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For those who can’t wait to visit the museum in person!

Get Curious! Gallery Hunt at the National Museum!

Daily from 21 Nov – 27 Dec | 10am – 6pm | Various galleries |

Free | Ages 3 and up

Join us for a tic-tac-toe game in our galleries and discover fun facts about the artefacts!


Simply create an account on this micrositehunt for the Get Curious standees in our galleries and scan the QR codes to “collect” them.


Complete one line to redeem a museum's Doraemon Singapore-themed 3D miniature magnet collectible designed by Supermama!

The first two 3D miniature magnet collectible for the Get Curious! Gallery Hunt has been fully redeemed. The next magnet collectible will be newly released on 14 December, next Monday for redemption - while stocks last, on a first-come, first-served basis. Meanwhile, don't miss the chance to enter the lucky draw to win the full collectible set if you complete two lines of the game!

Limited to 1 redemption per account per day, on a first come, first served basis.


Get Curious! Gallery Trail – New audio clips added!

From 21 Nov | Various galleries | Free | Ages 5 and up

Look out for QR codes on five selected Get Curious! stickers in our Singapore History Gallery! Scan them to listen to bite-sized audio clips on the artefacts’ stories of resilience and innovation, as shared by our Museum Volunteers.

If you don’t yet have a copy, Get Curious! The Official Interactive Family Guide to the National Museum of Singapore is on sale at the Museum Label shop on Level 1 at $24.90.


Grab your copy at 30% off during the Children’s Season from 21 Nov to 27 Dec!



Makers & Shakers – Inter-generational Music Workshop [SOLD OUT]

19 Dec | 2pm – 2.45pm | Gallery Theatre, Basement Level | $15 per adult-child pair | Ages 4 and up with a parent/grandparent

As we ease into the new normal, some things do not have to change! Join us in this fun-filled music-making workshop where you will craft your own DIY music instrument and shake away to create ensemble music together in a socially responsible manner. Get inspired by the museum's William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings, and learn how changes in the environment around us can lead to harmonious melodies if we work to play together.

Limited to 15 adult-child pairs. Visit https://musiccs2020.peatix.com/ to register. Prevailing safe distancing measures will be in place.

This is an on-site workshop. A live-streamed option is also available on 6 Dec.