Tomorrow: Trick Eye Museum Singapore's First Anniversary!

Hey everyone! If you have not been to the Trick Eye Museum Singapore, tomorrow will be the perfect time to go as they will be celebrating their first year anniversary!

Trick Eye Museum Singapore will be celebrating its first year anniversary on 19 June 2015, tomorrow! As a way of giving thanks to the tremendous support received over the year, Trick Eye Museum will be holding a special activity - Grab the Gold Key, it’s not a Trick!

The family friendly museum will be awarding ten gold keys (yes, talking about the real deal!) to ten lucky winners.

The highlight of Trick Eye Museum Singapore is the 2.4 meter Giant Baby exhibit which is the largest sculpture created by Trick Eye Museum. 10 gold keys will be locked up in the cage held captive by Giant Baby during the anniversary celebration.

Here's how to play - it's just a Singaporean thing, we prepare for everything even if it's just a game: Everyone who visit Trick Eye Museum Singapore and shared a photo taken at the museum on their social media platform will each have a chance to pick a key out of a big pool of keys on that day. It will be the key which they can use for their attempt to open the cage. All successful attempts to open the cage will each bring home a gold key! Easy!

So now all of us have an idea how to play the game! Since it's Friday weekend tomorrow, come down the Trick Eye Museum with me! As there are only 10 gold keys, come down fast and let's hope there's still chance for you when you're there. Otherwise, fret not!

We can always take selfies together or...

Get their limited and exclusively designed tote bags! So we have to be there early just in case it runs out! There will also be a do-it-yourself corner at the museum for us to personalize our bags with their rubber stamps. Cute!

Get your tickets to the famed Trick Eye Museum Singapore here and will see you there tomorrow at the anniversary opening! If this will be your first time, find out more how you can get the full experience at the Trick Eye Museum here.