We received an invite to Trick Eye Museum Singapore, and we had quite a lot of fun!
I thought the art was interesting in and of itself, and some of the colours were really gorgeous! It was a good time for four of us to just act silly and bond as a family.
The girls were game to pose, and we got lots of cute pictures that evening.
We intended to arrive around 7:15pm, since parking at RWS is $8 per entry after 7pm on weekends, but because of a traffic jam that Saturday, we only arrived at 8pm. 🙁 Since Trick Eye Museum closes at 9pm, there was no queue at all at 8pm, and it wasn’t too crowded inside.
A very comfortable number of people were streaming through the exhibits together with us, and we didn’t have to wait long to take any shots. An hour was actually just nice for us.
They seemed to have shut off the air-conditioning around 830pm though, which is quite a good method of making sure you really feel like leaving by the time 9pm arrives!
Trick Eye is slightly smaller than Alive Museum in Suntec, but we found it equally entertaining! The art pieces are completely different, so we had loads of fun here too.
It is tucked away at a corner of RWS, and it wasn’t easy to get information online on how to get there. The best description I can come up with, is that it’s about a 7 min walk away from the Universal Studios entrance, and beyond the Malaysian Food Street foodcourt and right next to Aston’s. The nearest restroom is within Malaysian Food Street (don’t ask me how I know – kids have a knack of needing to go at the most inconvenient times!).
Now for the happy news: Trick Eye Museum is giving away three entry tickets (worth $75!) to one reader of this blog. Fulfill all the three conditions they have stipulated below, and stand a chance to win. 🙂
They are also running a Happiest Baby Contest now till 9 Nov 2014, where you can submit up to three photos of your baby (deemed as those aged between 6 months and 4 years old), and stand to win up to $750 worth of prizes from Dumex, Drypers, and Trick Eye Museum.
Send your photo(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact number, and they will make the entries available for public voting. The top 5 entries with the most number of ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ will win.