Science Centre, Singapore

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Time Required: 2 - 3 hours


10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee:

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

Science Centre, Singapore Overview

Science Centre Singapore is a fantastic place to learn and have fun at the same time. The place conducts many shows like Tesla Coil and themed exhibits indoors and outdoors. The Snow City and the Omni-theatre are bound to leave you amazed. The Science Centre has got its very own KidsSTOP where kids learn about science while indulging in many fun activities. This place is ideal for a family outing. There are new things for all to learn and participate in.

The Singapore Science Centre consists of 4 parts - The Science Centre, The KidsSTOP, The Snow City and the Omni Theatre. All of them are promising and exciting to all the visitors. The Science Centre engages the audience in different activities and events which allows them to get a better understanding of certain scientific concepts. The science centre is not merely for observation but for all to engage in, learn and have fun. It houses over eight permanent exhibitions in addition to its temporary and travelling exhibitions, showcasing over 850 exhibits at a time. The building next to the Science Centre is of the Omni Theatre and KidsSTOP. Omni Theatre is a dome 8K theatre that will make you feel like you've travelled out, into space. The KidsSTOP features many activities and games for kids under eight years. Then comes the Snow City, an all year round snow chamber with many rides and activities for the entire family. The Science Centre has a McDonald's Restaurant and a shop where the tourists can buy different accessories and novelties.

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There are two regular bird shows organised at the Jurong Bird Park, organised twice a day.

The Science Centre, Singapore was carved out of the National Museum of Singapore in 1969, aimed at promoting scientific education in the community through a leisurely and entertaining manner, thus increasing the appreciation in the community for the achievements of science. Through its various exhibitions, the Science centre provides information on the various disciplines in the field of science seen in everyday life, emphasising the importance of hands-on exploration over the formal text-based approach.

The Observatory at the Science Centre is quite special among those of the world as it is one of the few observatories located next to the equator. This position allows it to observe both northern and southern celestial hemispheres. Astronomy lessons and public talks are held at this facility. Stargazing sessions are open to the public on Friday nights.

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 system 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.

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 will also 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.

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 the 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.

Science Centre, Singapore: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM,
Last admission to Science Centre: 5:15 PM,

The Observatory: Friday: 7:45 PM - 10:00 PM,
Closed on Public Holidays,

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,

Monday - Friday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM,
Last show: 5:00 PM,
Weekends, School Holidays, 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 & Public Holidays: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM,
Last admission: 6:00 PM

  • The KidsSTOP can get extrememly crowded on public holidays, teacher's day and children's day.
  • Winter clothes will be provided at the Snow City.

One can arrive at the Science Centre Singapore by boarding the East-West MRT line headed towards Joo Koon, arriving at the Jurong East station. The Science centre is a short walk from the station.

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