Want to let the kiddos learn, play, and explore through an in-kueh-dible hands-on experience this weekend?
Here’s a kid-friendly playground worth checking out with the little ones — Masak Masak by The Artground at Goodman Arts Centre.
The Artground is an accessible arts space for children aged 9 and under, and their latest free access indoor exhibition promises a fun & interactive time.
Playing with food is highly encouraged in the messy, larger-than-life om-nom-nomiverse of Masak Masak, where kids can climb on a spilled bowl of chendol, hop on an egg tart trampoline, or slide down a waffle covered in melted ice cream, and many more!
There’s even a mini hawker centre, where kids can satisfy their appetite for play and try their hand at being hawkers for a day. After all, it’s never too early to share the joys of our local food heritage (including the joys of prata, rojak, and teh tarik, just to name a few) with them!
Masak Masak is open to the public, but tickets must be pre-booked; they go up for sale every Tuesday between 12–2pm, for the following week.
Although the play space is open from Wednesdays to Sundays, there are specific time slots, available in 1.5 hour intervals, to choose from:
- Session 1: 9.15am–10.30am
- Session 2: 10.45am–12pm
- Session 3: 2pm–3.15pm
- Session 4: 3.45pm–5pm
You can even purchase purchase tickets for an age-specific programme (like storytelling, dance performances, and craft workshops), with access to explore the arts space 45 minutes before the programme start time.
Do note that all children must be accompanied by a parent or carer and be adequately supervised during their exploration of the arts space. Remember to come equipped with a pair of non-slip grip socks (they’re mandatory for everyone except pre-walking babies, but you can also purchase them at S$3 a pair).
Book your tickets here — you and your kids are in for a day of fantastical, food-filled fun!
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