1. Waka Spookfest
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Location: Waka Waka, 407 Havelock Rd, #05-01, Singapore 169634
Date: 29 Oct – 31 Oct 2020
Hour: Mon & Thu: 10 am – 6 pm | Fri – Sun: 10 am – 8 pm
Fee: (inclusive of admission & Monster Pop Workshop)
Join in the kid-friendly Halloween celebration, Waka Spookfest, a no-tricks-all-treats fest, at Waka Waka! Little ones can look forward to fun games and activities like Tic-Tac-BOO, Bean Bag Toss, Photobooth, and dress-up contest. From 29 Oct to 30 Oct, you can also join in the Marshmellow Monster Pop Workshop. But first, be sure to book a time-slot for your play session online before your visit! You can also give them a call at +65 6738 7733 to make a booking.
2. Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival 2020
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Location: Online & On-site
Date: 24 Oct – 1 Nov 2020
The annual Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival 2020 celebrating the rich heritage of the gardens has moved online this year, bringing the celebration closer to you! Their line-up of activities includes virtual demos, museum tours and concerts as well as a series of on-site exhibitions. You can explore the story of plants and people at the Centre for Ethnobotany, learn more about the Seed Bank and its importance, and discover how to regrow vegetables from leftover kitchen scraps, among other things!
3. Saturdays@ACM: Blue and White
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Date: 26 Sep – 30 Oct 2020
Discover the allure of blue-and-white ceramics in world trade with Saturdays@ACM: Blue and White. Listen to stories of iconic characters found in the museum’s collection, and create a coaster inspired by one of the designs on display. You can also explore the new Ceramics Gallery that’s located on level 3 at the museum from the comforts of your home!
4. Kampong Experience Tour
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Location: Kampong Buangkok
Hour: 9 am – 11 am
Fee: $200 (2 – 3 pax) | $250 (4 – 5 pax)
Before the towering HDB blocks and condos, there were kampongs, which you may have seen, heard about or even lived in, but are your little ones familiar with the concept? Take a walk down nostalgia lane and can give your kids a taste of what life was like in a kampong house with a tour of the last remaining kampong village in Singapore!
The Kampong Experience tour by Let’s Go Tour allows you to step into an actual Kampong House and discover stories of the past as well as learn about the development of housings from villages to high rises.
This tour is part of the This Is Home series by Let’s Go Tour, which offers a line-up of family-friendly interactive tours around Singapore.
5. ToTally Science: Dino Galore
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Location: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Science Centre Singapore, Singapore 609433
Date: 21 Nov 2020
Hour: 10.00 am – 11.30 am
Fee: $53.50/child + adult
Suitable Ages: 2 – 3 years
This coming November, travel back in time to discover more about the majestic creatures that once roamed Earth with ToTally Science: Dino Galore, a science program designed for toddlers to learn through play and inquiry! Find out more about the diet of dinosaurs and how they went extinct. Children will also get to make their own fossil and tasty dino treat! Slots tend to get filled up really fast so be sure to register soon if you’re interested!