If you are looking for the latest year-end school holiday activities for kids, visit our Amazing List of November-December 2017 School Holiday Activities.
The March school holidays 2017 are coming up fast. Taking place from 11 to 19 March, it is a week’s break from school for the kids. We bring you a list of things of March School Holiday activities 2017.
March School Holiday Activities 2017 for Kids
Find out what events the entire family can enjoy including performances, fun at the attractions and new places to experience together. We have all the fun ideas on March 2017 school holiday activities right here!
At the Attractions
Chicken & Egg: A Fowl Tale
Till 25 June 2017
Singapore Philatelic Museum
Discover the fascinating world of the chicken at Chicken & Egg: A Fowl Tale exhibition. Step into a super-sized coop, learn about the sport of cock-fighting and play masak masak with eggs. Find out more.
1 to 31 Mar
Singapore Zoo, River Safari
Go on learning trails to find out more about critically endangered animals, take part in craft activities and even get to meet-and-greet a dinosaur. Local residents enjoy a 50% discount on combo tickets. Find out more about the school holidays activities taking place at the Singapore Zoo and River Safari in March.
Into the Wild at ArtScience Museum
Go on a virtual tour of a rainforest and play the role of a ranger helping to protect animals. Into the Wild is a new VR experience that ends with an opportunity to make a real change in the Sumatran rainforest. Get more details here.
Sentosa KidZ Flea 2017
11 to 18 Mar, 2 pm to 7 pm
Support kids between 7 to 12 as they take on the role of PLAY-trepreneurs and learn to run stores and pick up practical life lessons. You can also look forward to meet and greet sessions:
X System (11am – 11.30am and 3pm – 3.30pm)
- Poro Poro and Petty (11, 14 and 17 March)
- Tayo and Lani (12, 15 and 18 March)
- Buddy and Tiny (13, 16 and 19 March)
KidZania’s RightZKeeper, Vita (11 – 19 March)
- Meet & Greet (12.30pm – 1pm)
- Play & Dance segment (4pm – 4.30pm)
Outcast March Out (11, 12, 18 and 19 March) – Enjoy the energetic performance from this 6-man percussion band as you groove your way through Sentosa!
Performances at Palawan Pirate Ship
11 to 19 Mar, Various Times
Palawan Pirate Ship
Enjoy performances on science experiments, Balloon sculpting, a ventriloquist, and more at the Palawan Pirate Ship. Admission to the Palawan Pirate Ship is free.
- Newton Show (13, 15 and 17 March)
- Explorer Joe (18 March)
- Mr Lightning Fingers (14 and 16 March)
- Peter Draw – Pencil & Paperlove (12 and 13 March)
- Animal Encounter (11,13, 15, 17 and 19 March)
- Beach Safety Demo (14 and 16 March)
Various timings apply for the activities.
Stand to win discount vouchers from KidZania Singapore and MOSH! during stage segments.
Festival of Numbers
11 to 19 Mar
Science Centre Singapore
Take part in an immersive celebration of numbers at a carnival filled with activities and games. Discover the exhilarating world of numbers around you. Find out more.
The Dark Knight Returns at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort
17 Feb to 31 Mar
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort
In conjunction with The LEGO Batman movie, head over to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort where activities such as a Scavenger Hunt, Spot The Joker Mini Figure and LEGO BATMAN meet & greet await. Kids get to go free too!
Kids for a Greener World – Aquatic Life
11 to 31 Mar
During the March school holidays, KidZania Singapore will have an array of aquatic themed activities to celebrate the wonder of aquatic life. Kids get to learn about water with programmes organised with KidZania Singapore’s Industry Partners.
Children’s Festival: The Dye-nosaur Gardens
From 11 Mar
Gardens by the Bay
Step into an imaginative world where colourful adventures take place at Gardens by the Bay with multi-coloured, life-sized dinosaurs. There are 11 dinosaurs in total. Find out more.
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Theatre Shows & Concerts
The Ant and The Grasshopper
18 Feb to 18 March
SOTA Drama Theatre
I Theatre’s The Ant and the Grasshopper returns with masterful storytelling, thoughtful twists and an energetic cast. Rediscover the classic Aesop fable of The Ant and The Grasshopper on stage at the SOTA Drama Theatre. Read our review here.
A Peter Rabbit Tale
24 Feb to 14 Apr
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
Peter Rabbit goes on a musical adventure of new places and new faces and, along the way, discovers the importance of family and the what it means to be yourself. Find out more.
Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin
25 Feb to 12 Mar
Drama Centre Black Box
Talented an comical musician, Sid Bowfin, takes the audience for a crazy adventure of music, laughter and fun with his madcap violin playing in this interactive classical music performance. For ages four and up. Find out more.
The Wonderful World of Disney on Ice
15 to 19 Mar
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Catch your favourite Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie and Donald on a journey through magical stories and relive those wonderful memories once again.
17 to 19 March
Singapore Expo Hall 6
Asia’s largest educational fair is back from 17 to 19 March. Meet with enrichment and educational providers while kids can enjoy fun bouncy inflatables, meet-and-greets and stage activities. Find out 9 smart reasons why you should make plans to at be SmartKids Asia during the school holidays.
I Light Marina Bay
3 to 26 March
Marina Bay Waterfront
Explore 20 sustainable light art installations along the Marina Bay waterfront. Making their appearance for the first time, look out for three themed festival hubs at I Light Marina Bay. Website.
3 to 26 March
The Float @ Marina Bay
Art-Zoo is an inflatable playground and art installation in the setting of a zoological garden. Open from 5 pm to 11 pm on weekdays and from 2 pm on weekends, get immersed into an ecosystem of plants and animals. This is a ticketed event. Find out more.
11 to 12 March, 11 am to 7 pm
Meet your favourite Nickelodeon characters, take part in carnival games and go on a Nickelodeon Hunt at the Nickelodeon Fiesta.
14 to 19 March, 7.30 pm onwards
Enjoy a family festival featuring international street artists and performers at the Street Fest taking place at Clarke Quay during the March 2017 school holidays. Performances are free.
Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market
11 March, Noon to 6 pm
12 March, 10 am to 4 pm
10 Neo Tiew Lane 2
Pay a visit to the Kranji Countryside and spend the day with Singapore’s farmers and artisans. Admission is free. Find out more.
A Dragon Behind The Door & More! by Sweet Tooth
11 to 12 March, 11 am to 7 pm
Bedok Town Square
18 to 19 March, 11 am to 7 pm
Toa Payoh HDB Hub
12 March, 2 pm to 2.45 pm, 5 pm to 5.45 pm at Bedok Town Square
19 March, 2 pm to 2.45 pm, 5 pm to 5.45 pm at Toa Payoh HDB Hub
A Dragon Behind the Door & More! is a wholesome and immersive experience of theatre, music, dance and craft activities. The outdoor spaces of the Bedok Town Square and Toa Payoh HDB Hub will be transformed into a magical space where parents and children alike can weave dragons and make spotted beetle puppets.
What’s in My Sky?
11 March, 9.30 am to 11 am
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Wetland Centre
Join in this free guided walk where participants will learn to identify the amazing bird species that pass through or make their home at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sara Goes Gardening (A Guided Tour)
11 March, 10 am to 11 am
Jacob Ballas Childrens Garden
Go on a guided tour with Sara the Botanicosaurus to discover the joys of gardening at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Registration required and fees apply.
Farmers’ Market at Loewen Gardens
11 March, 9 am to 2 pm
75E Loewen Gardens
Head out to Loewen Gardens to browse through produce and merchandise at the Farmer’s Market.
A walk with your neighbours: The macaques of MacRitchie.
11 March, 5 pm to 6.30 pm
MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Lawn @ Paddle Lodge
Find out more about the macaques that can be found at MacRitchie in this free guided walk led by experts.
OCBC NParks Ride Safe Programme
11 March, 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Jurong Lake Gardens (Chinese Garden)
Bring along your bicycle and go on a group cycling outing around the Western Adventure Loop. Runners are also welcomed at this event which highlights the importance of sharing the track. Free admission and all are welcomed.
NParks Concert Series in the Park: Rockestra
11 March, 5 pm to 10 pm
Jurong Lake Gardens (Dragon Phoenix Court)
Enjoy a free concert by local talents with exciting fringe activities too.
18 to 19 March
Turn trash into art at a workshop at SAFRA Mount Faber, engage in shadow play at SAFRA Toa Payoh, enjoy performances at SAFRA Punggol and create your own instruments at SAFRA Jurong. Admission is free.
Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Wildlife Watch! (A Biodiversity Investigative Workshop)
13 March, 4.30 pm to 8.30 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens Botany Centre
Go in search of nocturnal wildlife around the Singapore Botanic Gardens at night. It starts with a talk, followed by a guided night walk that will take participants on a search for animals such as the Red-ledgged Crake, Common House Bat and more. Registration required and fees apply.
Numbers & Shapes
14 March, 10 am to 11 am
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Kids get to go on a trail of numbers and shapes around the Singapore Botanic Gardens where they will learn interesting facts about plants, numbers and shapes. Registration required and fees apply.
Muzik Kita – Celebrating Malay Traditional Music
17 March, 6 pm to 10 pm
Our Tampines Hub
Featuring artists and art groups from various forms of traditional Malay music such as Sri Mahligai and NADI Singapura, enjoy this visual and aural treat. The audience will also be be invited to ‘Joget’ (dance) along with the dancers, accompanied by upbeat traditional songs.
Go to Sleep, Gecko! (A Storytelling Session / Guided Tour)
18 March, 10 am to 11 am
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Find out why Gecko is not getting his sleep and why his well-being depends on the entire village in this event organised by Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Library Board. Children get to enjoy a storytelling session by the Junior Reading Ambassadors and a tour around the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Family Activities at Gardeners’ Day Out
18 March, 9 am to 11 am
Kids get to make impressive artwork with fruit and vegetables at the Exhibition Gallery, go on a Garden Walk between 10 am to 11 am to learn about plants, and harvest vegetables from 9.30 am with the HortPark farmers.
A Botanic Gardens Movie Series: “X-men Apocalypse”
18 March, 7.30 pm to 10 pm
Eco Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Pack a picnic basket and catch a free screening of X-Men: Apocalypse at the Eco Garden.
Wow! Wayang by Sri Warisan
19 March, 7.30 pm to 8.15 pm
Our Tampines Hub
Be inspired by folktales of princes and stories of modern day superheros in this Wayang Kulit performance. Audiences will also get to try out this traditional art form.
At the Shopping Malls
Playtime with The Chatterbox! ‘Live’ Show
11 to 19 Mar, except Monday. Tue to Fri: 2 pm & 7 pm; Sat & Sun: 1 pm, 4 pm & 7 pm
City Square Mall, Level 1
Chats’s new friend, Tinka the tin robot, needs some help learning English. Discover new words and phrases with Hi-5’s puppet friend and interactive games. Redeem a meet & greet session pass with a minimum spend.
Fun Time with Robots and a Carnival
10 Mar to 9 Apr, 11 am to 9 pm
B2, City Square Mall
10 Mar to 9 Apr, Mon to Fri: 6 pm to 10 pm; Sat, Sun & PH: 12 pm to 10 pm.
City Green, City Square Mall
Enjoy kid-friendly rides such as Racing Bikes and the Pirate Ship at the outdoor park. Head indoors for the Robot Rides.
Jump for Joy at Bouncy Castle
11, 12, 18, 19 Mar, 12 pm to 10 pm
Bounce away at the bouncy castles at AMK Hub. Tickets are at $8 for 15 minutes on weekdays and 10 minutes on weekends. Shopper can redeem a free pass to the Bouncy Castle with a minimum spend.
18 to 19 Mar, 2 pm to 6 pm
Bedok Point, Level 3
Create your own pencil pot or notebook. Spend a minimum of $10 to participate.
More Fun March School Holiday Ideas and Activities
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