What: The new permanent exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, Future World is an fully immersive digital universe featuring art installations that come to life! Set in a 1500 square metre space and over four key narratives (Nature, Town, Park and Space) your kids are going to have a great time running about and interactive with the digital art installations.
What: Explore the world of monkeys and other primates through stamps and other philatelic materials at the Singapore Philatelic Museum. The exhibition is held in conjunction with 2016 being the year of the monkey in the Chinese zodiac.
Price: Free admission for Singapore citizens and permanent residents. Adult S$6, Child S$4.
What: A visual arts exhibition and workshop comprising of storytelling and stimulating environments that take children on different learning journeys. Held at the ION Art Gallery, the two hour workshop will stimulate children’s five senses with exciting stories and drama.
What: From art jams to workshops that let you create interesting items, kids will love the Playeum! Filled with activities for both kids and their families, Playeum works with some of Singapore’s finest creatives to come up with a range of inviting and open-ended activities for kids.
What: A dedicated art facility for kids by the National Gallery, the Keppel Centre for Art Education allows for hands on experiences with Singapore-based artists. Kids are immersed in story telling, painting and craft workshops to keep them on their toes.
Price: Free entry for Singapore citizens and permanent residents.