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Timings : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (last entry at 5:15 PM) Closed on Monday

Time Required : 2 - 3 hours

Entry Fee : Adult: SGD 12,
Child: SGD 8,
Snow City: SGD 18,
Omni Theatre: SGD 14
KidsSTOP:
Adult: SGD 20 - SGD 23,
Child: SGD 10 - SGD 13

Science Centre, Singapore Overview

Science Centre Singapore, located in Jurong East, is a scientific institution having around a thousand exhibits spread over fourteen exhibition galleries. Formerly known as the Singapore Science Centre, this geeky science museum houses the largest collection of educational material related to science in the Lion City.

 Covering diverse subjects like the human body, optical illusions, climate change and fire, the Science Centre is an ideal place to visit with the little ones in tow. The centre mainly of 4 parts - Science Centre, KidsSTOP (features many activities and games for kids under eight years), Snow City (Singapore's first permanent indoor snow centre) and the Omni Theatre (Singapore's only IMAX dome theatre). Shows and demonstrations are also organised on a regular basis to engage the audience in different activities and events.

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Science Centre Singapore Ticket Price

Get up to 40% discount with the all-new Dino-Mite Pass that offers entry to Science Centre Singapore, Omni-Theatre, KidsSTOP or Snow City, DinoQuest, Laser Maze Challenge and Butterflies Up-Close.

Standard Pass
5-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre, Omni-Theatre, Laser Maze and DinoQuest, Butterflies Up-Close)

6-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre Singapore, Omni-Theatre, DinoQuest and KidsSTOP, Butterflies Up-Close, Laser Maze)

6-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre Singapore, Omni-Theatre, Snow City, DinoQuest and Laser Maze, Butterflies Up-Close)
USD 46 USD 60 USD 58

Peak Periods: Weekends, Public and School Holidays (Singaporeans and PRs)

5-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre, Omni-Theatre, Laser Maze and DinoQuest, Butterflies Up-Close)

6-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre, Omni-Theatre, DinoQuest and KidsSTOP, Butterflies Up-Close, Laser Maze)

6-in-1 Pass

(Science Centre, Omni-Theatre, Snow City and DinoQuest, Butterflies Up-Close, Laser Maze)
USD 33 USD 38 USD 43

Off-Peak Periods: Weekdays (Singaporeans and PRs)
4-in-1 Pass

(Omni Theatre, Laser Maze and DinoQuest, Butterflies Up-Close)

5-in-1 Pass

(Omni Theatre, Laser Maze, DinoQuest and KidsSTOP, Butterflies Up-Close)

5-in-1 Pass

(Omni-Theatre, Laser Maze, Butterflies Up-Close, DinoQuest and Snow City)
USD 30 USD 32 USD 40

Singapore Science Centre Opening Hours

Science Centre Singapore Opening Hours: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, closed every Monday except for School and Public Holidays
Last admission: 5:15 PM

The Observatory
7:45 PM – 10:00 PM
Closed on Public Holidays and during harsh weather

KidsSTOP
1st session: 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Last admission: 12:45 PM
2nd session: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Last admission: 5:15 PM
Closed every Monday, except School and Public Holidays

Omni-Theatre
Monday to Friday: 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Last Show: 5:00 PM
Weekends, School and Public Holidays: 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Last show: 6:00 PM

Snow City
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Last admission: 5:00 PM
School and Public Holidays: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Last admission: 6:00 PM

Shows and Demonstrations

1. Tesla Coil demonstration
Tesla Coil is a live demonstration where visitors get to witness 3.5 million volts of electricity creating a spectacular spark in the arena. This high-voltage show alternating current electricity should not be missed.
Location: Atrium
Timing: 12:00 PM - 12:10 PM (Monday to Sunday), 5:00 PM - 5:10 PM (Weekends, School and Public Holidays)
Age: 5 years and above
2. Fire Tornado Demonstration
The Fire Tornado Demonstration is an electrifying show where a whirling fire column rises out of a towering tunnel. Watch the enchanting phenomenon as the temperature goes as high as 600 degrees Celsius inside the chamber.
Location: Courtyard
Timing: 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM (Tuesday to Sunday, School and Public Holidays)
Age: 5 years and above
3. The Dino Show
The Dino Show is an interactive session that explores the common myths about the long lost dinosaurs. This is a fun show suitable for the entire family.
Location: Hall B, Maxwell Auditorium
Timing: 4:00 PM - 4:20 PM (Weekends, School and Public Holidays)
Age: 5 years and above
4. Science on a Sphere: Forces of Nature
Science on a Sphere is a permanent show that gives valuable insight into the Earth and its environment. There are high-resolution videos to give visitors a better understanding of the global phenomenon.
Location: Hall B, Earth Exhibition
Timing: 4:00 PM - 4:15 PM (Tuesday to Friday, except School and Public Holidays)
Age: 10 years and above
5. Science on a Sphere: Heavenly Bodies
Science on a Sphere sheds light into the celestial bodies in the Solar System. It showcases interesting data sets and high-resolution videos related to the astronomical objects.
Location: Hall B, Earth Exhibition
Timing: 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Tuesday to Sunday)
Age: 10 years and above

Attractions

Omni Theatre
Singapore's first and only IMAX dome theatre, the Omni-Theatre was established in the Science Centre premises in 1987. It is one of the brightest 8K digital planetarium systems in the world and Southeast Asia's largest seamless dome screen. The Science Centre Singapore showcases edutainment movies relating to space, nature, animals, marine life, natural disasters and related scientific fields at this magnificent theatre. The omniplanetarium shows help tourists explore various aspects of space like zodiacal constellations, variable stars, exoplanets, Nebulae, the Milky Way Galaxy and so on in a fine level of detail.

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Snow City
Singapore's first permanent indoor snow centre, the Snow City was established within the Science Centre premises in 2000, aimed at introducing the concepts of snow and the ecosystems of sub-zero climates in an entertaining way to the public. Along with an abundance of real snow, visitors enjoy the three-storey high, 60-metre-long snow slope and the Ice Gallery, filled with realistic sculptures of prehistoric creatures like Styracosaurus, T-rex and other extinct species. Snow professionals are positioned throughout the vicinity to educate the public on snow and life in this freezing climate.

Science Centre Singapore Snow City
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KidsSTOP
KidsSTOP operates as a science centre for children, a first of its kind organisation set up within the premises of the Science Centre Singapore. It is the latest addition to the list of attractions at this site, established in 2014. It is aimed at entertaining children between the ages of 18 months and 8 years, fostering an interest in science amongst Singapore's youth. This interactive facility features themed zones such as Flight and Space, Built Environment, Tinkering Lab and PlayMaker Studio where children may gain information on various science topics through hands-on activities.

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Science Centre Observatory

Set along the equator, Science Centre Observatory offers ample opportunity to stargaze and learn new things related to astronomy. The observatory boasts world-class facilities for astronomical sessions and talk shows. There are guided programs available to give a better understanding of the universe. Kindly note, stargazing depends on weather conditions.

How to Reach Science Centre

Bus
The bus routes to Science Centre Singapore are 66, 178, 198 and 335
Bus routes to the nearby bus stop are 52, 78, 97e, 98M, 143, 176, 197, 334 and 542

MRT
Jurong East Station is the nearest MRT from where there are options to board a bus (66 or 335) or walk around 8 minutes to the Science Centre. Keep walking towards 13 Jurong East Street and reach the intersection. Science Centre Singapore is diagonally located at the intersection.

Car
Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE)
  • From the city: After taking Exit 13, turn right towards Jurong Town Hall Road. From the second traffic signal, take the road left towards Science Centre Road and turn right to reach the Science Centre Singapore Car Park.
  • From Tuas: From Exit 13, turn left towards Jurong Town Hall Road, After reaching the second traffic signal, take the road left along Science Centre Road and take the right turn to park the car.
Pan-Island Expressway (PIE)
  • From City or Woodlands: After taking Exit 29, drive along Toh Guan Road to Jurong East Street 11. From the second traffic, take the right turn to Jurong Town Hall Road. Turn left and drive along Science Centre Road and finally turn right to park the car.
  • From Tuas: From Exit 31, take right to drive along Jurong Town Hall Road. Turn right from the third signal on to Science Centre Road and again take a right turn to reach the car park.

Car Parking at the Science Centre Singapore
Kindly note, vehicles exceeding the grace period will be charged.

  Cars Trucks and Buses Motorcycles
Daily charges USD 0.70 (per half an hour) USD 1.30 (per half an hour) USD 0.78 per entry
Grace period upon passion through gantries 10 minutes 30 minutes 10 minutes


Science Centre Singapore Direction Map
Science Centre Singapore Direction Map
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