This is the place to go for National Treasures experiencing Singapore History through a variety of medium.
Before dismissing the place as not for kids, there is a children’s wing – a dedicated area just for kids. The children’s wing that target kids as young as 3 years old. The museum also holds an interactive kids exhibition yearly as part the Children’s Season.
Hours & Cost: Daily from 10am to 6pm Last admission at 5.30pm. Admission to the Museum building is free.
Admission charges are applicable to the galleries and selected exhibitions and programmes.
Immerse in the heroic and inspirational stories that unfolded in Changi during the war. A poignant reminder of what happened in Changi during the Second World War.
Opening Hours :9:30am – 5:00pm daily
Learn about biodiversity and associated environmental issues.
10 am – 7pm daily except Monday and Public Holidays.
Entrance Fees :
Singapore Resident: $16 for adults and $9 for children 3-12 years old.
This is where the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia will be.
For kids and families, there is a dedicated art facility Keppel Centre for Art Education on Level 1 of the City Hall Wing. It consist of four vibrant spaces conceptualised by artists and an exciting line-up of programmes for youth, children and families all year round. Which include a Art Corridor, Art Playscape, a Project Gallery and children museum.
10.00am to 7.00pm (Mon – Thu)
10.00am to 11.00pm (Fri – Sun)
Admission to Keppel Centre for Art Education is Free but you will need to book a ticket before hand
DBS Singapore Gallery and UOB Southeast Asia Gallery is free for Singapore Citizens/ PRs and Children (6 years and under and cost $20 for a standard ticket for Non-Singaporeans.
This is an island where many attractions and entertainment venues resides. Among them are Resort world and their attractions, Madame Tussauds Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and Port of Lost Wonder. There are also stretches of beach and board walks where you can simply roam about and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.
Easiest way to go is via the Sentosa Express at Vivocity , or walk in via the Sentosa Broad Walk Related Listing:
- Philatelic Museum. Its not just about stamps.
- Spice is Nice Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Snakes and Ladders Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Imagine Dragons Exhibition
Monday (1.00pm – 7.00pm);
Tuesday – Sunday (9.30am – 7.00pm)
Free admission for Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents
$6 for adults and $4 for each child (3-12 years)
Museum admission is free for all on New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, National Day, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas Day.
This is where you can see history brought alive by wax figures.
At Madame Tussauds, you can Travel through a tropical garden on a boat ride, take pictures with celebrities, politicians and sports heroes and find out how wax figures are made!
At images of Singapore Live, check out 200 years of Singapore History through 15 interactive areas.[line]
Mon to Fri: 10am to 7.30pm (last admission at 6pm)
Sat, Sun & public holidays: 10am to 9pm (last admission at 7.30pm)
Via Vivo City, head to level three and take the Sentosa Express monorail to Imbiah Station (second stop) then head across Merlion Plaza to the escalators – they will lead you right to the Madame Tussauds Singapore red carpet
A famous landmark with remarkable architecture, this is where you can enjoy theatre and music performances. It also house a shopping mall, a library and home to frequent events and fringe activities.
S.E.A. Aquarium™ is the world’s largest aquarium at Resort World Marine Life Park™, one of the attractions at Resort World, Sentosa. Entrance to the aquarium include entrance to Asia’s maritime heritage at The Maritime Experiential Museum™. A great place for a full day of indoor learning, fun and pure fascination. Easiest way to get to S.E.A. Aquarium is via Sentosa Express at Vivo City. Alight 1 stop later at Waterfront station.
Singapore Art Museum have a Learning gallery suitable for children and holds an awesome children season event almost every year in June. There are quite a number of of other exhibitions that are suitable for kids throughout the year too.
Hours: Monday – Sunday Last admission to the museum is at 6.15pm 10am – 7pm Friday:
Enjoy complimentary entry on Friday evenings from 6pm – 9pm 10am – 9pm
This is where you can see a miniature Singapore and learn all about building and planning for a city. Doesn’t sounds like something the kids will enjoy? There are a number of giant interactive games that teaches kids the things to consider when building a city.
Opening Hours (Free Admission)
Mondays to Saturdays: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Singapore City Gallery -All about Planning a City
Two dimensional exhibits are brought ALIVE with 3D painting, shading, and drawing techniques thereby creating visual illusions. Three genres of art – Trick Art, Digital Art and Object Art can be seen here. There more than 80 artwork exhibits to give you lots of fun.
10:00am – 10:00pm
$25 for Adults S$20 for children 3-12
This museum of eye illustrations from 2 D artwork have over 80 paintings and optical illusion installations and have six themed zones, and will also display popular art pieces replicated from the South Korean gallery. More than 50 optical-illusion artworks were created specially and adapted for the museum to give the gallery Singapore flavor. Visitors can be sure to see familiar sights and icons such as the Merlion there. Trick Eye museum is located at RWS besides Malaysia Food Street and near Universal Studio’s entrance.
Hours: Mon-Sun: 10am – 9pm
$$$: Adults $25 Children 4-12 and Seniors 60 and aboe $20 (Tickets are only available for purchase on-site at the Trick Eye Museum Ticketing Booth) half price tickets till June22
Learn how Singapore transformed into one of the world’s leading International Maritime Centres by exploring the exhibits.
Open: 9am-5.30pm Tues-Sun
This museum which seek promote a better appreciation of the rich cultures that make up Singapore’s multi-ethnic society can be surprisingly interesting for kids.
Many gallery and exhibits have an area dedicated just for cihldren. Learn about legends, culture and history of Asian countries and have some fun playing pretend and exploring the fun zones like “Mughal Palace in India”, “An Old Chinese Teahouse” and “Torajan house”.
This is a new science centre specially designed for kids 18 months to 8 years old.
The programmes aim to introduce science through engaging activities, facilitated by early childhood professionals and educators. Kids could become pilots and learn how a plane works, or surgeons to learn about the different body parts and organs, or even palaeontologists to learn more about dinosaurs. There are four thematic zones with 17 activity areas to explore :
Imagine Zone : Built Environment, Supermarket and Dino Pit
Experience Zone: Stop-motion Area, Critters and Nature Area
Discover Zone: From “why is the sky blue?” to “how does hair grow?”, almost all the little ones’ curious questions can be answered here.
Dream Zone: Include a two-storey climbing structure, which has hanging doors, flying fish, giant gears and various other mind boggling, interactive exhibits
LEGO® Education workshops and other school and visitors programs are also held here
KidsSTOP is located at the Science Centre but separate tickets are needed to enter KidsSTOP. Packages will be available for children keen to visit both centres.
Child (18 months – 8 years) : $20.00 -$25 weekdays $23.00-$28 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays and School holidays)
Adult and 9 yr and above : $10- $15 weekdays $13.00-$18 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays and School holidays)
Weekdays (Mon – Fri)
1st Session 12 pm – 3 pm (Last admission: 2.15 pm)
2nd Session 4 pm – 7 pm (Last admission: 6.15pm)
Weekends (Sat, Sun and Public Holidays)
1st Session 10 am – 2 pm (Last admission: 1.15 pm)
2nd Session 3 pm – 7pm (Last admission: 6.15 pm)
KidsSTOP™ is closed on the following dates for private events or maintenance works in 2015: 5 Jan, 2 Feb, 2 Mar, 6 Apr, 4 May, 3 Aug, 5 Oct, 2 Nov
$$$: Normal admission prices for weekdays are $20 and $10 for children and adults respectively. On weekends, public holidays and school holidays the admission charges are $23 for children and $13 for adults.
This small museum is focus on the culture and history of the Peranakan Chinese. There quite a few interesting and interactive elements to keep kids occupied.[line]
Open daily 10am – 7pm
Friday 10 am – 9 pm
Free admission for all Singaporean Citizens and Permanent Residents
Free admission for visitors aged 6 years and below
$6 for Adults, $3 for Foreigners aged 60 and above or full-time student
50% discount on admission charges on Fridays, 7pm – 9pm