An artisanal retro market featuring locally crafted trinkets, all-halal cafe pop-up space and car boot sale — that’s what’s going down this 13 October 2017 at the National Museum of Singapore’s 130th Anniversary.
The event spans all three floors of the National Museum. Concourse @ level one and basement one features a specially-curated flea market by the expert tastes of +65 Concept, the market arm of Satire Singapore that will feature unique wares such as retro nifty knick-knacks from Be My Old School, minimalistic felt letter boards by @deko.deco, and vintage gramophones and typewriters from The Retro Factory.
It doesn’t stop there — the second level will be occupied by ten actual cars parked with their boots open. Peddling brand new items or even pre-loved vintage goods, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Across from the sale you’ll find a pop-up cafe corner, curated by Halalfoodhunt.com for your much-needed intermission. Comforting grub from Limaa and plush furnishing is the perfect setting to recharge before continuing on your way.
Get reacquainted with the National Museum of Singapore through a unique retail experience, live music performances and comfort food in abundance. Never given the museum a second look? Time for that to change.
Dates & Times: 13 October 2017 (5pm – 10pm), 14 October 2017 (2pm – 10pm) , 15 October 2017 (10am – 6pm)
Price: Free Admission
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