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Children’s Museum Singapore: 7 Fun Exhibits For Kids!

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A museum dedicated to children, the Children’s Museum is a beacon of inspiration, a world of discovery, and a sanctuary for young minds eager to explore, learn, and have fun. It is a place where children can learn the history of Singapore and the world in an interactive way.

Its colorful facade entices children to visit and explore the different interactive exhibits that are designed to engage, educate, and entertain visitors. 

Level 1 of the  Children’s Museum

Children's Museum: Level 1 Map

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Start your adventure with various exhibitions in the museum. The Children’s Museum Singapore boasts a diverse range of exhibits and themes that cater to a broad spectrum of interests. The museum frequently updates its displays and introduces new programs to ensure there’s always something fresh to explore.

A Voyage Back In Time

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The permanent exhibition in the museum, your children can learn about the old Singapore with Captain and Wonderbot. Wonderbot accompanies the visitors when going around the museum making the experience more interactive.

The Hidden Chamber

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This exhibition has a short theater show about old Singapore where Captain’s stuff comes “alive”. Your kids will have a great time learning while being entertained.

Ahoy Singapore

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Embark on a sailing journey with the Captain on her ship with all the treasures and disembark in the new place called Singapore. 

The Marketplace

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Explore the shops with your kids and interact with the shopkeepers with their amazing stories about old trading practices.

My Neighbourhood

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From the old Singapore, go forward to the present time with the Neighborhood exhibition. See and compare the modern neighborhood showcasing the present technology and facilities.

Level 2 of the  Children’s Museum

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Take a tour of the second level of the museum. Kids will surely love the games and entertaining exhibits here.

Imagine a Garden

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Discover nature with your kids through this garden. It has a maze and beautiful paper art of various flowers and birds that can be found in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Happy Birthday

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Let your kids have a glimpse of how others in the past celebrated their birthdays. Keep them entertained by learning about different celebrations like welcoming a newborn in a unique way.

Play Pod

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A corner dedicated to your toddlers ages 2- 4, your kids can safely play here while exploring nature. So parents need not worry that their little children get bored.

Getting There

The museum is easily accessible via bus, MRT, and car.

By Bus
The nearest bus stops are Old Hill Street Police Station, Grand Park City Hall, Armenian Church and After City Hall Station Exit B.

8-minute walk from City Hall MRT Station

By Car
The nearest car parks are in the Registry of Marriages (ROM), Peranakan Museum, Grand Park City Hall, Capitol Piazza, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel, and Funan.


The Children’s Museum Singapore symbolizes the power of fostering a child’s natural curiosity and creativity. By providing an environment that encourages exploration, hands-on learning, and cultural appreciation, the museum plays a vital role in shaping the future generation of thinkers, doers, and leaders.

It’s a place where dreams are nurtured and where the wonder of imagination comes to life. If you’re in Singapore with children, be sure to make a visit to this magical world of discovery – a place where every child can dream, learn, and thrive.


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