The National Gallery Singapore is also the first museum in Asia to receive the Children in Museums Award by the European Museum Academy and Hands On! International Association of Children in Museums in 2018.
Aside from its collection of world class Asian art works, there are numerous galleries catered specifically for children here.
Parents will also find a whole range of educational and fun activities for kids.
The Keppel Centre for Art Education is a dedicated facility at the National Gallery that caters to families and kids. Programs are lined up year round where children will be able to discover art through imaginative play.
Exhibits and play areas are also constantly being refreshed to deliver new and exciting spaces.
You can find the following children's experiences at the Keppel Centre:
A space for children to explore interactive art. The exhibits here change periodically to provide kids with new experiences.
The current exhibition is My INK-credible Adventure, where children can create their own digital ink masterpieces through the use of body movements.
Explore and interact with larger-than-life works and whimsical worlds created by local artists.
The current exhibit, Dayung Sampan: be your own captain on deck, invites kids to follow their dreams and let their imagination take flight!
Listen, dance, and sing along to stories inspired by artworks in the National Gallery.
Pop by a studio and participate in family friendly art activities in topics such as such origami and sculpture.
The Gallery works closely with art practitioners across various disciplines to develop programmes for families.
You can look forward to a variety of family programmes such as art workshops, drop in activities, and story telling sessions.
The National Gallery elegantly integrates the historical former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings. Throughout the gallery, you'll come across elements that combine the beauty of heritage with modern design.
It'll be good, we promise 😊
1 St Andrew's Road Singapore 178957
Daily from 10am-7pm
Free admission for Singaporeans and PRs
General admission ticket for non-Singaporeans - $20
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