ArtScience Museum – Where Art and Technology Meets

Decided to bring the little one out before the school holidays and I am glad we visited the ArtScience Museum today. We purchased tickets to 3 exhibits – Wonderland, Future World : Where Art meets Science and Floating Utopias, where people stay about 30-40mins on average per exhibit yet we ended up staying at least 3 over hours because the kiddo refused to leave. I will only share a few photos from each exhibit so as not to spoil your fun if you are visiting.

Wonderland – 13 April to 22 September 2019

We were given a map each before entering and each map contains different characters on them. Isaac got the Queen while I got the Mad Hatter. Just look out for the icons of the characters as we explore Wonderland to learn more about the stories of the character that is on your map. An important tip is to not misplace the map as it is required for most of the activities that can be done. Below are some of our favourite activities at Wonderland.

Exploring what is behind every door in Wonderland
Watching the video clips of Alice in the Wonderland
Attending a tea party
Uploading his creations onto the big screen

We finally left Wonderland for Future World after telling him that there was going to be more fun ahead.

Future World : Where Art Meets Science – Permanent Exhibition

Our second time here but he still found as much joy as when he was 2 years younger. Here, he got to build his own virtual town as well as slide into a colourful town.

Building his town
Sliding into town
Rolling these big lanterns that can change colours around

My favourite display in Future World is the Celestial space just before exiting the exhibition because the light display is dazzling. I believe many will feel the same. Unfortunately, trying to get a clear shot is quite difficult unless you are patient enough.

Floating Utopias – 25 May to 29 September 2019

This playful exhibit that displays the social history of inflatable objects is the newest addition at ArtScience Museum. Shortest time spent was here since it was not as interactive for younger visitors so we only took some photos before exiting. That being said, my favourite photos taken today were all captured here.

Momoyo Torimitsu – The pink giant rabbits
Walter – The Large Curious Rabbit
SurvivaBall. If you look closely, you will notice there is a “person” in the ball. Can you see the face?

We had a really great time at ArtScience Museum and Isaac was insistent on visiting another exhibit before going home. We would love to be back soon to explore the other 2 exhibitions which are free admission – REWILD Our Planet and Into the Wild.