Have a Monster Mash at Gardens by the Bay During the March School Holidays

Monster Mash

Monsters are taking over Gardens by the Bay during the March school holidays. As part of the March Monster Mash, a host of activities have been lined up for families and children at the Gardens from 14 to 22 March 2015.

Expect to see Monster Installations around the Gardens, accompanied by participatory art sessions. Visitors can also embark on a self-guided tour of all the monster installations in the Gardens.

Over at the Far East Organization Children’s Garden, there will be free game booths set up (10 am to 6 pm) and a giant bouncy castle will spring up at the Supertree Grove (3 pm to 7.30 pm).

The National Library Board will also be holding interactive storytelling sessions at the Flower Dome.

Friday, 13 March will also see a movie screening of Where the Wild Things Are, an adaptation of the classic children’s story from Maurice Sendak. Come at 7 pm for pre-show activities and the movie starts from 8 pm till 9.45 pm.

Other activities to look forward to over the weekend of 14 & 15 March include face painting, balloon sculpting, a Monster Bash Workshop and a puppet show, Monster Mates.

Families can also enjoy a March Monster Mash promotion where every child gets free admission into the conservatories with every full paying adult. This promotion runs fro 13 March till 22 March. Terms and conditions apply.

For more details, check Gardens by the Bay’s website.

Monster Mash

Monster Mash

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