Hooray for the weekend! We have rounded up a selection of family-friendly activities and things you can do this weekend. Check out our picks for the weekend of 22 and 23 August.
Till 28 Aug
Central Library, Victoria Street
See Singapore in minature in this showcase of iconic buildings, local places, bygone times and favourite pastimes at The Little Red Brick Show. You will have fun admiring the little details and great thought that has been put into this FREE exhibition. Read more.
17 to 30 Aug
Alliance Francaise Theatre
A marvellous and mischievous production by I Theatre featuring folklore from around the region. Playfully presented with lively action, fun and exciting music, the multi-layered stories in Jewels in the Tale that will reintroduce you to stories from the region. Now on at Alliance Francaise Theatre. Read our behind-the-scenes article on Jewels in the Tale here. Get Jewels in the Tale printable and more from Little Day Out Shop today.
22 to 23 Aug, 1 pm to 9 pm
F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard
Stop by this carnival to see 40 supercars in a roving showcase, stunt driving performances and race simulators. Take on the F1 Pit Stop challenge or race a remote control car. There will be fringe activites, giant board games and movie screenings. FREE ADMISSION. Find out more.
21 to 22 Aug, 7 pm to 2 am
Brash Basah Bugis Precinct
Light up the night at the two-weekend Singapore Night Festival. Catch art installations, street performances and even visit the museums and galleries till late. Find out more about is taking place in this year’s Singapore Night Festival. Check out our highlights of the kid-friendly nocturnal adventures to catch here.
22 Aug to 6 Sep
Ulu Pandan CC Theatrette
Roald Dahl’s story about a boy who lives with his parents and concocts a medicine mixture with surprising effects comes to the stage at Ulu Pandan CC. Presented by The Players Theatre.
21 to 30 August
Skyline Luge Sentosa
Skyline Luge is holding a carnival with balloon sculpting stations, magic performances and popcorn to mark their 10th anniversary. Join them between 2 pm and 6 pm on weekdays, 10.30 am to 2.30 pm on weekends.
22 August, 6.30 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Enjoy a music concert at dusk. Presented by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, enjoy classic presented in this violin concert. While you are at Botanic Gardens, head over to the National Orchid Garden which has free admission for the month of August for Singapore Citizens and PRs.
From 1 August
Discover the sea monsters from the deep at the S.E.A Aquarium. On display are living fossils such as the Lungfish and Saddled Bichir, Arowanas and Aligator Gars, and models of ancient creatures.
For more family-friendly events taking place in Singapore and to plan your little days out in advance, check out Little Day Out’s Events section. Have many a great little day out!