Top 5 kid-friendly museums in Singapore

August 16, 2017
  • Artscience Museum
    1 / 5 Artscience Museum

    The Future World Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands is Singapore’s largest interactive digital playground — and a virtual kaleidoscope of colours and experiences.

    Warning: your little one might just explode with joy.

    Where: 6 Bayfront Avenue

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  • National Gallery Singapore
    2 / 5 National Gallery Singapore

    With various art programmes for kids, the Gallery also has a Children’s Museum where your little ones can role play as an artist in studio.

    Oh, and the popular Children’s Biennale is running till October 8 2017.

    Where: 1 Saint Andrew’s Road

    Related: Review: Dreams & Stories, Gallery Children’s Biennale

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  • Peranakan Museum
    3 / 5 Peranakan Museum

    The free Young Explorer Club entitles you and your kids to family-friendly activities where you discover more about the rich Peranakan culture.

    Where: 39 Armenian Street

    Related: 5 things you must see at the National Museum’s new exhibition, Witness to War: Remembering 1942

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  • Singapore Art Museum
    4 / 5 Singapore Art Museum

    Learning Gallery hosts many exhibitions dedicated to nurturing children’s creativity, such as its Once Upon This Island.

    Where: 71 Bras Basah Road

    Related: Boston for kids: Why the Boston Children’s Museum is worth a visit

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  • Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
    5 / 5 Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

    Which kids wouldn’t dig the dinosaur skeletons on display, constructed from real discovered remains?

    16 thematic zones enthrall you with the dirverse animals and wildlife of Southeast Asia.

    Where: 2 Conservatory Drive

    Text: Candy Lim and Atifa Othman/The Finder

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