‘Tis the season to be jolly!
It’s beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas! Enjoy a cosy day out at the National Museum with your family and friends, with carolling, talks, workshops, storytelling sessions and more!
2.30pm | Rotunda, Level 1
3pm | Entrance of Singapore History Gallery, Level 1
3.30pm | The Platform, Level 2
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Bring your family and friends and enjoy popular Christmas tunes by carollers from The Crescendos, a group of youths who aspire to bring good choral music from diverse genres and cultures to people of all ages.
Drop-in Craft Activity: O Christmas Tree
10.30am – 12.30pm & 2pm – 5pm | Glass Atrium, Level 2 | Free | Age 4 and above
Get creative and make your very own mini Christmas tree, using a cinnamon stick and other festive embellishments!
National Museum Building Tour for Families
10.30am (45 min) | Rotunda, Level 1 | Free | Age 7 – 12
Join us on a learning journey around the museum and discover more interesting gems about this 132-year-old building.
Storytelling Sessions: Orang Laut Tales by MoonShadow Stories
2pm & 3.30pm (30 min per session) | Meeting Point: Entrance of the Exhibition Galleries, Basement Level | Free | Age 4 – 8
Climb on board our magnificent ship deck, and discover An Old New World through the eyes of some of Singapura’s earliest inhabitants, the Orang Laut.
Inter-generational Art Jamming Workshop
2.45pm (2 hrs) | Canyon, Basement Level | $8 per grandparent-child pair, $15 per parent-child pair, $5 per additional adult | Age 7 and above
Calling all grandparents/ parents and children! Join sketch journal artist Tham Pui San as he brings you through the An Old New World special exhibition to explore the liveliness of this region, and guides you on the techniques and skills of using oil pastels as a medium to paint scenes inspired by the landscapes and objects of this period in history.
“What’s Your Toy Story?” Campaign Booth
10am – 12.30pm & 2pm – 5pm | Glass Atrium, Level 2 | Free
This Christmas, children are invited to take part in the museum’s “What’s Your Toy Story?” campaign, and share with us stories of their treasured toys. Entries with the most interesting stories will stand a chance to be displayed in our Growing Up gallery in February!
Christmas Celebrations at the National Museum
Start date: 21/12/19 10:00
End date: 21/12/19 17:00