The Easter weekend is coming right up and if you’re wondering what to do over the long weekend, we have compiled a list of egg-citing activities for the whole family! Read on to find out where to celebrate the Easter weekend (and also how to keep the kiddos engaged).

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1. Children’s Museum Singapore’s Easter Egg Hunt 2022

Children's Museum Singapore's Easter Egg Hunt 2022

Hunt for hidden eggs at Fort Canning Park in this family activity for kids. Discover Fort Canning Park’s history and nature as you complete challenges along the way. Are you ready for an egg-citing time? Recommended ages: 5-10. Organised by Children’s Museum Singapore.

Date: 16 & 23 April 2022
Time: 2 time slots; 9am – 10am & 11am – 12pm
Venue: Fort Canning Park; Meeting Point @ Children’s Museum Singapore
Programme Fees: $16 per child (includes 1 accompanying adult per child)

For more information, visit here.


2. Visit Gardens by the Bay’s Active Garden

Active Garden Waterfront Plaza

In its 10th anniversary year, Gardens by the Bay officially opened Active Garden, a new 10,000 sqm purpose-built green space for people across generations to connect with one another through physical, social and learning activities.

Active Garden was launched by Guest of Honour President Halimah Yacob on 2 April, who planted a variegated guava tree (Psidium guajava ‘Variegata’) to commemorate the occasion. Minister for National Development Desmond Lee also gave a speech at the launch.

Opening Date: 2 April 2022
Venue: Gardens by the Bay
Admission: Free

For more information, please visit Gardens by the Bay Active Garden.


3. Easter Wonderland at Jurong Bird Park

Easter Wonderland Jurong Bird Park Whimsical Wonderland MazeImage: Mandai Wildlife Group

This April, Jurong Bird Park’s signature Easter event returns with a line-up of themed activities for families featuring an egg hunt, a Whimsical Wonderland Maze, a community art installation and workshop!

You can get tickets to Jurong Bird Park via Klook.

For more information, visit Easter Wonderland at Jurong Bird Park.


4. Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse Open House

Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse Open House

Looking for a premium preschool that offers a robust curriculum to prepare your child for primary school? Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse will be having their Open House on 16th, 23rd and 30th April 2022 from 9am to 1pm – discover how your child can grow up to be a confident and resilient leader.

Date: 16, 23 and 30 April 2022
Time: 9am – 1pm

For more information, visit Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse Open House.


5. Fort Canning Puzzle Hunt Adventure

Fort Canning Puzzle Hunt

Do you want to explore Singapore in a fun way? Come try our Fort Canning Puzzle Hunt Adventure! And guess what, we are giving away 500 FREE tickets across four weekends for you to join us in this one-of a kind puzzle hunt. (Note: the usual price per ticket is $30).

What’s the catch? Simply register for this event and either come alone or with some friends to meet other new people! During the event, you will get an opportunity to either compete with other teams or form teams with new friends to solve the puzzles together.

Date: 16 April 2022
Time: 10am – 12.30pm
Venue: Fort Canning MRT Station
Programme Fees: Free

For more information, visit here.


6. Precious Peony (富贵牡丹) Floral Display

Precious Peony Floral Display Flower Dome

For the first time in Gardens by the Bay‘s 10-year history of floral displays, more than 70 artefacts of Chinese and Peranakan culture, on loan from Peranakan Museum (a division of Asian Civilisations Museum), The Intan and The Society for Chinese Ceramics Studies, will be showcased alongside peonies at the Precious Peony (富贵牡丹) floral display. This is Gardens by the Bay’s inaugural collaboration with our local museums for a floral display.

Date: 9 April to 3 May 2022
Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Visitors can get tickets to Flower Dome via Klook.

For more information, visit Precious Peony Floral Display.


7. My Sing Lit: Tamil Programmes

My Singlit Tamil Programme

Sing Lit: Read Our World presents – My Sing Lit: Tamil Programmes, a one-day event celebrating the world of Singaporean Tamil literature. This long weekend, join us on Saturday, 16 April at The Arts House and participate in exciting activities ranging from interactive storytelling sessions and games to workshops and panel discussions. As Covid-19 restrictions ease, this is the perfect opportunity for us to reconnect with our heritage in-person and rediscover our love for Sing Lit. Visit here for more information on the programmes and when they’re happening. See you there!

Date: 16 April 2022
Time: 10.30am – 7pm
Venue: The Arts House


8. Brickosaurs World at Singapore Zoo and River Wonders

Brickosaurs World at Singapore Zoo and River Wonders

Singapore’s wildlife parks – Singapore Zoo and River Wonders – will host Brickosaurs World in the first-ever showcase in Asia featuring more than 60 life-sized dinosaurs. The event also features an immersive maze of hidden clues and puzzles which will create an interactive playground for explorers to get lost in archaeological wonders. The pre-historic terrestrial vertebrates will come to life using 1.5 million LEGO® bricks constructed over a period of 8,548 hours.

Date: 13 November 2021 to 3 May 2022
Venue: Singapore Zoo and River Wonders

You can purchase tickets to Singapore Zoo via Klook or KKday and River Wonders via Klook or KKday.

For more information, visit Brickosaurs World at Singapore Zoo and River Wonders.


9. Brickman® Wonders of the World

Brickman® Wonders of the World Singapore

Get ready for an indoor walk-through journey through history to explore a world of large-scale LEGO® bricks masterpieces which includes the ginormous ‘Tokyo Subway Map’ and ‘Mona Lisa’, the magnificent ‘Great Barrier Reef’ and ‘Golden Gate Bridge’, the intricate ‘RHS Titanic’ and ‘Great Wall of China’, and everything in between. Of course, it wouldn’t be an exhibition of the World’s Wonders without Singapore’s very own ‘Merlion’!

Date: 25 March to 3 July 2022

You can book the tickets via KKday.

For more information, visit Brickman® Wonders of the World.


10. The World Of Nickelodeon Singapore 2022

World Of Nickelodeon Singapore

The first-ever Nickelodeon-themed entertainment centre to hit our shores is the perfect destination for families to have a fabulous day out! A world of immersive games await you: Get to go on a Jellyfish Hunt, join the Adventure Bay Fire Rescue, try The Ninja Vertical Challenge, and have the bounciest time ever at the Jungle Jump-a-thon.

Standby your cameras for the show locations that you’ve always wanted to visit, and lookout for opportunities to meet your favourite Nickelodeon characters. Family-friendly delights for fans of all ages!

Date: 26 February to 17 April 2022
Time: 10am – 10pm
Venue: Let’s Play @03-208/209, Marina Square Singapore

Book your tickets now here.


11. Omni-Theatre – Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker

Omni Theatre Sea Lions Life By A Whisker

Meet a rare Australian sea lion pup and the people who are trying to save her species! Discover a classic coming-of-age tale that takes place in a colony of sea lions living between jagged cliff face and a roaring ocean, in an environment as harsh as it is beautiful, in the immersive giant-screen film Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker.

Target Audience: Ages 7 and up
Slots: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Show period: 12 March 2022 – 28 February 2023

You can get tickets to Omni-Theatre via Klook.

For more information, visit Omni-Theatre Movies.


12. SAM’s Lonely Vectors Exhibition

The Green Crab SAM exhibition Lonely Vectors

Kicking off the first presentation at SAM’s Bras Basah Road and Queen Street hoardings, Lonely Vectors opens with a newly commissioned site-specific installation – The Green Crab: A Diagram of Auspicious Spatial Organization – a speculative feng shui map of Singapore’s urban environment that juxtaposes the philosophy of qi1 against the logic of the global economy’s flow, providing an alternative guide for navigating the city.

Date: Till 28 August 2022
Venue: SAM’s Bras Basah and Queen Street hoardings

For more information, visit SAM’s Lonely Vectors Exhibition.


13. Cerita (Stories) Special Exhibition

Cerita exhibition Malay Heritage Centre

If a picture paints a thousand words, what more the artefacts at the Malay Heritage Centre’s (MHC) latest exhibition, which are related to the Malay community, collected over the past decade? Cerita, meaning “stories” in Malay, will shine the spotlight on the stories and narratives of life in the Nusantara (Malay Archipelago) in a final show that marks the Centre’s last before it closes its doors for a revamp later this year.

Date: 29 January to 31 July 2022
Venue: Malay Heritage Centre

For more information, visit Cerita (Stories) Special Exhibition


14. Enrol in Kids Sailing Course

kids sailing course klookImage: Klook

Learn the basics of sailing with no prior sailing experience needed and get hands-on sailing experience in this fun 4-hour course!

Designed for kids aged 7 years old and up, GROMMET! is a fun, adventurous, and educational programme that will introduce the art of sailing to young explorers.

Find out more about the course on Klook.


15. ‘Dislocations: Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942’ Exhibition

Dislocations Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942

2022 will mark the 80th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. To commemorate it, the National Museum will be launching a new exhibition, Dislocations: Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942 on 29 January 2022. Through the display of personal artefacts and immersive exhibits, the exhibition will uncover different memories and perspectives of the event that changed the course of our nation’s history, and the different ways it is being remembered decades later.

Date: 29 January to 29 May 2022

For more information, visit ‘Dislocations: Memory and Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942’ Exhibition.


16. Singapore River Festival

Singapore River Festival The Great River Clean Up

Singapore River Festival (SRF) 2022 is back for its sixth instalment with a month-long celebration from 1 April to 30 April. Jam-packed with exciting activities, SRF 2022 is dedicated to showcasing the diverse and robust range of F&B, retail, lifestyle and hospitality offerings across all three quays – Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay. Taking a different spin on the festival this year, SRF will be launching a brand-new virtual fishing game as the festival highlight.

Date: 1 to 30 April 2022
Venue: Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay

For more information, visit Singapore River Festival.


17. Singapore’s Largest Chupa Chups Lollipop Lands at Changi Airport

Changi Airport T3 Chupa Chups

Strike a pose with Singapore’s largest Chupa Chups lollipop, or frolic in fun alongside colourful installations of the brand’s striking design around Terminal 3 (T3). Take your pick from the many Chupa Chups lollipop flavours at the T3 pop-up retail store and exclusive Chupa Chups premiums up for redemption, including limited edition Chupa Chups-themed cooler bags and collapsible lunch boxes! Kids can also try their hands at the seven fun S.M.A.R.T workshops, ranging from arts and craft to robotics and coding. Even better, spend at Changi Airport and redeem these workshops at more than 40% discount!

Date: 11 March to 3 May 2022
Venue: Changi Airport and Jewel

For more information, visit Changi Airport Chupa Chups Lollipop.


18. Jumptopia: Wonder Garden

Jumptopia Wonder Garden

Follow Kiztopia Friends characters into the Gardens and watch them transform the Bayfront Pavilion into an amazing Wonder Garden that is set to dazzle and capture the hearts of all! With 10 unique play concepts occupying 8,600 sq ft of space, little ones can look forward to conquering garden-themed bouncy castles, capturing IG-worthy shots, bringing home limited edition souvenirs, and even enjoying yummy bites by Kith Café!

Date: 20 December 2021 to 3 July 2022
Venue: Gardens by the Bay

You can get the tickets via Klook.

For more information, visit Jumptopia: Wonder Garden.


19. Nian Hua: Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art Exhibition

Nian Hua Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art

SYSNMH presents a special exhibition, Nian Hua: Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art, which showcases the centuries-old Chinese tradition of Nian Hua and its significance.

Date: 21 January to 25 September 2022

For more information, visit Nian Hua: Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art Exhibition.


20. Gardeners’ Day Out

You can now participate from the comfort of your own home, with online activities such as webinar and demonstrations by experts, virtual garden tours, family activities, and an e-marketplace with promotions from gardening-related vendors. Videos will be released at 10 am.

On site, there are talks, workshops and free guided tours in HortPark (with safe management measures).

Date: 16 April 2022
Time: From 9am

For more information, visit Gardeners’ Day Out.


21. Weird But True! Exhibition

Weird But True National Geo

The first in the series of exhibitions launches today – Weird But True! This exhibition explores facts taken from National Geographic Kids magazine that boggles the mind. It dissects the strangest and weirdest facts and occurrences in science, food, pop culture and more.

Date: 22 February to 31 July 2022
Venue: Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay

Visitors can get tickets to Cloud Forest via Klook.

For more information, visit Weird But True! Exhibition.


22. Deliveroo Easter Hunt

Spot the Deliveroo Easter Bunny

Over the Easter weekend, foodies stand a chance to win $20 worth of Deliveroo credits by simply spotting one of 20 “Deliveroo Bunnies” – Deliveroo’s very own delivery riders who will be donning bunny ears on their helmets, a bunny face mask and even a little bunny tail attached to their delivery bag. They can snap a photo when they do and share it on Deliveroo’s official Facebook page. The first 20 foodies to do so will stand a chance to win $20 worth of Deliveroo credits!

Date: 15 to 17 April 2022
Time: 12pm – 2pm


23. OTH Ramadan & Hari Raya Celebrations

OTH aims to bridge a diverse variety of cultures, fostering an all-inclusive, family-centric and vibrant community. To mark the start of the Ramadan period, the Hub is hosting several community outreach programmes during the months of April and May.

Date: 3 April to 14 May 2022
Time: Various
Venue: Our Tampines Hub

For more information, visit OTH Ramadan & Hari Raya Celebrations


Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information, no guarantee is given nor responsibility is taken for errors or omissions in the compilation. Readers are advised to check with the respective event organisers for the most updated schedules, venues and details.

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