March Holidays are here and we are sure you are excited to make the most of the holidays with your little ones - and are looking for fun stuff to do with them while they are at home. Well, look no more - because we have got you covered. Here is a list of 7 unique and fun things to do with kids over March Holidays. 

1. Visit The Children’s Museum Singapore 

The newly opened Children’s Museum is all set to welcome kids to go on a journey of exploring Singapore’s culture and its part during these school holidays. They have various events to suit all age groups and appeal to all interests - from an enchanted garden party, to art appreciation tour, to story telling sessions about our beloved mouse deer! Check out their full schedule and registration requirements here

2. Walking tour by National Heritage Board

Here’s something different and exciting to do with your kids this weekend. The National Heritage board is conducting a walking tour of Bencoolen, Waterloo and queen street. Enjoy all the interesting tidbits that the expert guide shares with you while taking you around all the places of importance for all the nationalities that live harmoniously in Singapore. The walk isnt too tiring and will give you a chance to explore Singapore in a very different way with your kid. Recommended for kids ages 6 years and above with their parents. You can book your slot here 

3. Visit National Museum Singapore

National Museum has lined up various activities for March Holiday Family Fun. And guess what - most of them are free! So even if it rains and taking your kids to the park or play ground isn't possible, you have so many interesting options at the national gallery - most of which are indoors. From drop-in craft activities to loose parts play to building tours they have something for all age groups. Get more details here.

4. ‘March On’ children’s festival at Esplanade

Here is another exciting lineup of fun activities for you to do with kids during the school break. has a mix of free and paid events as part of their children’s festival ‘March On’. Look out for interactive theatre and art programs from 9th to 19th March. You can find the details here

5. Weekend music concert - ‘Music in the Meadow’ 

Sunshine, nature and music - what better way to step into spring than an outdoor music festival at the Gardens by the Bay. Singapore Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the meadows at Gardens by the Bay. Bring your pets, picnic blankets and have a fun day out with your little ones with some background music ofcourse! The event is free just bring along spring spirits. On 12th March at 6.30 pm

6. Show time @ Art Science Museum

Yes you heard us right. Movie screenings throughout March holidays at Art Science Museum for free. It sure can't get more exciting than this. There are various options and showtimes - but we are surely excited to catch Spiderman into the spiderverse on the big screen. Don’t forget to check out some cool holiday programs on their website while you are there to check the showtimes.

7. Five Footway Festival at Chinatown

Get ready for some blast from the past with the Five Footway Festival in Chinatown. From performances to games, food and workshops. Be amazed and relive life as it was in the early days of singapore. Kids would especially like the kite making and the Chapteh making workshop! Don't forget to block your slot for the many events that are part of this festival.

Well, that’s a wrap for  now. We do hope you have a fabulous time with your little ones throughout the holidays and do check out our new cotton collection from Love the World Today that’s open for pre order on our website - it would be a good idea to get some matching outfits for the whole family while you go out and about!

March 10, 2023 — Fatima Zahra Setiawan