The immersive art experience at Gardens by the Bay, #FutureTogether, has been extended by a week to end on 22 March 2020. And in more good news, the tea experience will now be free for Singapore Residents.
#FutureTogether Exhibition Extended
The exhibition, which is set around BayFront Plaza, features indoor and outdoor exhibits based around the themes of Aspirations, Connectivity and Possibilities. It was originally set to close on 15 March and will now stay open till 22 March.
At Dragonfly Lake, glowing eggs float on the water while blooming flowers cover the latticework in the evening at Bayfront Plaza. At the indoor Bayfront Pavilion, there are four interactive digital exhibits such as Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, which is based on the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings.
The extension of the #FutureTogether exhibition till 22 March now means that it will be open during the March school holidays 2020 in Singapore, providing the opportunity for more visitors to experience it.
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Admission to the indoor exhibits at #FutureTogether is ticketed but free for Singapore residents. Viewing of the outdoor exhibits is free for all.
Tea Experience Free for Singapore Residents
One of the indoor experiences at #FutureTogether, Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup, was previously a paid experience. However, this tea experience is now also free while stocks last.
Visitors who participate in Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup will first be seated down before being served a cup of tea. Watch as a digital flower magically blooms inside the tea cup. Move the tea cup around and a new flower will emerge in the tea cup.
It is a fun and interactive experience. Probably even better now since the experience is free!
Non-Singapore residents can purchase tickets to the #FutureTogether onsite. Singapore residents can walk-in with no booking required.
More Activities to Know About in March 2020
It is one of many fun things that families can look forward to during the March school holidays 2020 in Singapore. Other places which are offering free admission in the month of March 2020 include Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport and National Gallery Singapore.