Singapore Philatelic Museum Is Holding An Easter Egg Hunt At Fort Canning Park

Singapore Philatelic Museum Is Holding An Easter Egg Hunt At Fort Canning Park
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One of the fun things for kids to do at Easter time is Easter egg hunts. This April, Singapore Philatelic Museum will be holding on for kids at Fort Canning Park!

Even though the Singapore Philatelic Museum building is undergoing renovation, it is great to know that they are still holding activities for kids. One of these is an Easter Egg Hunt at Fort Canning Park.


Singapore Philatelic Museum Easter Egg Hunt

There will be several sessions of the Easter Egg Hunt. Sessions will be held on Saturday, 3 April and Saturday 10 April. There will be two egg hunting sessions on each date – one from 9 am to 10 am and the next one from 10.30 am to 11.30 am.

This is this family activity for kids where pairs of egg hunters will get to discover the history and plants of Fort Canning Park by completing challenges along the way.


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This is how Singapore Philatelic Museum describes it,

“Mr Bunny lost his way while exploring Fort Canning Park. But not all is lost! Mr Bunny left a trail of eggs to guide him home. Find Mr Bunny’s eggs, carry out a series of missions, and lead Mr Bunny home!”

Participants will be given a map, a basket and essential items.

This Easter egg hunt is recommended for ages 4 to 10 years old. Tickets are priced at $10 per child, together with one accompanying adult.

Tickets are limited so if you want to sign u, you better do so quickly. Get more details here.


Explore Fort Canning Park

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If you do want another way to explore Fort Canning Park, do also check out our Little Day Out Fort Canning Park Adventure Quest. Read a review of it here.

You can also read about more Easter egg hunts taking place in Singapore for 2021 here.


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