Reconsider how you understand old age by learning more about the ageing process with our senior guides.
This is an exhibition on ageing.
This fully-guided experience is facilitated by retirees who will lead you through, explaining the exhibits and starting discussions on some of the stereotypes or assumptions around old age.
Other interactive exhibits within the exhibition also allow you to experience and understand more about the ageing process and reconsider your perception of age.
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Tasks that require listening and execution take longer as we age. Try this challenge station which is stacks of fun and a lot harder than it looks! You’ll definitely have a lot more empathy for the aged after attempting this!
In this room, visitors can listen to five videos, featuring short stories of active senior citizens and the experiences gained in their later years. These centre around topics such as “Finding Love Online” and “Re-employment of Seniors” aimed to help adopt a positive attitude towards ageing.
The Guided Tour
- Our tours take place every 30 minutes, with up to 30 participants per tour
- Each tour lasts 40 to 60 minutes
- No additional charge for the tour
- First tour at 10:30, last tour at 17:00. Except weekends during MOE term, when first tour starts at 13:00
- For queries and group bookings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (65) 6352 5257
The Unguided Tour Highlights Science of Ageing
When does ageing begin? Why do we get wrinkles or joint problems? Find out by playing the heartbeat drum and the sense of balance game.Science and Technology
Look at how science and technology play a part in making ageing manageable. Explore innovations in robotics, the home and mobility.The concept of “Dialogue with Time” and its related trademarks are the intellectual property of Dialogue Social Enterprise GmbH.