Usually when you go to a museum, you're told not to touch - or in some cases, not to even get too close to an exhibit.  Well, that's not the case at the National Museum of Singapore.

An exhibit called the "Soft Dome" has been installed inside the National Museum of Singapore - and it looks pretty darn fun.  The purpose of the project is to connect people to the architecture that surrounds them - and does so with a series of climbable nets.  You can check out the photos of the exhibit by CLICKING HERE.

So sign me up for this.  All of the museum visits I did as a kid highly discouraged touching (and especially climbing on) anything within reach.  My guess is that they were afraid of something like this happening:

Yup, I just went 90's throwback on ya with some "Full House."  Anyway... you can check out more photos of the "Soft Dome" by following the link above, CLICKING HERE, or by clicking the tweet below.