Top 7 Things To Do With Your Kids This Easter Long Weekend

Check out what are the kid-friendly events that's happening this Easter long weekend, including cool lawn parties and egg-citing prizes

colourful Easter eggs in hands

Egg-hunts and egg painting crafts make Easter egg-stra special.

Sentosa Egg Fiesta – Garden Edition
Wander around a whimsical Easter Garden can snap happy with colourful giant Easter eggs, faeries and bunny mascots. March 25 – 27, 10am – 3pm, Palawan Beach Sentosa, Free admission.

Pet Expo
Kids will go wild at Singapore’s largest pet-educational fair that stretches all weekend and features different types of pets from hamsters to dogs. Visitors to the event which is now in its third year can enjoy jousting competitions with pets showcasing their various talents. March 25 – 27, 11am – 8pm, Singapore Expo Hall 7. $4 per adult, Free for kids under 12 years old.

Easter Weekend Special: “Morning with Dolphins”
Enjoy a special breakfast with a view of dolphins and learn all their fun facts, before going to Dophin Island and have a close-up, hands-on interaction with the clever mammals. March 25 – 27, starts at 8.45am, S.E.A. Aquarium. $98 per adult, $78 per child 4-12 years old (each ticket include one one-day pass to S.E.A. Aquarium, one one-day pass to Adventure Cove Waterpark, one Dolphin Discovery Dated Pass and One Light Breakfast Voucher)

Car-Free Sunday SG
Catch street performances by buskers, mime artists and balloon sculptors at Connaught Drive, Esplanade Park and Empress Place. Little ones can partake in the Easter egg-painting activities or jump on the bouncy castles. March 27, 7.30am – 7pm, Kids’ Zone at Esplanade Park (Heroes Lawn). Free admission 

Easter Party At CHIJMES
Lucky eggs have been hidden across the lawn and children who find the winning ones could be rewarded with $100 worth of CHIJMES dining vouchers and other prizes. A face painter will be on hand to turn them into their favourite characters. Kids can also gets to play in the bouncy castle, and partake in an egg-and-spoon race – all these while feasting on child-friendly snacks like mini sausage rolls, vanilla cupcake with buttercream, and apple juice. March 27, 4pm – 6pm, The Lawn At CHIJMES. $10 per adult or child (Easter High Tea), and $5 for one child and one adult (Egg Hunt).

Easter Garden Party And Egg-citing Egg Hunt By Little Pixie Box
Love a picnic? This garden party promises fun craft activities, an egg hunt, gifts and nibbles in a beautiful garden setting. Limited places so send your interest to info@littlepixiebox.com rightaway. March 25 & 26, 9.30am – 11.30am, near Eco Lake, Botanic Gardens (Cluny Road entrance). $40 per child 3 – 8 years old (ticket includes fun crafts, egg-citing egg hunt, gift, snacks and a drink).

MOSH!
Even if you’re not into an egg-hunt, you can also do something cool with your kids this weekend. Visit Singapore’s first digital media edutainment facility MOSH! which boasts a play-to-learn experience for kids and adults with state-of-the-art multimedia technology from Japan. Create your own imaginary world in a virtual environment, fireworks, and a whole underwater world. 10am – 9pm daily, #03-01 Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View Sentosa. Fees: $28 per adult, $22 per child .

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