Children’s Season at the National Museum
Be transported to a wonderland of discovery and play at the National Museum this Children’s Season! Look forward to pop-ups of favourite Singapore family hangouts of the 1970s and 1980s, and a new interactive roving theatre that will take you around the museum’s galleries and spaces. Families can hop on their favourite mode of transport and go on a trail to “join the dots” and experience “connections” of friendship, family, monuments and memories through interactive exhibits and installations, sensorial stations, hands-on play, story-telling sessions and more! Young Cinema will also present well-known animated cartoons and children’s classics from the world.
A time-travelling adventure on wheels by MySuperFuture Theatrical Productions
27 & 28 May, 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 & 25 Jun | 10.30am (1 hour & 30 min)
Meeting point: The Canyon, Basement
Ticketing Information: $8 per ticket for each pair of parent and child. Limited to 10 pairs of parent and child per session.
GosTan Back is a story about a young boy who gets the chance to save the future by going back in time. Young audiences will experience our local history and artefacts in this interactive theatrical journey through the National Museum’s Singapore History Gallery, which features storytelling and a whole lot of hands-on fun!
This production is designed to support children with additional needs and their families to experience the museum. Families with typically developing children aged 5 to 8 years old are also welcome to register for the programme. Email email@example.com for enquiries.
by Atelier YokYok
Saturday, 27 May | 2pm & 4pm (1 hour & 30 min each session)
Activity Space, Level 3
Ticketing Information: $5 per ticket. Limited to 15 children per session.
Be inspired by Atelier YokYok, the team behind The Soft Dome, as you join them for over an hour of fun in this artist-led workshop.
Saturdays, 17 & 24 Jun | 11am (2 hour & 30 min)
Activity Space, Level 3
Ticketing Information: $45 per child (accompanied by an adult). Workshop costs cover material fees and a USB drive to bring your film home.
Explore the world of animation and make your own little animated movie! Inspired by the Jurong drive-in, a popular venue for families to watch the latest films in the 1970s, kids will learn basic methods of stop-motion animation and create characters and miniature film sets using craft materials. Come make your own family mini animated film in this workshop!