Explore the Memorial Hall with your school or bring history into your classroom. Find out what the Memorial Hall can offer: guided tours, learning resources and more.
Level: Kindergarten 1 - 2
Age: 5 - 6 years old
Singapore’s Little Treasures (SLT) is a collaborative project with Early Childhood Development Agency which provides pre-schoolers the opportunity to discover our multicultural heritage through creative, engaging and purposeful classroom activities and museum visits Educators will also be equipped with the knowledge of Singapore’s shared history as well as strategies to promote heritage learning using specially curated resources from the Memorial Hall, as well as other museums and heritage institutions such as the Indian Heritage Centre, National Museum of Singapore, Malay Heritage Centre and Peranakan Museum.
Available in Mandarin. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Level: Upper Primary
Age: 10 - 12 years old
Embark on an interactive learning journey with our Museum Educators in a series of storytelling and hands-on activities! Through learning Chinese arts and printing technology, students will discover the history, heritage and culture of the Chinese community in Singapore. They will also gain a deeper understanding of Singapore’s socio-cultural diversity. Available in English. Find out more about the programme here.
Level: Primary 4 - 6
Age: 10 - 12 years old
Lights on, mic ready, and action! Put on the hat of Pineapple King, Mr Lim Nee Soon, and undertake a media interview. Through this self-guided activity, students will learn about Dr. Sun Yat Sen, his supporters, and his footprints in Nanyang.
Resources available in English and Chinese. For more details, please email
Level: Secondary 1 - 2
Age: 13 - 14 years old
The treasure is hidden in the galleries. Who will find it? Students will be encouraged to find out more about three Singapore Chinese pioneers featured in the galleries (the “Prominent Trio”), and learn important values from their commitment to the revolutionary cause of Dr. Sun Yat Sen. Resources available in English and Chinese. For more details, please email NHB_WQY@nhb.gov.sg
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As the Nanyang (Southeast Asia) headquarters of Dr. Sun Yat Sen’s Chinese Revolutionary Alliance or Tong Meng Hui, Singapore assumed a pivotal role ...