Saturday, June 08, 2013

Free Admission to National Museum for Singaporeans - PhotoHunt

Walter the enormous white inflatable bunny suntanning outside Singapore Art Museum

PhotoHunt theme : How is your sky today?/Grin

It's the June school holidays in Singapore. It was sunny and humid this morning but there was a heavy downpour in the afternoon.

Fortunately I had planned a visit to the National Museum where my young nephews explored our multi-racial and multi-cultural society through the themes of Food, Film and Wayang, Fashion, and Photography in air-con comfort.

Glad that there is a Children’s Season – Island Adventures 2013 (18 May - 30 June) where lots of fun activities are planned for children.

The young boys enjoyed a wayang peep show and learnt how photo studios of a bygone era produced coloured prints in the 1950s and 60s. Each boy received a complimentary activity book and we purchased optional Craft Kits for additional hands-on activities.


Hand puppets


Impressive screen at Singapore History Gallery

A Young MM Lee Kuan Yew grinning as he was welcomed by Chief Minister Lim Yew Hock 

Visit 11 attractions for free - Singapore Discovery Centre, Army Museum, Memories at Old Ford Factory, Asian Civilisations Museum, Malay Heritage Centre, National Museum of Singapore, Peranakan Museum, Reflections at Bukit Chandu, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Philatelic Museum and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.

Children’s Season – Island Adventures 2013 (18 May - 30 June)
National Museum of Singapore 新加坡国家博物院
Concourse and Craft Zone, Level 1 10am – 8pm Free Admission

Free admission to National Museum for Singapore citizens, and PRs who are students, teachers, senior citizens and NSFs as well as children of 6 years of age and under.

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  1. Interesting

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
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  2. great take on the combined theme.

  3. What a nice museum! I would like to visit the museum.

  4. Is Walter the museum's mascot? Also... er... sorry but Malaysia has a prime minister (like Singapore), not a chief minister... ;b

    1. No, Walter was on display for a short period outside the Singapore Art Museum.

      My bad, second Chief Minister of Singapore Lim Yew Hock. :P

  5. Lovely place to spend a rainy afternoon :)

  6. Rushing to get ready for birthday dinner tonight! Enjoy the school holidays! Hubby just got back from Sg.. 1 day trip only though! :):)

  7. my comment was lost.

    anyway, it must've been a very exciting day for the boys. the wayang peep show sounds interesting.

    nice grin from the men.

  8. The museum looks like a great place to visit. Bet your nephews had a great time, especially with getting some fun 'take home' activities.


  9. Hi ECL, very cool photos. It's wonderful that the visit was free for the day and included an activity book for the children. Great take for the two themes this week.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  10. those are lovely hand puppets! happy weekend ECL! :)

  11. It seem all of the world the word "holiday" is used. But when kids get out of school for summer it called a "vacation"
    Most around here go back to school the first part of September.

    Coffee is on

  12. Great job on the themes :) Free admission you can't beat that! I'd be grinning :)