We take a look at the updated offerings at the National Gallery Singapore and what can families expect!
Location: National Gallery Singapore
Hour: 10 am - 7 pm
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PR. More Details here
This week, we revisited the National Gallery Singapore, and took a look at the changes to the Installations. See our previous visit here.
BYKIDO VISITS National Gallery Singapore
The Enchanted Tree House and Who's in the Woods have been replaced and other installations have been added in conjunction with the Children's Season Small Big Dreamers
Wandering in Black and White
In place of The Enchanted Tree House is Wandering in Black and White, where kids can make use of light and objects to create shadow cities and follow sounds across pipes.
In our opinion, not as colorful and exciting as The Enchanted Tree House but its interesting to play with the shadows and the kids learn more about perspectives.
What's in the Forest, a popular interactive screen, has been replaced with an interactive Village.
The concept is the same, but instead of animals, kids may choose to create their own villager and see it come to life on the screen.
The villager walks around and even waves back at you too. Still as popular with the kids as they try to create colorful villagers.
As always, the National Gallery Singapore is very child friendly, and many installations are geared towards the little ones.