smaller kids so best to go with tweens or older kids who can take a fright or two!
Know Your Poo Exhibition: The Science Centre’s Know Your Poo is a seriously fun exhibition that touches on the topics of human waste, toilets and sanitation. As you wind your way through the exhibition, you will discover how and why we need to poo. You also learn about the history and evolution of sanitation and toilets. The exhibition also highlights the urgent issue of the global divide. It then shows how engineering solutions might answer some of these challenges. Know Your Poo serves as a reminder that we all need to pay attention to the importance of providing good sanitation and practising good habits in order to safeguard our health and be a better society.
When: Permanent Exhibitions
Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (Tuesdays – Sundays), Closed on Mondays
Admission: Science Centre entry price: FREE off-peak for residents, peak times: $8 per child (aged 3 – 12 years old), $12 per adult
Exhibition Location: Science Centre Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
Peranakan Museum reopened in February after a revamp! The brand-new permanent galleries present exceptional objects from Peranakan material culture. Look forward to new thematic showcases, objects, interactive displays and programmes featuring the stories of Arab Peranakans, Chinese Peranakans, Chitty Melakans (or Peranakan Indians), and Jawi Peranakans. Visitors will experience nine galleries across three floors.
When: ongoing permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm daily (Fridays 10am – 9pm)
Admission: Free for SG citizens & PRs; $12 for tourists & foreigners
Exhibition Location: Peranakan Museum, 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941
A modern-day ‘edutainment’ centre that showcases the past, present and future of Singapore, the Singapore Discovery Centre is a hands-on, minds-on experience ideal for older kiddos. Learn about life in Singapore from colonial times through wars and Japanese rule right up to newer discoveries and achievements at the Through the Lens of Time permanent gallery. This interactive gallery brings families on a journey through the historical moments in Singapore as different perspectives are brought to life. Other highlights include the Black Laser Tag battlefield for immersive laser tag with the kids, the Crossfire Paintball space, iWerks Theatre for all the latest movie screenings, and the Black Lake facility, where the fam can participate in a multi-sensorial escape experience with 13 different rooms and 4 story chapters.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 12pm – 6pm (Weekdays, last entry at 5:30pm), 11am to 7pm (Weekends, last entry at 6:30pm)
Admission: Free Admission for Singaporeans and PRs, $10 (adults), $8 (children aged 3 – 12)
Exhibition Location: Singapore Discovery Centre, 510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365
The Singapore City Gallery showcases Singapore’s dramatic transformation over the past 50 years, through 40 interactive and immersive exhibits that detail the planning challenges and the innovative solutions that tackle them. Kids will love getting a bird’s eye view of large-scale architectural models – can they find their condo or home?
When: Ongoing exhibition
Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm (Mondays – Saturdays), Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Admission: Free
Exhibition Location: The URA Centre, 45 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069118
Trick Eye Museum is where you’ll have a blast taking lots of pictures that trick your eyes! Trick Eye Museum is all about optical illusions – there are six themed zones to explore. We love that you won’t find “do not touch” signs such as in the museum – visitors can freely touch and interact with all the displayed exhibits!

Ongoing exhibition
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm
Admission: $32 (adults); $28 (children)
Exhibition Location: Trick Eye Museum, 80 Siloso Road, Southside Block B, #01-04, Singapore 098969
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is one of our fave museums for kids in Singapore! There are more than 2,000 natural history specimens on display in 15 different thematic zones. The display items range from plants and amphibians to mammals, and even includes a sperm whale that was salvaged from when it was found dead off Jurong Island in 2015. Want to see a dinosaur? The permanent exhibit sees three 80% complete diplodocid sauropod fossils to gape at as well as tonnes of other animals and birds. Upstairs is a heritage gallery that includes some of the specimens that were displayed at the old Raffles Museum. This museum is best for older kids, but younger ones have been known to enjoy it too!
When: Ongoing exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Tuesdays – Sundays), Closed on Mondays
Admission: Singapore Resident Rate: $16 (adults); $9 (children); Standard Rates: $21 (adults); $13 (children)
Exhibition Location: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377 
Madame Tussauds is where kids can explore life-size wax exhibits and multi-media displays at the Images of Singapore Museum on Sentosa. Designed to immerse families in our little red dot’s culture and history, kids can watch the multi-screen theatre presentations (and maybe even learn a thing or two). Bring the camera along, too, and get ready to take pictures with the wax exhibitions.
When: Ongoing exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Daily, booking is required to enter the museum)
Admission: Full experience tickets include Images of Singapore LIVE, Spirit of Singapore boat ride, Marvel Universe 4D Experience, Ultimate Film Star Experience and Madame Tussauds Singapore. Adult $42.50, Children (3 – 12 years) $30 when you book online!
Exhibition Location: Madame Tussauds, Sentosa, 40 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099700
Have a kid who loves all things naval vessels? The Singapore Navy Museum near Changi Naval Base has now reopened and is a great place to learn more about the Singapore Navy. You can take a closer look at the components from early warships and guns, displays of model submarines and even ships of the RSN in a water tank. Don’t miss the outdoor viewing deck on the second level that provides a wide view of the museum’s outdoor exhibits of old guns and weapon systems from decommissioned ships such as the County-class Landing Ship Tank, Patrol Vessel B-class and Missile Gunboat. There are also models of missiles, torpedoes and guns that are currently in service. Free entry!
When: Ongoing
Opening Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 12pm – 5pm; Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 3pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location:
112 Tanah Merah Coast Road, Singapore 498794
Visit Singapore’s first and most comprehensive private gemmology museum where you will get the chance to see a wide variety of gemstones, rocks and minerals. Discover the process of how these gems are formed, beginning with the formation of the rocks to the extraction of the gems. Admission is free so be sure to head down for a learning journey on the transformation of gemstones and explore the history behind these gemstones that have been collected from around the world.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 12pm – 5pm (Tuesday – Friday), 11am – 3pm (Saturday); Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Admission: Free! Register your time slot here.
Exhibition Location: The Gem Museum, 9 Perak Road, Singapore 208130
Opened in 2015, the Indian Heritage Centre houses five permanent galleries with different exhibitions, a museum shop as well as programming and activity spaces. Indians in Singapore is a permanent exhibition at this museum for kids. The exhibit displays artefacts and interactive displays that tell the history of interactions between South and Southeast Asia. The exhibition depicts the experiences of the Indian community in both Singapore and Malaya during the colonial period and highlights the contributions of the Indian and South Asian communities to Singapore’s nation-building efforts.
When: Permanent Exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Tuesdays – Sundays), Closed on Mondays
Admission: Free for Singaporeans, PRs and kids under 6; $8 (standard adult); $5 (kids)
Exhibition Location: Indian Heritage Centre, 5 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209924
If you have a DC fan at home, take them to XM Studios to check out the region’s most extensive collection of collectible statues! The store exhibits art collectables with sections set aside for the various comics universes – DC, Marvel, Transformers, Japanese stalwarts Ultraman and Godzilla, plus Star Wars too.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm (Daily)
Admission: Free!
Exhibition Location: XM Store, 809 French Road, Kitchener Complex, Level 3, Singapore 200809
While this isn’t a free exhibition, Changi Experience Studio is certainly a fun, interactive experience that will entertain the whole family for an hour or so. Hop on a stationary bike and join the virtual race to re-live the epic runway race between an airplane and a Ferrari. Go behind the scenes to discover the rich history of Changi Airport, engage in some friendly competition at interactive digital game stations and virtually play your favourite instrument to join the musical symphony at the Garden of Harmony.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm (weekdays), 10am – 8pm (weekends & PH), last admission at 7pm
Admission: $25 per adult & $17 per child. Click here to purchase tickets.
Exhibition location: Changi Experience Studio, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666
Sustainable Singapore Gallery is a free museum all about sustainability. It’s an interactive gallery that allows you to discover different aspects of Singapore’s journey towards a more sustainable lifestyle and culture. Learn about how climate change impacts our densely populated city-state and find out the simple steps that you and the kids can take today to help combat climate change at home. Regain a sense of appreciation for the precious, clean water that is widely available throughout Singapore and peek behind the scenes at where our clean water comes from.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm
Admission: Free!
Exhibition location: Sustainable Singapore Gallery, Level 2, Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018951
Does your kiddo love firetrucks? Head over to the Singapore Civil Defence Heritage Gallery where you can marvel at firetrucks and learn all about how these everyday heroes work tirelessly to protect the people and nation. Older kids will be intrigued by the latest firefighting and rescue technology that empowers them to carry out rescue operations. Selected Fire Stations on Saturday mornings over two time slots – 9am to 9:50am or 10am to 10:50am. Both time slots are guided tours. To visit the Emergency Preparedness Centre or the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery, be sure to submit your request online here. Tots will love this experience where they can learn about the cool Emergency Vehicles and their capabilities, watch a demo on donning the full firefighting protective gear, and see how the equipment is used (nothing beats seeing those massive sprays in person!).
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
Admission: Free!
Exhibition location: Civil Defence Heritage Gallery, 62 Hill Street, Singapore 179367
Most of us don’t think about the important role that the maritime industry has in our daily lives. Take the kids down to the Singapore Maritime Gallery, where you can learn about Singapore’s rich maritime heritage and discover how Singapore remains a vital global hub port. At the PlayPort, younger kids can play with magnetic shapes on the wall to create their own ship, while older kids can head to Cargo Dash to play virtual games and race against time to move containers to the correct spot.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm daily (except Mondays and PHs)
Where: Singapore Maritime Gallery, Marina South Pier, Level 2, 31 Marina Coastal Drive, Singapore, 018988
How much: Free!
Everyone knows the iconic Singapore Flyer, but not many know there’s a super cool Time Capsule experience that takes you on an interactive journey to reminisce on Singapore’s past, present and future. Watch the kids light up as the time travel robot R65 takes you back to Singapore’s humble origins and reminds you of how far we’ve come as a nation. This experience comes in a bundle package with the Singapore Flyer so you can end the journey in awe of Singapore’s stunning skyline.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 10am – 9:30pm, daily including PH
Where: Singapore Flyer, 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
How much: $25 per child, $40 per adult. Click here to purchase tickets.
kid-friendly exhibitions - The Artground @ One Holland Village
While this isn’t quite an exhibition, we just have to mention  The ArtGround indoor playground at One Holland Village that features a unique play concept for little tots (best for little ones up to 5 years old). There’s a curious garden with a treehouse, gnomes and toadstools that will spark creativity and imagination in the kiddos. We reckon it just about fits into this guide thanks to the Arts-Based Sensory Storytelling Curriculum that is part of term programmes and weekend art-based programmes, where parents, grandparents and children can bond over art & craft activities. Be sure to bring along non-slip grip socks as they are mandatory for everyone (except pre-walking babies). If you forget, you can purchase a pair onsite for $3.
When: Permanent exhibition
Opening Hours: 9:15am – 6:15pm (1hr 15min play sessions). Check their Instagram page for the latest schedule.
Admission: $10 per family (up to 5 pax). Purchase tickets on-site.
Exhibition location: The Artground @ One Holland Village, 7 Holland Village Way #01-20, One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Plastic is in so many products that we use on a daily basis from packaging to footwear, furniture, household goods and more. However, it has also negatively impacted our environment and lost its utopian appeal. Plastic: Remaking Our World depicts the history and future of this widely used material and features over 300 objects, posters, film and photographs from Vitra Design Museum and shines light on the use of plastic and sustainability in Singapore.
When: 27 January – 23 June 2024
Opening Hours: 10am – 6:30pm
Admission: $5 for Singaporeans and PRs (adults). Click here to purchase tickets.
Exhibition location: National Museum Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
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