During our short trip back to Singapore, we were looking for an interesting place to visit with the kids, but all the places we could think of were really popular and crowded. C chanced upon some information about the Air Force Museum, and we decided to check it out with our friends.
Air Force Museum
The kids got really excited when they saw the planes, and couldn’t wait to take a closer look at them. We got to look inside one of the fighter planes located on the ground floor, before heading to the second floor to start our tour.
Meimei with the fighter plane
The second level has a variety of model planes and interactive areas, but the main attraction is definitely the role-playing game. All of us, including the adults, tried the game out at least once, and the boys especially really enjoyed it.
There were quite a lot of photo-taking opportunities, and for some reason, even the guys wanted to take photos with the mannequins and aircraft.
I thought it was pretty cool that there was an interactive area overlooking the gallery below that allowed visitors to see the details of the different aircraft.
We went down to the gallery and the kids went crazy running from one aircraft to another. Such a pity that we couldn’t go into any of them, because I’m sure it would be an even more memorable experience to sit in the fighter jet or in the cockpit of the helicopter.
I love how cute the kids looked when they all saluted in these photos!
It was a fun trip out for both our families, and worth visiting if your kids like looking at aircraft. It was relatively empty when we were there on a Saturday morning, so it was nice that the kids had plenty of space to run around and explore.
Air Force Museum 400 Airport Road Singapore 534234 Tuesday to Sunday 8.30am to 5.00pm (Closed on Monday & Public Holidays) Admission is Free Website HERE