Things to do in Singapore with kids for Easter 2017: egg hunts, shows, workshops and more

Easter 2017 is rapidly hopping our way, folks, and if you’ve not found the perfect short-break vacay, then you’re going to need some egg-cellent ways to keep your little bunnies amused over the long Easter weekend. So once you’re done making those oh-so-cute Easter hats (try not to get too competitive, mums), you’ve visited a farm for an obligatory cuddle with a rabbit, and you’ve checked out all the blockbuster movies happening, we’ve come up with a basket-load of Easter activities, egg-hunts, and celebrations for a fun-packed weekend. Check back often, folks: we’ll be keeping our long bunny ears to the ground for new events and activities happening, and we’ll keep you in the loop!

A Peter Rabbit Tale
Go on a musical adventure with Peter Rabbit as his constant mischief-making leads to him hopping off into the big wide world rather than facing his mum when he gets into trouble. SRT’s The Little Company brings us A Peter Rabbit Tale, based on everyone’s favourite children’s classic by Beatrix Potter, and we caught the opening show last weekend. Read our review of  A Peter Rabbit Tale before bouncing over to catch the show for yourselves.
When: Now-14 April, various timings
Where: KC Arts Centre Home of Singapore Repertory Theatre, 20 Merbau Road, Robertson Quay, Singapore 239035
Cost: From $25 per person

Hotel Fort Canning
We love getting outside with the kids, and never more so when there is a delectable brunch on offer too! Spring is in the air over at Hotel Fort Canning and Easter Brunch in the Park is returning bigger and better than ever. Hang out with Captain Bunny for an afternoon of fun-packed outdoor games including an Easter egg dash, piñata, bouncy castle, toys, slides, art and craft for all ages and even a best-dressed pirate competition! Reward yourself after all that hard work by heading to the Grand Marquee for an Easter buffet spread featuring delights such as caviar and crab-stuffed devil eggs, Norwegian salmon tartare, crackling pork belly and Easter roast ham. Veggie options are also available and little ones can tuck into child-friendly options including fish fingers, potato cannon balls and chicken bolognese at the kids’ station. AND we’ve got some cracking news: HoneyKids’ readers will bag a $12 discount per adult, and $10 per discount per child.
When: 16 April, 12-3pm
Where: Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 17881
Cost: adults: $80++ ($68++ if you mention HoneyKids), children age four to 12 years: $44++ ($34++ if you mention HoneyKids), children age three and below: free

Chicken & Egg: A Fowl Tale
Having recently given ourselves a little education on all things chicken and rooster in honour of CNY, we’re looking forward to celebrating all things fowl at a special exhibition happening over at Singapore Philatelic Museum. Kids will love the hands-on activities and the family-friendly exhibition not only features over 200 stamps, but also brings a fun history lesson to the table looking at the story of chickens from way, way back through to modern day.  
When: Now until 25 June, 10am-7pm daily
Where: Singapore Philatelic Museum, 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
Cost: Free admission for citizens and PRs, from $6 per person for everyone else

Easter Eggstravaganza at Singapore Polo Club
More Easter fun is afoot in the form of an Easter Eggstravaganza at the Singapore Polo Club. Join the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit and Alice for activities including pony feeding, a giant bubble playground, the Great Easter Egg Treasure Hunt and a host of Wacky Wonderland Easter games. Come dressed in your finest Easter hat to try and bag a cool prize. (Psst: check out our guide to making DIY Easter hats to make things easier for yourself).
When: 8 April, 10.30am-1pm
Where: Singapore Polo Club, 80 Mount Pleasant Road
Cost: From $50++ per child age four to 12 years. Register at

The Adventures of Potter Rabbit
If you’re looking for an Easter-themed parent-and-child workshop, Adventures of Potter Rabbit run by DaVinci could be just the ticket. Kids can get busy making their very own Easter egg pencil holder, and with face painting, an exploration of the ancient dragon kiln and a traditional Easter egg treasure hunt lined up, it’s sure to be a hit for all.
When: 8 April, 11am-1pm or 3-5pm sessions
Where: Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle, 85 Lorong Tawas Singapore, 639823
Cost: $90 for a parent-child ticket

Rabbit Tales
Celebrate Easter with cute fluffy tales in a lovely storytelling session suitable for kids four to seven years. Little ears will love hearing about long ears while they gather for stories about famous rabbits including the bunnies in Aesop’s Fables and cunning Brer Rabbit.
When: 15 April, 12-12.30pm
Where: The Storytelling Centre, Cluny Court, Level 2, 501 Bukit Timah Road

Pet Expo
Although we can’t confirm rabbits or chicks, we can guarantee that there will be plenty of furry friends to hang out with over at the fourth edition of Pet Expo. Expect fun competitions, pet-care talks, an interactive aqua zone and a meet-and-greet with some of Singapore’s most famous four-legged Instagrammers! Bring your fur kids along too: this one is, of course, pet friendly! Thinking about adding a fur baby to your family? This is your chance to meet heaps of puppies and kitties looking for a forever home: there will be 14 animal shelters running pet adoption drives over the weekend.
When: 14-16 April, 11am-8pm daily
Where: Singapore Expo Hall 7
Cost: Free entry for kids below 12 years and $5 for adults

Easterville 2017 at Cafe Melba
Cafe Melba has a host of Easter egg-citement lined up with plenty to keep the kids busy with while you sit back and enjoy a hot cross bun. A bouncy castle, Easter colouring and an Easter egg hunt are on the fun-packed menu, along with festive food and drink specials.
When: 14-16 April, 8.30am-10pm
Where: Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre and Cafe Melba at Mediapolis

Easter Afternoon Tea at L’Espresso, Goodwood Park
Kids will love the family fun including a bouncy castle and face painting in a dedicated play area at L’Espresso, Goodwood park as part of the Easter Afternoon Tea festivities happening over Easter weekend. There’s plenty for the grown ups too: we’re talking a sumptuous buffet feast to include assorted sandwiches, salads, savouries, pastries, desserts (including the oh-so-important hot cross bun) and traditional English scones. Look out for the special egg-inspired creations too (quail egg, asparagus and Spanish ham on parmesan shortbread? Yes please!). Add a chocolate fountain into the mix, and the option to top up your afternoon tea with a glass of something bubbly and you’ve got yourself an Easter event well worth hopping over to.
When: 15-16 April, various sittings
Where: L’Espresso, Goodwood Park, 22 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228221
Cost: adults: $58++ or $78++ with a glass of Laurent Perrier Champagne, children age six to 11 years: $34++, children age five and below: free

The Party Elves Annual Easter Party 
The Party Elves’ Easter picnic is back! This year the annual fun-packed event will be held at Tree Lizard, where kiddos can get stuck into lots of merry-making with games, activities and an Easter egg hunt. Bring your picnic blanket and make a whole day of it, we say!
When: 16 April, 9am-12pm
Where: Tree Lizard, B1-01, 25 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249670
Cost: $30 per child (inclusive of breakfast voucher)

The Easter Farmers’ Market
If you’re looking for a fun event the whole family will love, then this is it: The Easter Farmers’ Market is hitting the Loewen Gardens! Expect a ton of goodies to browse and buy, all by specially chosen vendors to ensure a great mix of organic veggies, fresh meats, wine and baked goodies. Kiddos can practise their best Easter bunny moves on the trampoline, hang out at the playground and even get their faces painted while the grown ups shop in peace. We also hear with our long bunny ears that there will be egg hunts too.
When: 22 April, 9am-2pm
Where: 75E Loewen Road, Singapore 248844


Kids Easter Baking
Mini-chefs age four to eight will love whipping up fun themed treats including mini Easter carrot cake, cookies, chocolate egg nests and bunny cupcakes over at Expat Kitchen. Head over to HoneyKidsGo to snag a spot for your little chicks.
When: 1 April, 10.30am-12pm
Where: ExPat Kitchen, 9 Norris Rd, #02-01 Singapore 208252
Cost: From $55 per child (bookings can be made through HoneyKidsGo)

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