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National Museum of Singapore

Quiet Mornings Initiative

Since December 2018, the museum has designated the several days in each month as Quiet Mornings. This initiative had catered to groups of individuals such as children with special needs, seniors and their caregivers. Quiet Mornings had given them an opportunity to tour the museum in a quiet environment before visiting hours and guided gallery tours for seniors were also provided by museum staff for special exhibitions.

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