Packaging Title Exhibition
06 Apr 2019 - 15 Sep 2019
Stamford Gallery,
Level 1
10am - 7pm
Free Admission
PACKAGING MATTERS: SINGAPORE'S FOOD PACKAGING STORY FROM THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY
6 Apr - 15 Sept 2019
This exhibition explores the world of food packaging in Singapore, from the early bottling and canning factories in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, to the light industries of the 1960s - 1970s when food was manufactured in factories.

 

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Drawing from the museum's rich artefact collections, Packaging Matters traces the development of packaging technologies in the context of new retail spaces such as supermarkets, as well as the design identities of local food brands.

Featuring compelling stories from pioneers, it also presents the various players that have shaped Singapore's complex food packaging history, from producers and designers to retailers and consumers, as well as explores the future of packaging and eco-friendly practices towards reducing our environmental footprint.

Download the exhibition brochure here.

Our children’s activity booklet features fun activities and questions to aid the child’s exploration and interaction with the exhibition. Recommended for children 5 to 10 years old. Download it here!

Click here to find out more about our Packaging Matters Programmes!

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Family Time

Visit our permanent galleries with your little ones and play spot-the-artefact! Our colourful Early Learning Resources introduce pre-schoolers to our artefacts according to the themes of Numbers, Colours, and ABCs. Available at $8 per set from the Museum Label shop. For more children's activity booklets, click here.

Museum guide

Download our museum guide (English, Chinese, Bahasa Melayu, Tamil) to find out about the many treasures in our various galleries. In this guide, you will also find the floor plan for easier navigation. Enjoy your visit!

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