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Toddlers exhibit at National Museum

Posted by
spots (Singapore, Singapore) on 12 June 2008 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

The National Museum has put together a small playground/play area for toddlers (up to 4 years old I think). It's called the Murmurs Playground, I think. It's pretty neat if you're wondering what to do on a rainy day with your young kiddos. It's got little tunnels, a ball area, comfy bean bags and an area for drawing with crayons. Total time spent there: 45mins to 1 hour. :) It's in the basement of the National Museum and it's free!

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hubbahubba from Singapore, Singapore

ya, and they sanitise the kids and parents before entry! plus for HFMD awareness =)
I'm gonna miss the 3 of you when I am away =(

13 Jun 2008 3:11pm

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

I didnt notice this place when i brought the boys there.Will explore more next time.I kept that smiley face sticker as a souvenir!:)

13 Jun 2008 4:39pm

Reen from Singapore

hey ruth, when did u visit? i was there with my girl and hubby last Sun. I agreed it's a nice place for the kiddos to hang out, my girl has fun time jumping and exploring. Its a pity she didn't get to go into the Mozart exhibition though, i saw alot of kids with cosmetics on their face and paper wigs.

17 Jun 2008 7:04am

spots from Singapore, Singapore

U know, if memory serves, we were there on that Sunday too!!!!

20 Jun 2008 2:47pm

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