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Glow wild and join us after hours at ACM to discover the wonders of the night. Immerse in enchanting stories and experience objects in a whole new light. Let your imagination run free in hands-on activities. Explore an interactive installation and travel through time in an immersive tour of the galleries! All this and more in a wild adventure into the night.
This programme is suitable for children ages 5 and up, and the young at heart.
3 to 26 June
Museum opening hours
There’s no need to be afraid of things in the night. Join us in this playscape with fun friends! Explore three interactive stations inspired by objects in the ACM collection – create your own adventure scene, populate your own night sky, and discover what lies behind those doors.
This installation was jointly developed by ACM and 8EyedSpud.
3 to 26 June
Museum opening hours
Venture into the galleries with our trail booklet to discover wonderful objects inspired by the night! Pick up a copy at ACM or download here.
Collect a token at the ACM Front Desk when you complete our Children’s Season Trail Booklet! Each parent and child group that completes the trail booklet is entitled to one redemption. Limited quantities available – while supplies last.
Psst! Come back on 4, 11, 18, 25 June evenings to collect another special treat.
Saturdays, 4, 11, 18, 25 June
The night is young, have a drink on us! Complete your Into the Night: Trail Booklet to collect a bottled coffee or non-caffeinated drink by Foreword Coffee.
Each parent and child group that completes the trail booklet is entitled to one redemption.
Limited quantities available – while supplies last.
Saturdays, 4 and 18 June
Drop-in and make your own astrolabe – a tool used by people in the past to tell time and find out where they are! Then, use it to measure the height of trees and even buildings.
No pre-registration required.
Saturdays, 11 and 25 June
Bats have gotten a bad rap! Learn about the symbolism of bats in Chinese culture and create your own night light.
Fridays, 3, 10, 17, 24 June
Discover objects of the night in a new light! Get curious and explore the galleries with our student docents in a kid friendly guided tour.
$20 per parent-child pair
$8 per child
Listen to the story of a tiny royal family who journey far and wide in search of “the strongest of them all”! Who can it be?
Then, create a special glow-in-the-dark screen print to take home.
This programme is presented by the Museum Roundtable in collaboration with The Storytelling Centre Limited.
Fridays, 10, 17, 24 June
Saturdays, 11, 18, 25 June
Multiple time slots
$22 per adult; $18 per student
Free for children under 6
Meet Salman, a crew member who was shipwrecked and found himself out of time and place! Join him on an immersive and interactive voyage through the galleries. He'll regale you with stories about the Arabian dhow, the valuable cargo it was carrying, and his own life during the 9th century.
This programme is presented in collaboration with Strawberries Inc.
The well-being of our visitors and staff remains our primary concern. For your safety, ACM implements and follows all current safe management measures for staff and visitors. For more information, please visit National Heritage Board's Safe Management Measures for Museum Stakeholders.
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