Children's Season 2024

Jointly presented by Children’s Museum Singapore and the Museum Roundtable, Children’s Season is an annual programme that brings cultural and educational experiences to spark wonder and curiosity in children and inspire them to learn about our collective heritage. The theme of Children’s Season 2024 is Innovation, where we hope to inspire and encourage children to be creative thinkers. 

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Travelling Art Cart: Art Across Time

14 & 15 Jun 2024

[Free drop-in activity] Step back in time with the Travelling Art Cart and explore ‘Here They Come!’ by Koeh Sia Yong from the National Collection. Transport to the vibrant streets of 1950s and 1960s Singapore, where unlicensed hawkers were commonplace. Join us and be engaged in self-guided interactive, family-friendly activities where children can roleplay as hawkers, imagining the bustling scenes depicted in the artwork.


My Friend, Mr. Pirate!

7 & 8 Jun 2024

[Paid Programme] Singapore Maritime Gallery has been hijacked by Mr. Pirate while he tries to find his treasure! Join us as pirate crew with your very own special pirate wristbands as you embark on this adventure to learn about Singapore’s development into a proud maritime nation with Mr. Pirate. Uncover clues hidden throughout the gallery to find the treasure and have a swashbuckling good time of song and dance!


Train Upcycling: Giving Old Trains New Life!

30 May & 6 Jun 2024

[Free, pre-registration required] Join us for a hands-on workshop where you will learn the art of train upcycling. In this workshop, our train engineers will share about how train parts from decommissioned trains are upcycled or repurposed for other used. You will also get to experiment with these train parts and brainstorm innovative ideas on how to transform them for other purposes!


Food for Thought

25 May & 1 Jun 2024

[Paid Programme] Food for Thought is a poignant interactive theatrical experience set in post-war Singapore. Inspired by the ration cards used in 1946, join the Tan family and experience how they brave through hardships and strengthen their bond together as a family. During the programme, there will be role-playing opportunities through the game ‘Heart of Gold’, to engage children in exercising their options with creativity and morals as they make decisions on how to budget and allocate resources for themselves and their loved ones.

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Last Updated: 28 Aug 2020, 4:51:13 PM

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