September school holiday activities for kids 2019



It's time for a short break before the long holidays in December.



This year, the school break falls on 7-15 September. It coincides with Mi-Autumn Festival, so there are plenty of new spots in Singapore to explore with the family!



Sentosa Sandsation
Siloso Beach
31st Aug to 15 Sep
10am - 830pm , FREE admission
Source:  Sentosa
May the force be with you. Sentosa strikes back with 20 larger than life Star Wars Sculptures, an international sand sculpture, sand sculpting workshops and more.

Read all about it here.



Walking with Dinosaurs 
Singapore Indoor Stadium
29 Aug - 8 Sep


See Dinosaurs come alive in Singapore. This Live Experience will have 18 life-size dinosaurs will take over the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The one hour, 50-minute show will have giants such as the 12-meter tall Tyrannosaurus Rex and the 17 meters long gigantic Brachiosaurus move through a series of animatronics and physical puppetry.


Free entry to Jurong BirdPark
6 Sep to 15 Sep


Haven't been to the Bird park?
You can go for free during the school holidays week. 14 areas will be open free to the public with a gated area for paid attractions.
See the full list of attractions here




Museo Aero Solar
7 Sep 2019 12pm-8pm , Marina Barrage
Free Admission


Calling all aeronauts! Artscience Museum will be launching the Museum Aero Solar, a large flying sculpture made entirely of recycled plastic bags at Marina Barrage. There will be additional activities base on sustainability such as make your own plastic windsock, make your own button badge from plastic bags.

Jalan Jalan with Mickey
6 Aug - 8 Sep | Various Locations


 Jalan Jalan with Disney Mickey Mouse & Friends around Singapore from 6 August to 8 September. From a Mickey inspired trishaw experience to a Minni themed cable car photo opportunity, Micky and Friends will be all around Singapore. Get a chance to meet then at the Atrium and shop for brand new Mickey Go Singapore merchandise.

Find them on selected dates at Bedok Point, Causeway Point, YewTee Point, The Centrepoint, Anchorpoint, Changi City Point, Northpoint and Waterway Point

Full schedule of where Mickey will be is here


City Hall : If Walls could Talk
City Hall
From 1 Sep


An immersive multimedia experience, the exhibition tells the lesser-known stories of pivotal moments that occurred within the walls of this grand dame across its history. See the swearing-in of the first president, the unveiling of the national flag and anthem through an interactive wall. 


Hello Kitty Moonwalk Edition
The Meadows, Gardens by the Bay
7 Sep | 7pm


Run or take a walk around the meadows with LED Lanterns Hello Kitty style!


POSB Passion for kids
15 Sep| 7am


Join the kids-only competitive run or take it easy with a family-run. 
Sign up here


Mid-Autumn Festival 
Gardens by the Bay
30 Aug to 15 September 2019 
7pm to 11 pm Free Admission



Walk around the Gardens by the Bay to see the large lantern displays such as dragon dance, illuminations of joy, a giant revolving lantern, watercolours and more. There will be Lantern riddles, food street, performances and a special edition of Garden Rhapsody.

On September 14, there will be a Mass Lantern Walk. Participants will get a free LED fabric lanterns ( While stocks last) when they participate in the walk around the gardens. The walk will start at 730 pm.






Wan Qing Mid Autumn Festival
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
7-8 Sep
10am-9 am Free Admission
Source : Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

This annual cultural event is for the community to discover and experience the customs and traditions observed during the celebration. Activities include heritage trails along Balestier precinct, guided tours of the museum's galleries, mooncake tasting, lantern-making workshops, storytelling, alfresco concert performances and more. You could even light up sky lanterns here!



Moonfest
Esplanade
13-15 Sep
Various Timings
Source : Esplanade

Esplanade annual traditional Chinese art festival in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival is back. This year is the 15th edition of Moonfest. Highlights include Taishan Shadow Puppetry performances, nostalgic street opera performances of classic excepts by Sin Yong Hua Heng Teochew Opera Troupe and even a Lantern Walkabout on 14 Sep.

There will be ticked workshops to learn about lantern makings, Shaolin Martial arts and free performances throughout the period.


Bicentennial Mid-Autumn Celebration
Chinatown
31 August - 28 Sep
Source: Chinatownfestivals

Look out for nightly stage shows ( 31 Aug to 13 Sep), Festive Bazaar ( 24 Aug to 22 Sep), Lantern Painting competition (25 Aug ) and even a mass lantern Walk (8 Sep). There will be a street light up (31st Aug - 28 Sep) with the official light-up ceremony on 31Aug 630pm at New Bridge Rd / Eu Tong Street. Look out for fireworks, dragon dance and performances during the opening!



Mid-autumn Festival @ Jurong Lake Gardens
Lakeside Garden, Jurong Lake Gardens
6 to 15 Sep 



Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with a journey to the West with characters from popular Chinese


Mid-Autumn Wonders
Vivocity 
15 Aug to 15 Sep
Source : Vivocity

Vivocity goes completely wacky with Mid-Autumn Festival. Last year it was Disney's Tsum Tsum fest. This year, it is a trip down the rabbit hole with Alice in Wonderland inspired showcase. If you want a non-traditional Mid-Autumn celebration, this is it!


September Holidays Special
Artscience Museum 

Artscience museum will be holding a series of activities including thematic workshops and drop-in activities. You can play with coding, make your own inflatable, create clever tricks, have a peaceful march and have a floating utopia family Friday tour.

Stand up and Speak Out! *
6 Sep | 11am | Rainbow Room Basement 2

Floating Utopias Family Friday Tour
6 Sep | 3pm | Exhibition Entrance

Play with Coding *
12&14 Sep | 11 am | Rainbow Room Basement 2

Mark your own Inflatable
12-14 Sep | 2-5pm | Rainbow Room Basement 2

A Hat-trick of Clever Tricks
13 SEp | 11 am " Rainbow Room, Basement 2

*Paid Activites







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