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Explore These Not-to-be-missed Museum Exhibits in Singapore This 2024

Explore These Not to be missed Museum Exhibits in Singapore This 2024

In the vibrant and colourful city of Singapore, discover an array of fun and intriguing exhibits, offering unique themes and experiences perfect for a day out with friends. From captivating Harry Potter displays to thought-provoking, soundless installations, embark on an adventure of discovery you should not miss.

Plastic: Remaking Our World

Plastic: Remaking Our World
Facebook/National Museum of Singapore

Learn the history of plastic and how it evolves through the years and is continuously utilised, slowly wrapping the world into a wasteland at “Plastic: Remaking Our World” by Vitra Design Museum, V&A Dundee, and maat, Lisbon. Explore the extensive interactive exhibit with more than 300 items to see at the National Museum of Singapore until June 23.

Location: Plastic: Remaking Our World, National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road

Journey to the Lobster Planet

Journey to the Lobster Planet
Website/Whitestone Gallery Singapore

Embark on a thrilling adventure with Philip Colbert’s “Journey to the Lobster Planet.” Travelling from Japan to Taipei and now to Singapore, the artist's solo exhibition showcases his alter-ego world, the Lobster Planet. Serving as the tour's finale, the Singapore installation introduces fresh perspectives by juxtaposing Colbert's works with those of prominent Japanese artists. Catch this unique exhibit until March 3 at Whitestone Gallery.

Location: Journey to the Lobster Planet, Whitestone Gallery, 39 Keppel Rd., #05-03/06 Tanjong Pagar Distripark

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience
Website/Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience

Hey Potterheads, it’s time to cast your favourite spell! Singapore is wrapped in darkness and magic with “Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience.” Unleash your wizard-like skills at the specially curated photo spots that perfectly replicate the ones in the movies. Explore the woodland with your wand at the Coastal Trail in Sentosa and break the magic spells like a true wizard. Tickets are available until April 21, as of this writing.

Location: Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience, Siloso Point, Coastal Trail, Sentosa

Phobia: The Science of Fear

Phobia: The Science of Fear
Website/Science Centre Singapore

Confronting your fears may seem daunting, but at “Phobia: The Science of Fear,” you can transform fear into an entertaining learning experience! This interactive exhibition delves into various fears, offering visitors the opportunity to overcome them through engaging installations prepared around the venue.

Location: Phobia: The Science of Fear, Hall B, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road

Nguyễn Trinh Thi: 47 Days, Sound-less

Nguyễn Trinh Thi: 47 Days, Sound-less
Facebook/Singapore Art Museum

Enter the world of silence at “47 Days, Sound-less” by Vietnamese artist Nguyễn Trinh. Open until April 14, this exploration delves into the intricate relationships between sound and silence, sight, language, colours, and their absence. Through the lens of "peripheries," natural landscapes, uncredited characters, and soundtracks from American and Vietnamese films offer glimpses into perspectives beyond the human experience, inviting viewers to contemplate deeper connections within our world.

Location: Nguyễn Trinh Thi: 47 Days, Sound-less, The Engine Room, Singapore Art Museum, Tanjong Pagar Distripark

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