Lost for ideas on what to do with your kids this weekend? There’s always something for the whole family. Make full use of the weekend and take your kids out to these family-friendly events (online & offline)!

1. EDUFEST Hybrid – Singapore’s 1st Educational Virtual Event

EDUFEST Hybrid Educational Virtual Event goodie bag

Besides a spectacular full 3-D virtual experience, you’ll be enticed with many educational related information, materials, products & services, not to be found in a physical setting.

Parents with kids will also undergo a hybrid mode of experience while happily browsing the event, virtually at the comfort of basically anywhere, anytime!

Also, most importantly you’ll get to receive a goodie bag worth $300+ when you register and visit the virtual event within the event period.

Date: 27 to 29 May 2022
Time: 11am – 9pm
Venue: Online

So indicate your interest now by filling in the form here!

Find Out More

For more information, visit EDUFEST Hybrid – Singapore’s 1st Educational Virtual Event.

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2. Meet Snoopy and Friends at Changi Airport

Changi Airport Snoopy June Holiday

School’s out, get set for The Snoopy Adventure at Changi Airport and rekindle your childhood memories with the well-loved Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang this June School Holidays! Winter arrives early at Changi Airport with a double-storey snowhouse at Terminal 3 (T3) where you can take exhilarating snow luge rides, zip down a snow slide, dig mini trenches with snow excavators and watch snow fall with an enchanting light and sound show. Best of all, get up close with Snoopy and Woodstock and follow his friends around T3 for the ultimate June school holidays experience!

Date: 27 May to 11 July 2022

For more information, visit Snoopy and Friends at Changi Airport.

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3. Children’s Season 2022 – The Night Is Young

Childrens Season Museums 2022

Get ready for the first-ever night-themed Children’s Season this June school holidays! This year’s exciting line-up of family-friendly museum programmes will feature night-time storytelling and craft sessions where children get opportunities to explore participating museums after sunset.

Date: 28 May to 26 June 2022
Admin Charges: Mix of Free and Paid Activities

For more information, visit Children’s Season 2022.

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4. Watch ‘Even Mice Belong In Heaven’ Movie

Even Mice Belong In Heaven Movie Giveaway

Following an unfortunate accident, a feisty little mouse and a shy young fox cub unwittingly find themselves in animal heaven. In this strange environment, they will have to put aside their natural instincts and work together to succeed on their journey through this new world. The little mouse and the young fox share many adventures and unexpected surprises and ultimately become the best of friends.

Date: In Cinemas from 26 May 2022

We are giving away ‘Even Mice Belong In Heaven’ Family Movie Bundle. For more information, visit ‘Even Mice Belong In Heaven’ Movie Family Movie Bundle Giveaway.

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5. Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival

Gardens by the Bay Children's Festival Kiztopia

Up, up and away! This June school holidays, kids and their families are set to be blown away as eight specially-designed giant inflatables, measuring up to 12.5metres tall, take centrestage at Gardens by the Bay. Brought to you by Gardens by the Bay, in partnership with Kiztopia, Singapore’s leading mega-indoor kids’ edutainment playground centre, and featuring Kiztopia Friends, this larger-than-life inflatables installation is part of this year’s Children’s Festival, at the Supertree Grove.

Date: 28 May to 19 June 2022
Time: 10am – 7pm daily
Venue: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay

For more information, visit Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival 2022.

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6. Singapore Army Open House

Army Open House 2022

Army Open House 2022 (AOH22) is returning to the City and the Heartlands (Punggol and Bishan)!

Head on down to ride in the various ‘Battle Rides’, test your SAR21 marksmanship, visit and learn about our Army Formations, explore the NS55 Showcase and other exciting shows and activities!

For more information, visit Singapore Army Open House 2022.

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7. Rose Romance Floral Display

Rose Romance floral display GBTB

More than 70 varieties of roses – some of which are uncommon in Singapore – are showcased in Gardens by the Bay’s Rose Romance (玫瑰之恋) floral display, which opens today. Some of the unique varieties brought in for first time include Rosa ‘Friedenslicht’, which translates into ‘Light of Peace’ – a rose named for 70 years of peace after World War II, and Rosa ‘Broceliande’, a two-tone rose with flowers that are cherry red and ivory or yellow, inspired by the Arthurian legend of how the wizard Merlin fell for the fairy Viviane.

Date: 13 May to 12 June 2022
Time: 9am to 9pm
Venue: Flower Dome
Admission Fees: Admission charge to Flower Dome applies.

You can get tickets online via Klook.

For more information, visit Rose Romance Floral Display @ Gardens By The Bay.

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8. Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022

Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022

Discover the story and traditions behind Dragon Boat Festival, one of the oldest cultural festivals in the world, and revel in the rich historical and cultural significance of the festival with a line-up of live performances, cultural workshops, heritage walking tours, storytelling sessions, and more during the weekend open house.

Date: 21 May to 3 June 2022
Venue: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall & SYSNMH Facebook page

For more information, visit Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022.

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9. Big BlockWalk 2022

Big BlockWalk 2022

Organised by Habitat for Humanity Singapore, in partnership with the Public Hygiene Council (PHC), Big BlockWalk aims to rally between 1,000 volunteers who believe in championing safe and healthy living environments beyond the home. Big BlockWalk will be one of the closing events for the PHC ‘Keep Clean, Singapore’ campaign. Join us to simultaneously be part of an islandwide effort to pick litter in our community spaces in the heartlands or favourite green spaces. This event is suitable for all ages and can be a fun learning moment for family with young kids.

Date: 28 May 2022
Time: 10am – 11.30am
Venue: Any outdoor area you preferred
Price: Free-of-charge
Event registration link.

For more information, visit here.

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10. SCCC’s Cultural Extravaganza

SCCC Cultural Extravaganza Funderland

Back for its fifth year, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) announced the grand return of its marquee event Cultural Extravaganza. Notable local art groups like Bhaskar’s Arts Academy, Nine Years Theatre, T.H.E Dance Company, TENG Ensemble, Jazz Association (Singapore), Ding Yi Music Company, and PLAYInc will be joining this year’s festival lineup.

Date: 13 May to 19 June 2022

For more information, visit SCCC’s Cultural Extravaganza.

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11. Light at Rainbow Connection II (MHC)

Rainbow Connection II at Malay Heritage CentreRainbow Connection II at the Malay Heritage Centre

Rainbows have long been held as symbols of hope, luck and new beginnings for many cultures, yet they are rare and elusive sights in the sky. From 29 April till 29 May, don’t miss the chance to experience the beauty of a rainbow that will linger for far longer at the Malay Heritage Centre’s (MHC) Rainbow Connection II.

Date: 29 April to 29 May 2022
Venue: Malay Heritage Centre

For more information, visit Light at Rainbow Connection II at Malay Heritage Centree)

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Nin Jiom Herbal Candy Winning Voice Contest

Nin Jiom Herbal Candy Winning Voice Contest

Do you and your kids want to win a chance to be on radio with DJ Joshua Simon, and other prizes worth over $5000 in total? Here’s your chance! To find out more, visit here.

Date: Till 31 May 2022

For more information, visit Nin Jiom Herbal Candy Winning Voice Contest.



12. 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.

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13. 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: 19 February to 11 September 2022
Venue: SAM’s Bras Basah and Queen Street hoardings

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

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14. 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
Show period: 12 March 2022 to 28 February 2023

You can get tickets to Omni-Theatre via Klook.

For more information, visit Science Centre Omni-Theatre Movies.

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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

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16. 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.

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17. 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.

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18. Colour Socks Parade 2022

Colour Socks Parade 2022

As part of Celebrating MINDS 60 (CM60), MINDS has launched the Colour Socks Parade 2022, which is a virtual challenge and fundraising event taking place over the course of 60 days. Open to the community from all walks of life, participants have the option of signing up as an individual or a team of up to 10 participants, to collectively clock the target distance of 60,000km using the Strava app.

Participants may choose to walk, run, swim a total distance of 60km during the challenge period, or alternatively, to cover the same distance by cycling. The top individuals and teams who clocked the longest distance, and raised the most support for the programmes and services, will stand to win attractive prizes, sponsored by partners. Registration starts at $38 per participant, and participants will receive a Compressport Sports T-shirt and an e-Certicate upon completion. #ColourSocksParade2022 #CM60 #SGMinds

Date: 2 April to 31 May 2022

Interested participants may register now via here.

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19. Playtime At Toybox This June Holiday Season With Singapore’s Wildlife Parks

Playtime at Toybox Singapore Zoo and River WondersImage credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

Discover the amazing world of animals at Singapore Zoo and River Wonders this June holiday season with popular Hasbro brands – My Little Pony, MONOPOLY, Play-Doh and NERF – jointly brought to you by Mandai Wildlife Group and Kingsmen.

There are 12 activities to embark on in the two wildlife parks and you can start your wild adventure by pre-purchasing a Toybox Experience Passport at $15 (members enjoy a discounted rate of $12) that comes with a limited-edition Playtime at Toybox keychain. Be a trooper and conquer all the activities to fill your mini Toybox collection with four mini magnets.

Date: 28 May to 26 June 2022

For more information, visit June Holiday Season at Singapore’s Wildlife Parks.

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20. Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) 2022

Singapore HeritageFest 2022

Pack your bags and explore Singapore in a whole new light through tours and programmes that illuminate the evolution of travel to and within Singapore, and what made us a dynamic tourism hub today. Or, embark on an adventure into Singapore’s natural heritage and discover the flora and fauna native to the region with hands-on workshops and trails that bring us closer to nature.

Date: 2 to 29 May 2022
Venue: Various locations island-wide & online

For more information, visit Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) 2022.

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21. Alliance Française de Singapour (RE)BIRTHS Exhibition

Alliance Française de Singapour (RE)BIRTHS exhibition

Pack your bags and explore Singapore in a whole new light through tours and programmes that illuminate the evolution of travel to and within Singapore, and what made us a dynamic tourism hub today. Or, embark on an adventure into Singapore’s natural heritage and discover the flora and fauna native to the region with hands-on workshops and trails that bring us closer to nature.

Date: 15 April to 15 June 2022
Venue: La Galerie
Admission: Free

For more information, visit Alliance Française de Singapour (RE)BIRTHS Exhibition.

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22. Decathlon Run 2022

Decathlon Run 2022

What better way to motivate yourself to improve your running performance than to train and compete in a competition? Surrounded by like-minded running enthusiasts, join the Decathlon Run 2022 and start your journey of becoming a better runner today as your prepare for the event.

Date: 2 to 26 May (Virtual) | 27 to 29 May 2022 (Physical)

For more information, visit Decathlon Run 2022.

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23. 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.

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24. Attack on Titan Exhibition

Attack on Titan Exhibition Singapore

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition will make its Southeast Asian debut at ArtScience Museum, presenting the intricate world-building and vivid characters of the award-winning Japanese manga by Hajime Isayama.

The exhibition documents Hajime Isayama’s creative process from the manga’s earliest days to the present, featuring more than 180 items from his archives, including drafts, sketches, and never-before-seen pieces. His world will also be brought to life with displays of titans, characters, and objects from the manga.

Date: 19 February to 3 July 2022
Venue: Artscience Museum
Admission: Charges apply

You can get tickets to Attack on Titan Exhibition via Klook.

For more information, visit Attack on Titan Exhibition.

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25. ‘As You Were’ Larger-than-life Public Art Installations from Jurong to Punggol

As You Were Our Dreams Must Continue Artwork

Bring out your inner child with the simple joy of a seesaw, share your secrets through a larger-than-life paper cup, or marvel at a giant version of a Marie biscuit. The public can engage with five public art installations located across three park spaces in Singapore – Bishan-AMK Park, Jurong Lake Gardens, and Punggol Waterway Park.

Commissioned by the Public Art Trust (PAT) under the National Arts Council (NAC), As You Were is a public art showcase featuring seven artists stepping into nature to create interactive visual artworks that portray their imaginations of an endemic world.

Date: 12 May to 30 October 2022

For more information, visit ‘As You Were’ Larger-than-life Public Art Installations from Jurong to Punggol.

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26. Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA)

Singapore International Festival of Arts 2022

This year’s festival aims to express the current fluidity and intersections between art forms locally and internationally, and how in practice, many artists go beyond the conventional limits of artistic genres. The works exist in and of themselves as multilayered creations, reflecting the diverse cultures and artistic practices that intermingle within each performance.

Date: 20 May to 5 June 2022

For more information, visit Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA).

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27. 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

You can get tickets to Cloud Forest on Klook.

For more information, visit Weird But True! Exhibition.

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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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