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We went to The PlayDome at the National Museum of Singapore yesterday. I was a bit confused about the ticketing because teachers usually get free entrance to the museum and the PlayDome is free for kids below 3 so I really didn’t know if I needed a ticket. After some miscommunication and making our way to the 3rd floor and down and up again, we finally made it inside after I got a ticket.
I think Art Garden at Singapore Art Museum is more engaging and interactive than the PlayDome and definitely better for the younger kids. But Anya still had fun and we spent more time there than I expected to. We started at the Front Lawn but that wasn’t much fun for either of us cos the telescope-thing was too high for Anya to look into on her own and too low for me to bend down to peep into. I had to lift her a few times and she just said that she saw “nothing”. Then we went into the Black Box and she really had fun experimenting with the patterns in the giant kaleidoscope and interacting with the 2 and a ½ D Cinema. We ended our trip at the Garden because she wanted to “see the chili”.
Domescape @ Front Lawn
peeping out from the wayang stage with her mask on
dressed up in one of the wayang costumes
making the patterns change in the giant kaleidoscope
inside the 2 and a ½ D Cinema
with a prop umbrella and trying to give me fish
us on TV
giving her feedback on the programmes
drawing on a plastic disc in the Garden
looking through a mini telescope
off to look at the chili