Valentine's Day Date with National Heritage Board

[Media Invite]

Are you curious how some of our historic buildings became National Monuments? I'm sure you do.  I'm also quite sure you want your children to know too.  

Asian Civilisations Museum
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Why don't we all make a date with the National Heritage Board this February 14, Valentine's Day, to find out?  The Preservation of Sites and Monuments Division (PSM) of the National Heritage Board has prepared an educational programme that will bring us to explore some of the historic buildings that became National Monuments on 14 February 1992 (23 years ago!).  These buildings include the National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, Old Parliament House, Asian Civilisations Museum and the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall. This programme aims to help families bond together through a race and some hands-on activities, and to generate interest in some of Singapore’s most important landmarks. Participants will also stand to win attractive prizes!

This is such a rare educational programme and I am sure you and your children will benefit a lot from it.  So while you plan for a candle light dinner with your partner that evening, you can have a meaningful family outing in the morning with your children too!  To register, please email your name, age and contact no. to  Registration is FREE, but spaces are limited, so do act fast!


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