The universe of Toy Story 4 is coming to life this June holiday at the Supertree Grove by Gardens by the Bay.
This year’s Children’s Festival by Gardens by the Bay will run from June 15 to 30 and is themed after Toy Story 4. It will also feature a slew of family-friendly games and activities for a day filled with fun under the sun.
This year’s Children’s Festival, which will begin just ahead of the theatrical release of Toy Story 4 in theatres around Singapore on June 20, is made possible thanks to a three-year collaboration between Singapore Tourism Board and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia.
Some of the activities that guests can look forward to includes Star Adventurer, where young adventurers can race in self-driving cars to help power up Buzz Lightyear, and Bo Peep’s Adventure, an obstacle course for the young ones to test their speed, agility, and endurance.
There will also be exclusive drawing workshops on June 15 and 16, hosted by Pixar Animation Studio artist Mara MacMahon, who was the character designer and character modeller lead for Toy Story 4.
Topping it all off is the first ever Toy Story 4 themed marble track which spans 150 metres and is set between two of the Supertrees in the garden. Twice every hour, guests will get to witness a 1.5-metre wide marble travelling down the track.
Each day of the Children’s Festival will end with a special Toy Story 4 inspired edition of the Garden Rhapsody, the Garden’s signature light and music show.
Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival 2019
Location: Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
Date: June 15 – June 30, 2019
Admission: Free, but charges apply to selected programmes.
For more information, you can head on down to the official event page for Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival 2019.
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