Play Virtual Hide-N-Seek with Ai this Children’s Season

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Meet Ai, the mascot of Children’s Season 2020 and follow him on a trip around the Roundtable Museums in Singapore!

Children's Season 2020
Source: National Heritage Board

Location: Online & On-site
Date: 21 Nov 2020 – 3 Jan 2021
Hour: Varies
Fee: Free

Children's Season 2020

The ages-old childhood game of hide-and-seek has taken to the digital world this school holidays thanks to the National Heritage Board. Ai Love Museums: Hide-N-Seek is one of the numerous programs happening this Children’s Season. 

Children's Season 2020

Meet Ai, an adorable 6-year-old boy who travels the world and shares a strong bond with his grandfather. Not only will Ai be making appearances in the virtual Hide-N-Seek game, but he will also be visiting the various museums in Singapore!

Children's Season 2020

Designed by Singaporean artist Peter Draw, the game and on-site standees will feature different versions of Ai, which have been designed to reflect the unique features of each of the 22 partner museums (see below for full list).

Children's Season 2020

Children's Season 2020

From 21 Nov to 30 Nov 2020, you will be able to catch all 22 Ai standees on display at the Malay Heritage Centre’s lawn. From 3 Dec 2020 onwards, they will be relocated to their respective host museums, where you can then embark on a physical hunt to locate the hidden individual Ai standees. 

Children's Season 2020
Source: National Heritage Board

You can also go on a virtual hunt for Ai through the Ai Love Museums: Hide-N-Seek web or mobile game. Navigate panoramic 360° photographs of the Museum Roundtable museums’ spaces to discover clues to hidden treasures which are embedded and hidden behind key spots in the photographs to reveal Ai’s special outfit for the particular museum. Along the way, you can click on icons to read nuggets of information about the featured artefacts or selected spots in the galleries.

Children's Season 2020
Source: National Heritage Board

The game has 22 levels and each is correspondingly themed to a participating museum. To make the exploration even more fun, the National Heritage Board will be offering weekly giveaways of limited edition drawstring bags, which will feature all the Ai designs. 

Ai Love Museums: Hide-N-Seek will be launched on 28 Nov and can be accessed through the Children’s Season 2020 website. 

Children’s Season 2020 will run till 3 Jan 2021, presenting over 70 exhibitions and programs in the course. You can find the full list of events on the National Heritage Board’s website and you can also stay updated via the I Love Museums Facebook page. 

Participating Museums:

  1. Asian Civilisations Museum
  2.  Indian Heritage Centre
  3.  Malay Heritage Centre
  4.  National Museum of Singapore
  5.  Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
  6.  ArtScience Museum
  7.  Chinese Heritage Centre
  8.  Eurasian Heritage Gallery
  9.  Former Ford Factory
  10.  Fort Siloso
  11.  Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
  12.  National Gallery Singapore
  13.  NUS Baba House
  14.  NUS Museum
  15.  MINT Museum of Toys
  16.  Singapore Discovery Centre
  17.  Singapore Maritime Gallery
  18.  Singapore Mobility Gallery
  19.  Singapore Science Centre
  20.  STPI – Singapore Tyler Print Institute
  21.  The Gem Museum
  22. The Intan

For more ideas on where to bring your little ones, check out our list of 15 Best Things to do, year-end events and workshops!



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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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