As we approach Christmas, slow down and spend some quality time with the family. From arts activities and theatre shows to science and history programmes, this weekend presents some delightful ways for parents to bond with their kids.
Till 5 April 2020
Will we be growing plants indoors, or living underground in the future? Explore various future scenarios at ArtScience Museum’s 2219: Futures Imagined exhibition. As a bonus, students studying in Singapore enjoy free entry to the exhibition! Read more about what to expect.
Till 5 Jan
Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands
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Don’t miss Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical, here only for a limited season. Discover the magic that made this one of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway history. More info.
Till 29 Dec
National Gallery Singapore
Last call to visit the Gallery Children’s Biennale before it closes this Sunday, 29 Dec. Explore imaginative worlds through art and let your child (and inner child) embrace wonder. Find out more.
4. Brick Art Workshop
28 Dec, 10 am to 12 pm
Jurong Lake Gardens, Gardenhouse
Have fun by bringing out the creativity and inner builder in your child at a free garden-themed Brick Art Workshop at Jurong Lake Gardens. In addition, the Ant Play blocks will be out at Forest Ramble Playground from 9 am to 12 pm and there will be other programmes, include crafts and a bazaar, at Lakeside Garden. Find out more.
Till 29 Dec
Go prehistoric at Singapore Zoo. Meet the mega fauna of the past at the Valley of Giants. After that, head out to meet their modern cousins around the Singapore Zoo. Find out more here.
Till 29 Dec
Asian Civilisations Museum
Embark on a quest to save Mr Dragon and solve puzzles while learning about Asian art and treasures. On Sat, 28 Dec, create your own Chinese seals to sign off your year-end letters to family and friends! Take a closer look at the seals on display in Living with Ink: The Collection of Dr Tan Tsze Chor, and catch the interactive drama on Chinese calligraphy. Find out more.
7. The Great Circus of Europe
Till 1 Jan
Bayfront Event Space
The Great Circus of Europe is in town till 1 January 2020. Catch trapeze artists, daredevils and clowns as they perform heart-stopping acts and entertaining antics for the audience. More details available here.
Till 31 Dec
Christmas may be over but you can still have fun at KidZania Singapore’s Christmas Kandy Land. Enjoy various activities around the city and even get a special gift when you flash this article here.