More than 42 Activities for Kids this March School Holidays 2022 (Singapore) Cheekie Monkies

Just like that, the first school term of 2022 has ended and with it comes the 9-day long March School Holidays. There are loads of activities – both onsite and virtual – for kids happening all around Singapore so take your pick from more than 42 activities happening this School Holidays!

March On 2022

Now to 13 Mar 2022; Various Timings

Esplanade

FREE & Ticketed

March On is Esplanade’s annual children’s festival that explores relevant issues for children below 12 years old and their families through multi-disciplinary programmes and participatory arts experiences. At the heart of this year’s festival is the question: How does a child’s environment impact their learning and growth? Explore the answers at the festival’s participatory arts experiences and multi-disciplinary programmes for families. View the FULL listing of all activities HERE.

Goodman Grows Weekend

12 Mar 2022, Various timings

Goodman Arts Centre & online

Ticketed & free programmes

Spring right into the heart of arts and nature with the Goodman Grows Weekend this March! Join in for an eclectic arts experience located within an urban community farm setting, with over 15 creative hands-on activities and nature-inspired adventures to engage your senses as you explore the Goodman Arts Centre grounds.

Discover how nature and the environment inspire artists in the interactive workshops, learn more about growing food using Permaculture principles at the Goodman Grows community farm, and browse through the Down to Earth Market for handcrafted wares and eco-friendly items. Get a rare peak into the artists’ studios as they open up their work space for you. For more details, visit HERE.

PLAYtime! 2022: Catch a Breath

Now to 13 Mar 2022

Weekday Timings: 9.30am & 11.30am | Weekend Timings: 11am, 2.30pm & 4.30pm

Esplanade Theatre Studio

From $20

At first there was one, and then two, and then three. They catch breaths from one another, learning to play quickly and slowly. Creating playscapes that are out of this world, the three experiment with one another, making sounds, shapes and colours, and playing off on each other’s energy. Harnessing the power of breaths, they make different objects move up and down, fast and slow.

Catch a Breath! is a performance that revolves around the strength and power of breath. Given so little attention, breathing is the root of movement and emotions that evolves with feelings. This performance draws attention to the intangible strength of breathing through physical theatre. Combined with puppetry, the performance shows the little ones how they can use breathing to centre themselves through difficult situations, and be more mindful and empathetic towards difference. Book tickets HERE.

March Holidays Family Fun @ NMS

12 – 19 Mar 2022; Various Timings

National Museum of Singapore

FREE

There is “march” to see and do at the museum this March holidays! Choose from a range of on-site and online programmes including storytelling sessions, workshops, artefact hunts and more. Don’t miss the two drop-in activity spaces, where families are invited to take a closer look at inter-generational artworks and exchanges, and get inspired to spark your own family conversations. For a complete list of activities and programmes, visit HERE.

ENJOY ‘MARCH’ FUN AT CHANGI EXPERIENCE STUDIO

12 – 20 Mar 2022; Various Timings

Changi Experience Studio, Jewel Changi Airport

Charges apply

Looking for a great way to bond with your child this March school holidays? Spend a fun-filled day together in an exciting amazing race-style Changi Sustainability Quest through Changi Airport.  Sign up as a parent-child pair or a family team, and learn about our airport’s green efforts. After the fun quest, enjoy creating your bespoke reusable tote bag using flower petals and leaves recycled from the Changi nursery, in a unique ‘Hapa Zome’ (Japanese floral printmaking) craft workshop!

Wish to cultivate an innovator’s mindset in your child from young? Those with older kids between 9 to 14 years old, hone your child’s creative problem-solving skills in this “A Day in the Life of a Changi Trolley” Design Thinking Workshop. At this highly creative educational workshop, will learn the key elements of design thinking – from empathising with problems and identifying needs of travellers… letting their imagination run wild with ideas… to creating prototypes of their re-imagined airport of the future! For more information on the programmes, visit HERE.

A Barn-ful of Joy

Now to 20 Mar 2022

Marina Square, Central Atrium

FREE

 

Step into a lovely world of balloons filled with adorable farm animals this March School Holidays! Make your way through the floral gateway filled with apples and luscious grapes and get up close to your favourite animal friends!  

MAKE YOUR BALLOON ANIMAL WORKSHOP

18 March, 1pm (Duck) & 4pm (Rabbit)

19 March, 1pm (Sheep) & 4pm (Rabbit)

20 March, 1pm (Sheep) & 4pm (Duck)

 Workshop Venue: Unit next to Beyond Pancakes (#03-131A)

Bond with your kids this March school holidays and learn how to make an animal balloon sculpture together. You’ll learn how to twist and sculpt a duck, rabbit or sheep at this 1.5hr fun workshop. Interested parents can sign-up for the workshop at $25 per team (1 parent & 1 child) at our Customer Service Counter. Each team will also receive a $10 Pororo Park Voucher and a Kiztopia Coin Pouch worth $14.50 on the day of workshop. Seats are limited, capped to 20 teams per workshop. Registration is on first-come first-served basis.

InsPIre 2022

12 – 20 Mar 2022

10am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 4:30pm

Science Centre Singapore

FREE (Science Centre admission charges apply)

Join in this March to test your mathematical knowledge on common geometric shapes and measurements! Crack your brains to memorise as many digits of our favourite irrational number, pi, and walk away with prizes! It’s a mathematical challenge for everyone, in and out of school!

Pi Memory Challenge

Test your memory with the famous irrational number, pi! Challenge your brain and memorise as many digits of pi in one try!

Well of Knowledge

Put your addition and subtraction skills to the test to unlock the treasure hidden beneath this water well, while learning about Singapore’s water conservation efforts!

Find My Area!

Explore the exhibitions to find the 3 chosen shapes in the exhibitions. Measure the missing dimensions to calculate their area!

Bubble Art Workshop

12 – 20 Mar 2022 (except 15 Mar)

Session 1: 2pm to 3pm  | Session 2: 3.15pm to 4.15pm

Neptune Cove, Wild Wild Wet

FREE (Pre-registration required)

These workshops are open to the public and admission to the workshop is free. Participants may only access Neptune Cove. Those who wish to enjoy Wild Wild Wet rides may purchase advance tickets on Wild Wild Wet’s website. Sign up HERE.

*Limited slots per day, allocation will be based on first-come-first-served basis. Upon successful registration, a confirmation email will be sent.

Little Adventurers at Indian Heritage Centre

12 – 20 Mar 2022; Various times

Indian Heritage Centre

Free admission for all Singaporeans & Permanent Residents (PRs)

Workshops charges apply

Calling all Little Adventurers! Let’s Get Crafty at the Indian Heritage Centre! Join in for a line-up of exciting workshops and a variety of craft activities daily to get your creative juices going. Visit HERE for more details.

Jurassic Dinosaur – Adventure Park

Now to 20 Mar 2022

Monday to Friday: 12:00pm – 9:30pm | Saturday, Sunday, Eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays: 10am – 9:30pm

Let’s Play @D’Marquee, Downtown East

Monday to Friday : $25 | Saturday, Sunday, Eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays: $28

[Jurassic Dinosaur – Adventure Park] Interactive indoor playground is here in Singapore for the first time, located at Let’s Play @D’Marquee, Downtown East. Charming display of primeval forest area and featuring different kinds of dinosaurs, area offers great photo opportunities and viewing pleasure. This Family Entertainment Centre offers a vast variety of games where the children can play in, a haven for all children; games such as, dinosaur riding area, soft playing area, volcano trampoline, dinosaur train, shooting game, 3-meter volcano area and many more! For tickets, visit HERE.

One Last Boogie @ USS

Now to 27 Mar 2022

Universal Studios Singapore

Admission charges apply

USS’ Madagascar zone will be closing soon (to make way for the Minions), but not before hosting its wildest celebration yet! Join Alex, Gloria, King Julien, Rico, Skipper, Private and Kowalski from DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar, as they meet and greet you in their current home one last time. It will be a roaring event filled with fun, laughter and music, so be sure to capture moments that you’ll cherish and share. What’s more, come evening time, you’ll get to catch the stars as they ride out on amazing floats. For more information and tickets, visit HERE.

March Bricks Fun

Now to 27 Mar 2022

Suntec City

This March school holidays, discover the amazing world of brick builds at Suntec City in ‘March Bricks Fun’! From 11 – 27 March, enjoy a brick-ing good time at the mall with an exclusive bricks exhibition (free admission) showcasing never-seen-before builds, as well as shopping rewards, exciting deals and discounts for Suntec+ members only!

Exclusive Bricks Exhibition

14 – 27 March 2022 | 10am – 10pm daily | Suntec City, North Atrium

The EnBlock Brick Convention will be landing at Suntec City from 14 – 27 March, free for public admission! This not-to-be-missed exhibition promises to wow you with spectacular brick builds constructed by a community of local LEGO® enthusiasts. Enjoy a wide variety of fantastic builds of all shapes and sizes, ranging from city builds, medieval castle models, mechas and more. The exhibition also features 20 never-before-seen builds exclusive to Suntec City. Don’t miss the chance to see these incredible creations up close, for great photo opportunities!

Total Defence 2022 @ Singapore Discovery Centre

Now to 31 Mar 2022

Singapore Discovery Centre

FREE (for most activities)

Commemorate Total Defence Day 2022 through a series of family-friendly hands-on activities, films as well as immersive exhibits and tours at Singapore Discovery Centre. These include the Totes, et al. Defence special showcase, and immersive exhibits at the Permanent Exhibits Gallery: Through The Lens of Time and Sandbox. Experience what life was like during the Japanese Occupation with the When It Was Syonan-To dramatised tour. Other activities include a series of Singapore Stories film screenings at iWERKS Theatre, and a thrilling 4D multi-sensory ride experience on XD Theatre Ride: Total Defence Special, featuring Operation Lightning Crush and What You Cannot Defend, You Don’t Own. For more information, visit HERE.

Welcome Le Le!

12 – 31 Mar 2022

River Wonders

Admission charges apply

Local Residents’ Exclusive: Enjoy up to 20% off admission tickets to River Wonders!

Celebrate the birth of our very own baby Panda. Put your Giant Panda knowledge to the test with interactive quizzes and snap a photo with our adorable Panda family mascots! Le Le can’t wait to meet you, so bring your family to visit our Panda family at River Wonders today!

Stu-PANDA-ous Meet and Greet

12 – 20, 26 & 27 Mar 2022 | 10.45am, 2.45pm and 4.45pm | Giant Panda Courtyard

Say “Hi” to the Panda family mascots and take home a family photo together with them!

Lem’s Bestiary Illustrated by Mróz

Now to End Mar 2022

10am – 1pm & 2pm – 5pm

Science Centre Singapore

FREE (Science Centre admission charges apply)

Embark on a journey into the inquisitive mind of Stanisław Lem – renowned Polish science-fiction writer, futurologist, and philosopher – and marvel at selected illustrations depicting characters from his works!

Sakura featuring tokidoki

Now to 3 Apr 2022; 9am – 9pm daily

Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Admission charge to Flower Dome applies

Fubuki, Ichiyo, Haru & Harumi, Yoshino and Sakurako – tokidoki’s five magical Unicornos – join the ever-popular characters SANDy and Donutella in making their debut at this year’s Sakura floral display. Spot the colourful tokidoki characters in a landscape featuring torii gates, hanami settings, Japanese floral art by Ikebana International Singapore, and a display of Japanese carp streamers known as koinobori on loan from the Japanese Association, Singapore. Take in the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms as you explore a magical giant box with marumado, or traditional round Japanese windows with a view. For more information, visit HERE.

The World of Nickelodeon Singapore

Now to 17 Apr 2022; 10am – 10pm

Let’s Play @ #03-208/209 – Marina Square

From $32

The first-ever Nickelodeon-themed entertainment centre to hit our shores is the perfect destination for families to have a fun day out! A World of immersive games await you; A world of immersive games await you: Get to go on a Jellyfish Hunt, join the Adventure Bay Fire Rescue, try The Ninja Vertical Challenge, and have the bounciest time ever at the Jungle Jump-a-thon. Recharge at the one-of-a-kind Slime Lounge, before hitting the Bikini Bottom Bubble Bash or a final Mutant Mission!  

Standby your cameras for the show locations that you’ve always wanted to visit, and lookout for opportunities to meet your favourite Nickelodeon characters. Family-friendly delights for fans of all ages! More information and book tickets HERE.

Changi’s Sweetest Treat

Now to 3 May 2022

Changi Airport

Head on down to Changi’s Sweetest Treat and sign your kids up for a variety of engaging and interactive S.M.A.R.T workshops. From Storytelling, to Magic, to Arts & Crafts, to Robotics and Technology workshops these classes are sure to keep your little ones engaged. For every S$50 spent in a single receipt, you can purchase a discounted S.M.A.R.T workshop pass!

But that’s not all – Snap and capture wonderful family memories by posing with iconic giant-sized Chupa Chups Lollipop installations around Terminal 3! For more information, visit HERE.

Music In The Meadows

by Singapore Symphony Orchestra

12 March 2022; 6:30pm

The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay

FREE (Registration required)

For the first time in two years, the SSO returns to the Gardens by the Bay as a full string orchestra! Join us at this relaxing evening of English string music, a musical genre beloved for its tuneful vigour, nostalgia and rapturous beauty. The concert will be performed live to an on-site audience, and livestreamed on SSO’s YouTube channel as well as SSO and Gardens by the Bay’s Facebook pages at 6.30pm. *NOTE: Registration required for onsite attendance. Book tickets HERE.

Learning Forest Tour

12 Mar 2022; 9am – 10am

Singapore Botanic Gardens, Visitor Services at Tyersall Gate

FREE (Registration required)

The Learning Forest features a network of boardwalks and elevated walkways that allow visitors to explore habitats ranging from a freshwater forest wetland to a lowland rainforest. Visitors can learn about freshwater forest wetland ecosystems at the Keppel Discovery Wetlands and walk amongst a collection of some of the tallest tree species in Southeast Asia at the SPH Walk of Giants. 

*Registration: Visitor Services, Tyersall Gate (required 15 minute before session starts, on a first-come-first-serve basis). Limited slots available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Social distancing requirements apply.

Gateway Arts Kids Club Storytelling 2022

12 & 19 Mar 2022; 10.30am 

Gateway Theatre Dance Studio

FREE (Refundable $10 deposit to prevent no-shows)

The Imperfect Water Pot [In-Venue: Sat 12 Mar, 10:30am]

There was once a water pot with a crack. She was sad as she was not perfectly smooth like other pots. One day she discovered something that would change how she felt about it! Join our Young Storyteller from The Storytelling Centre to find out more! Tickets HERE.

The Golden Cucumber Girl [In-Venue: Sat 19 Mar, 10:30am]

There was a woman who wanted a child. An ogre took advantage and granted her a wish on one condition. Join our Young Storyteller from The Storytelling Centre to find out how a baby girl was born from a cucumber and why it would get her into trouble! Tickets HERE.

*NOTE: Gateway Arts Kids Club is a free programme. To deter no-shows for its In-Venue sessions and ensure that seats do not go to waste, entry for our In-Venue sessions are based on a refundable ticket deposit. As such, the deposit of $10 or $20 will be refunded in cash upon entry into the studio.

“Swan lake” Ballet Performance

12 Mar & 13 Mar 2022; 4.30pm

Gateway Theatre

From $42

Enjoy a magical evening of exquisite Ballet and witness a classic story of magic and love brought to life. Singapore’s premier school of Vaganova Ballet Method, School of Russian Ballet.Singapore will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary with this production of the World famous Ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky‘s mastery of music. Swan Lake was staged in 1877 on the stage of Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Russia.  Our production will also feature original choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with adaptations for our young dancers. Tickets HERE.

SAMily Funday

13 Mar 2022; 1pm – 5pm

SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark

FREE

SAMily FUNDAY is designed for all ages. Come play and explore the fascinating possibilities of contemporary art. See the full programme lineup HERE.

Fascinating Creatures of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

(An Interactive Virtual Programme)

15 Mar 2022; 10am – 10.30am

via Zoom

FREE

Learn more about the fascinating biodiversity of our local flora and fauna and the habitats they live in during this interactive programme. Children will have the opportunity to roleplay as different animals found within the Gardens in this interactive sharing session and learn more about them and their symbiotic relationship with the environment. Suitable for children from N2 – P2.

*Pre-registration required and the Zoom link will be sent to successful registrants. Register HERE.

Plant-enstein: Growing Kitchen Scraps & Upcycling Planters

(An Interactive Virtual Programme)

16 Mar 2022; 10am – 11am

via Zoom

FREE

Did you know that you can regrow vegetables from leftover kitchen scraps? Learn how to create your very own Plant-enstein from unused parts of different vegetables. Children will learn how to plant vegetable parts to regrow them into a new plant and upcycle containers into an attractive planter. Suitable for children in P1 – P6.

*Pre-registration required and the Zoom link will be sent to successful registrants. Register HERE.

Meet our Pet Ambassadors

(A Virtual Tour)

17 Mar 2022; 10am – 10.30am

FREE

via Zoom

Join us on this virtual tour and meet NPark’s furry and friendly pet ambassadors! You will learn about their behaviour and needs, as well as whether you should consider the option of adoption when deciding to get one. Participants will also get the opportunity to learn basic pet care tips during this interactive tour on how to be a responsible pet owner. Suitable for children from K2 – P6.

*Pre-registration required and the Zoom link will be sent to successful registrants. Register HERE.

OddSocks

17 Mar – 20 Mar 2022

Thu & Fri: 9:30am & 11:30am | Sat & Sun: 11am & 4:30pm

Gateway Theatre

S$30

OddSocks is a fun and quirky theatre production about the beauty in differences. With a little magic, a dash of humour and lots of socks, it explores what it means to be the odd one out in a world of sameness.  Get ready to spot the odd sock!

This performance will empower children to be brave and embrace their unique identities no matter how difficult it might seem to be. Recommended age: 3 to 10 years old and their families. Tickets HERE.

Gardeners’ Day Out – Edibles Discovery Tour

19 Mar 2022; 9am – 10am

HortPark

FREE (Registration required)

Excite your taste buds as we discover the various edibles that can be grown in your backyard and balcony spaces. Learn about heirloom edibles used in cooking and sustainable gardening practices.

Registration is compulsory. Guided tours are limited to 20 pax only. Registration will close once all slots are taken. Register HERE.

Gardeners’ Day Out – Bees and Butterflies Trail Tour

19 Mar 2022; 9am – 10am

HortPark

FREE (Reqistration required)

Explore the relationship between these pollinators and plants in the garden and their significance. Gain a greater appreciation of Singapore’s rich diversity of bees and butterflies.

Registration is now open. Guided tours are limited to 20 pax only. Registration will close once all slots are taken. Register HERE.

Archives Explorer: Commercial Break

(An Interactive Virtual Programme)

19 Mar 2022; 11am – 12pm

Online Event

FREE (Registration required)

Have a go at identifying famous faces and iconic brands – or even sing along to familiar jingles – in television ads of the 90s! In this online workshop, learn what makes a great advertisement and how commercials influence the way we shop and what we buy. Suitable for children aged 9 to 12 years old. Register for a slot HERE.

Francophonie Festival

19 Mar 2022; 12.30pm, 3.00pm, 5.30pm

Flower Field Hall (Next to Flower Dome entrance), Gardens by the Bay

FREE (Pre-registration required)

Celebrate the French language and the values and cultural diversity of Francophonie countries from 10 to 28 March in Singapore! Placed under the theme of sustainability, climate change, biodiversity and the environment, the 2022 edition of the Francophonie Festival offers 18 programmes such as the visit of the world first hydrogen vessel  Energy Observer, the not-to-be-missed Francophonie Film Festival, a multicultural and gastronomic market as well as exhibitions, panel discussions and many more! Enjoy a selection of films, all touching on different aspects of environmental sustainability, screened at Gardens by the Bay as part of this year’s Francophonie Festival in Singapore. For more information and to register, visit HERE.

Brickosaurs World

Now to 3 May 2022

Singapore Zoo & River Wonders

Admission charges apply

Gear up for an expedition to explore the Brickosaurs World. Identify the flying dinosaurs as you gaze up in the sky, uncover buried dino bones hidden in the land, or let your imagination go wild as you paint prehistoric fossils found in the river. Discover more than 60 Brickosaurs structures built with over 1.5 million toy bricks! From tiny raptors to the gigantic T-Rex weighing 1,964kg, meet all your favourite dinosaurs that took the builders a total of 8,548 hours to complete! Get to bedazzle your own dino mask, or create your own origami dinosaurs to bring home. For more information on all activities, visit HERE.

PLUS! Local residents with a valid WildPass (free to sign up) get to enjoy 50% off admission to Singapore Zoo, Night Safari or Jurong Bird Park with promo code “MARCHHOL50”! 

Textures

Now to 3 Apr 2022

Various neighbourhoods & online

FREE

The fifth edition of Textures, an annual literary festival that celebrates Singapore literature (Sing Lit) and those in the literary arts industry returns from 4 March to 3 April 2022. Organised by Arts House Limited (AHL), this year’s festival with the theme The Great Escape, is curated by critically-acclaimed, multi-disciplinary artist Jason Wee for a second consecutive year. Following The Bottled City in 2021, the festival continues to bring Singapore writing to the heartlands. The Great Escape invites audiences to let their imaginations run free and escape into the imaginative terrains of Singapore Literature. For the full listing of programmes, visit HERE.

WWF-Singapore’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail

Now to 9 Apr 2022; 5am – 2am daily

Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay

FREE

The tigers are coming to the Gardens! Gardens by the Bay is proud to support and participate at the World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF- Singapore)’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail 2022, which takes place from 26 February to 9 April.

The 3-part island-wide trail zooms in on tiger conservation and other key environmental causes facing the planet today in a bid to use art as a vehicle to educate and spark discussion and action. 8 out of the 33 tiger sculptures will be displayed at the Gardens as the largest collection of sculptures in the event. What’s more, visitors can pick up a free Tiger Trail Passport to embark on a mini adventure trail around the Supertree Grove or participate in a series of fun quizzes, as well as Instagram AR filters that can be unlocked as you encounter different sculptures! For more information, visit HERE.

Dislocations: Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942

Now to 29 May 2022; 10am – 7pm daily

National Museum of Singapore

Free Admission for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents

Dislocations: Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942 is a commemorative exhibition to mark the 80th anniversary of the British Surrender to the Imperial Japanese Army in Singapore on 15 February 1942. It features a blend of physical objects, documents and oral histories woven into specially designed spaces meant to evoke reflections and conversations among visitors, as they explore the notion of “war memory” and the different ways it can be remembered and retold.

Dislocations also utilises interactive methods such as augmented reality and gamification to present different aspects of the war, as well as invites visitors to consider how the centenary of the Fall of Singapore in 2042 will be celebrated. Find out more about the Fall of Singapore and understand why we need to safeguard Singapore’s security and success ourselves. More details of the exhibition can be found HERE.

Otah & Friends Volume 2: Blast Off

Now to 30 Jun 2022

Weekdays: 2pm – 8pm (last slot 7pm) | Weekends, School Holidays & Public Holidays: 10am – 8pm (last slot 7pm)

Cannonball Room (Beside Supertree Food Hall at Supertree Grove), Gardens by the Bay

$24 per pax

Otah & Friends is back with a brand new adventure following a super successful Volume 1: Hide & Seek! It’s build-a-rocket day at school! Help Otah the otter and Billy the hornbill find and assemble a rocket. Unlock the launch control centre and blast off into space!

Otah & Friends is a family entertainment brand that creates story-based micro-attractions inspired by Singapore’s wildlife. Follow the adventures of Otah the otter as he introduces new friends, locations and missions across our volumes. Look forward to imaginative storytelling, elaborate multi-room set design and original gameplay for the entire family! For tickets, visit HERE.

New Light on an Old Tale: 80th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

Now to 30 Jun 2022; 10am – 9pm daily

National Archives of Singapore

FREE

“New Light on an Old Tale” is an exhibition organised by the National Archives of Singapore to mark the 80th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore (15 February 1942). The exhibition showcases artefacts from private collections as well as archival records which hold intimate and little-known stories about World War II and continue to be witnesses to pivotal events that have shaped the history of Singapore. 

Accompanying the exhibition is a series of related programmes that together present the events of World War II and the Japanese Occupation of Singapore in a new light. For more information and registration, visit HERE.

Jumptopia: Wonder Garden

Now to 3 Jul 2022; 10.00am – 7.45pm daily

Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay

$18/pax OR purchase through Klook at $13/pax when you pay using GrabPay
Follow Kiztopia Friends into the gardens and watch them transform Bayfront Pavilion into an amazing Wonder Garden that is set to dazzle and capture the hearts of all! With 8 unique play concepts occupying 8,600 sq ft of space, little ones can look forward to conquering garden-themed bouncy castles, capturing IG-worthy shots, bringing home limited-edition souvenirs, and even enjoying yummy bites by Kith Café! Get discounted tickets via Klook HERE.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition

Now to 3 Jul 2022; 10am – 7pm daily

ArtScience Museum

Singapore Residents: Adult: S$18, Child: S$14

Tourists: Adult: S$21, Child: S$16

Enter a world where humanity is on the brink of extinction. Attack on Titan, the best-selling dark fantasy manga and anime series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama takes place in a world where the last humans are hiding behind walls to fight against mindless gigantic humanoids. Attack on Titan: The Exhibition introduces visitors to the rich characters, themes and intricate worldbuilding of this global cultural phenomenon.

Featuring over 150 artworks by Hajime Isayama ranging from the manga’s earliest days to the present, the exhibition will also showcase new pieces that have not been displayed anywhere else in the world, alongside drafts and sketches from his archives. Step into Isayama’s sprawling dystopia and experience an immersive battle sequence set in the Great Titan Theatre as well as displays of Titans, characters and objects from the manga. For tickets, visit HERE.

*Advisory 16 (Mature Content): The exhibition contains mature themes that are best suited to audiences 16 years and older. Viewer discretion and parental guidance are advised.

Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections

Now to 3 Jul 2022; 10am – 7pm daily

ArtScience Museum

Singapore Residents: Adult: S$6, Child: S$6

Tourists: Adult: S$6, Child: S$6

Hope from Chaos marks the second anniversary of the arrival of the COVID-19 virus into Singapore. Discover the science of infectious diseases and reflect on life during a global pandemic.

Find out about the pathology of viruses and the isolation and rituals of care that have become familiar to so many of us. Consider the challenges of falling ill with COVID-19, and the rites and practices that have helped artists to work through these challenges. These artworks might help us all tune into our feelings and emotions as we navigate the chaos of this pandemic. For more information, visit HERE.

Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller

Now to 10 Jul 2022; 10am – 7pm daily

ArtScience Museum

Singapore Residents: Adult: S$18, Child: S$14

Tourists: Adult: S$21, Child: S$16

Journey through the universe of inventor and visionary, Buckminster Fuller who worked across multiple disciplines including art, science, architecture and design. Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller is a journey through the universe of an unclassifiable investigator, inventor and visionary. Buckminster Fuller worked across multiple disciplines including art, architecture, design, engineering, metaphysics, mathematics and education.

Ahead of his time, he devised a way to combine design and science with a mission to change the world, to make our planet work at 100% of its capacity for 100% of the population, in cooperation, without causing harm. For more information, visit HERE.

Weird But True! Exhibition

Now to 31 Jul 2022; 9am – 9pm daily

Crystal Mountain (Level 4) at Cloud Forest

FREE but Admission charge to Cloud Forest applies

Plunge into the fascinating worlds of the plant and animal kingdom in National Geographic latest “Weird But True” exhibition! Wander through the exhibition set within the lush tropics of Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, while discovering incredible fun facts. Packed with visually stunning photos and colourful graphics, it’s going to be a wild ride like no other.

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