Amazing List of March School Holidays 2021 Activities in Singapore for Kids
This March school holidays 2021 in Singapore take place from 13 to 21 March. The one week break is a chance to take stock of the year so far and a great opportunity for families to spend time together.
What to Do During the March 2021 School Holidays in Singapore
Whether you are keen on activities and events that are online or onsite, or if you are planning for kids activities during the March holidays 2021 that will take them out to nature and the great outdoors (or even beyond!), we’ve put together a useful list below. Find out what’s on and the many things to do with the family and kids during the March school holidays 2021.
STAR WARS™ Identities: The Exhibition
Till 13 June at ArtScience Museum
Catch the final stop of STAR WARS Identities in Singapore. Get up close and personal with close to 200 original movie props, artworks, costumes and models, including famed star ships the Millennium Falcon and the Star Destroyer from Star Wars. Learn more about the creative process of movie-making from early concept drawings, storyboarding, model making, through puppetry and costume design. Create your unique Star Wars character in this interactive exhibition too! Find out more here.
Sentosa Kids Play Free
Enjoy great savings with the Sentosa Kids Play Free promotion this March school holidays. Children 12 years old and under to enjoy selected attractions for FREE with every paying adult. Bond together on a Singapore cable car ride, experience indoor sky diving, check out the Marvel 4D cinema at Madame Tussauds Singapore and more. Enjoy free island admission and score $4 off your Grab ride to Sentosa with code ‘SentosaFun’! Get the details on the Sentosa Kids Play Free promotion.
Esplanade Presents “March On 2021” Children’s Festival
10 to 14 March, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
From 10 to 14 March, experience the joys of music, theatre and dance at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay’s new children’s festival, March On 2021. Enjoy free and ticketed programmes specially curated for young audiences. A highlight of March On 2021 is The Feelings Farm, a musical theatre presentation that will take children on a magical adventure through changing emotional landscapes. There is also the Robot House Party @Home conducted by internationally acclaimed DJ Kid Koala which families can join in digitally, parent-child workshops and more than 20 free child-centric programmes. Find out more about March On 2021 children’s festival.
At the Attractions
Sakura featuring Hello Kitty
From 1 March, Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay turns pretty in pink for the sakura season. Admire the pink blooms at the Flower Field. This year, Hello Kitty will be present to add kawaii vibes to the floral display. Find out more here.
Family Fun March Holidays at the National Museum
Explore the museum with new adventure routes, exciting themed on-site programmes each day, and even a mama shop for the young and young at heart to re-live the excitement of purchasing childhood snacks! More details here.
Indian Heritage Centre “Jewel” Hunt
Discover the rich history and heritage of the Indian community in Singapore through a fun and experiential game! This is a ticketed event for the March 2021 school holidays in Singapore. More details here.
From 11 March, Universal Studios Singapore
Get ready for a tropical adventure at Universal Studios Singapore. Meet King Kahula, the fast-talking and music-loving tiki, as he welcomes you to his island in an all-new interactive meet and greet. Catch your favourite characters dressed up for the occasion, including the debut of Guy Diamond from DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls. Find out more.
Planet or Plastic
Learn about the global plastic pollution crisis through more than 70 powerful photographs and videos in an exhibition by National Geographic at ArtScience Museum. Read more about it here.
The Sea of Tiki
13 March to 11 May, S.E.A. Aquarium
Follow five legendary tikis along an enlightening trail and befriend the tropics’ most fascinating marine animals – the dramatic conclusion at a volcano will make for great shareable moments! Watch us “create” a tiki of you and snap photos to commemorate the occasion. Find out more.
Paw-verbs on the Lawn
Till 30 May 2021, Malay Heritage Centre
The lawn of the Malay Heritage Centre is home to 30 cat illustrations for the next few months, together with standees of Malay proverbs which highlight how the cat is portrayed in Malay literary culture. Find out more about this exhibition.
Lens of Time
Singapore Discovery Centre Set sail on a visual journey and explore the history of Singapore. Using lights, sound and an adorable kingfisher as a guide, visitors will see hear the story of how Singapore came from their beginnings as a thriving maritime emporium to a British colonial port. The exhibition is part of the revamped Singapore Discovery Centre. Find out more here.
COMO Adventure Grove
Gallop Extension, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Pay a visit to the new nature playgarden which features a giant cempadek and red saga seeds. Get more details here.
Otah & Friends
Till 4 April, Bayfront Plaza, Gardens by the Bay
Want a cute activity to do during the March 2021 school holidays with kids? Check out Otah & Friends. Play a game of hide-and-see at the otter-themed exhibition at Bayfront Plaza, Gardens by the Bay. More details here.
Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express
Gardens by the Bay
From 12 Dec 2020
Experience the glamour and romance of the Orient Express from 12 December 2020 at the West Lawn, Gardens by the Bay. Here for six months, visitors can experience what it must have been like to journey through Europe onboard the luxury train. Get the details here.
Molang x Kumoya Pop-up Cafe
The coolest kawaii bunny around, and its adorable chick friend Piu Piu are now in Singapore for the first-ever Molang x Kumoya pop-up. Follow this cute pair as they spread friendship, happiness, empathy and positivity, all while enjoying yummy and aesthetic foods! Find out more here.
Stories from Yesteryear
Sofitel City Centre
Immerse yourself in images of the past at Yip Yew Chong’s exhibition Stories from Yesteryear. Find out more about it here.
Fort Pasir Panjang Adventure Quest
Have you visited the Labrador Battery up on the hillside of Labrador Park? This March school holidays 2021, explore it on a self-guided Adventure Quest. Unravel the clues and solve the riddles at six different checkpoints around the former Fort Pasir Panjang. Read about the experience here.
Gardeners Day Out
20 March, Online
Learn about gardening and take part in gardening-themed workshops, including kids activities such as DIY Plant Stamp making and Popsicle Making. Get more details here.
Our Tampines in a Garden Learning Journey Showcase
Our Tampines Hub
Go on a learning journey through 35 sections of beautifully designed and informative display panels and see the exciting vision of Tampines transforming into an Eco-Town by 2025! Find out more about it here.
Balloonacy Mime Comedy
Combining the imaginative power of play and elements of mime, clowning and more, Balloonacy is a no-dialogue, one-performer show that presents a series of comical and touching moments where the old man and the balloon explore the power of friendship and discover how, with a little imagination and acceptance, companionship is everywhere. Find out more.
HERE COMES KAYA & ROTI! “Where Are Our Friends?”
16 to 21 March, Online streaming
This show by The Theatre Practice reinvents traditional Mandarin nursery rhymes as an innovative online theatre show. Get the kids off the couch with sing-alongs, improvisational storytelling and craft sessions, peppered with audience participation and live interactions from the cast. Get more details here.
Croc and Friends – Guided Walk Edition
20 March, 9 am, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Go on a 45-minute guided walk to learn fascinating information about the crocodiles and their friends. Limited to 10 participants. Registration opens on 12 March 2021, 8am. Find out more here.
Gardeners’ Day Out – Edibles Discovery Tour
20 March, 9 am, HortPark
Learn about heirloom edibles used in cooking and sustainable gardening practices. Registration opens 6 Mar 2021. Guided tours are limited to 20 pax only, while slots last. More details here.
Ecolife at Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park
20 March, 9 am, Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park
This family tour introduces Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and its biodiversity through the use of interactive exploration themes and activities. Have fun working together to answer worksheets, conduct surveys and photo hunts, among other activities. More details here.
Fort Canning Park Adventure Quest
Self-guided “Scavenger Hunt”
Go on an Adventure Quest around Fort Canning Park and discover its hidden secrets as you navigate your way around six checkpoints and have to solve clues to unravel a mystery code. Find out more here.