A little museum that displays kids’ drawings from around the world and talks about the art, design and history of them is set to open its doors in Singapore in June.
The Marbles Kids Museum is set in the heart of the Singapore suburb of Serangoon, where the Marbles and Marbles Gardens are located, and aims to provide a place for young children to “explore and understand their heritage and culture”.
The museum will be a mix of educational activities and exhibitions, including a children’s book series that will be shown on a large screen, according to The Straits Times.
It is set for opening on June 16.
A visit to the museum is free, but children must have a ticket to enter, according the website.
The exhibition will focus on the history of the Marbled Gardens, which is known as the most visited and most visited theme park in the world.
It will include children’s artwork, including the popular Marbles Tree, which has been a staple of Singaporean gardens for generations.
The park will also have a childrens museum that teaches children about their heritage, including about the Marbling trees, the Marble Bridge and the famous Marbles Theatre.
The museum’s website said the centrepiece of the museum will “tell the stories of the past” of the parks, which include the Marlins and the Marlings Gardens.
The childrens exhibition will be displayed on a screen, and it will also include a children-focused children’s storybook about the Gardens, according a press release.