Home in the Museum: A Self-Guided Treasure Hunt Around National Museum Of Singapore

Home in the Museum: A Self-Guided Treasure Hunt Around National Museum Of Singapore
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Go on a self-guided treasure hunt around the National Museum of Singapore with the Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt activity. Embark on a hunt that will bring you around the various spots on a story-based adventure. The activity is suitable for adults and families with kids ages 7 years and up. It ends this Sunday, 27 June 2021.


Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt at National Museum of Singapore

Dennis the otter and his family are looking for a new home and they have wound up at National Museum of Singapore. In the free Home in the Museum activity, you can join the otters as they make their way around the museum’s hallways and galleries, learning about the roles that different museum employees play and what goes on behind the scenes too.

To play the self-guided Home in the Museum treasure hunt, you will need to first register for a time slot online via Peatix. Choose from the various slots available each day.

Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt at National Museum of Singapore


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Once you have arrived at National Museum of Singapore, register at the main visitor counter before heading up to the second level where there is an activity registration counter next to the bridge with the swaying lights above it.


Playing Home in the Museum

Playing Home in the Museum

To play Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt, you will need an internet-enabled mobile device. The activity requires you to search out QR codes hidden throughout the museum in order to complete the quest. There are a total of nine stations to complete.

At the activity registration desk, you can scan a QR code to get you started.

Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt tells the story of Dennis and his family making their way around the museum. Read the story and follow the clues to the correct location.

Once you have reached the location, search for the activity QR codes. These could either be on tags or stickers that have been pasted on the wall.

If you are having an issue finding the location, you can head back to the activity registration desk to ask for help.

The Home in the Museum: A Treasure Hunt activity can take anywhere between one to two hours to complete.


Rewards for the Visit

Rewards for the Visit

And there is a reward for completing all the stations, an “audience” with the museum’s big boss and a little heritage-themed keepsake to bring home.

Kids will probably be anxious to complete it and rush through the various galleries and exhibits in search of the next checkpoint. After completing the activity, do spend some time to look through the various exhibitions, such as Home, Truly and Picturing the Pandemic too.

Get more details and register for the Home at the Museum treasure hunt here.


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