Explore a myriad of fascinating exhibits at the Science Centre that will surely keep you entertained – or even give you the chills!
Young scientists, space explorers and curious creatures, come gather at the Science Centre Singapore! If you’re looking for a place to have fun but also learn at the same time, this educational emporium of wonder and all things science is a great place to start. From exploring phobias to space expedition, here is what’s on at the Science Centre Singapore this June holidays. Better start making plans!
Even the young ‘uns have their share of fun. Kids from as young as 18 months get to make a trip to KidsSTOP. Explore new health-focused exhibits at the Supermarket and Know Your Body Zones where your children will learn about good health habits, including eating healthily, staying active and having a positive mental well-being. Kids will also get to assemble healthy meals at the My Healthy Plate exhibit and learn to manage emotions such as sadness, fear and anger through various story pods. Time to get hands on!
KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Phobia²: The Science of Fear
When it comes to public speaking, even the best of us get stage fright. From butterflies in your stomach during a class presentation to sweaty palms before a performance, glossophobia (or fear of public speaking) is a real thing – whether you’re an adult or a child. Learn all about this fear (which is more common than you think) and other phobias at the Phobia²: The Science of Fear exhibition.
Hall B, Science Centre Singapore
Fun with Fear Science Show
From fear to fun, catch this entertaining science show where you get to unravel the mysteries behind some of your fears! Why does your breath quicken when you are in the dark? Does your heart pound when you hear a loud sound? Fear not, all your questions will be answered.
26 May – 24 June 2018, 4pm, Maxwell Auditorium, Science Centre Singapore
I’m a Science Explorer
To the Science Centre and beyond! If you have an eye for details and a knack for solving clues, put on your thinking cap and go on an expedition at the Centre. Remember to pick up a gallery hunt booklet at the Science Centre main entrance to answer all questions correctly before you get to bring home an attractive souvenir.
26 May – 24 June 2018, 10am- 5.30pm, Science Centre Singapore
Go on this free guided tour that unravels the beautiful stages of butterfly metamorphosis as it transforms from an egg to a beautiful winged adult. A good introduction to the life cycle for children aged 3 years and above, Butterflies-Up Close will provide a deeper insight into how butterflies behave, interact with its surroundings, and survive each stage of its life cycle to reach adulthood. You’ll also get to meet the famous resident of the butterfly sanctuary this season: the Autumn Leaf. It’s most striking feature? This nymphalid butterfly found in most parts of Asia resembles a dead leaf when its wings are closed!
Hall D, Science Centre Singapore
Lauded as Southeast Asia’s first 8K 3D digital dome theatre, the Omni-Theatre offers an immersive edutainment experience like no other for the entire family. Go on a space odyssey in this 221-seat theatre that has the largest seamless dome screen in Southeast Asia at 23-metre diameter. Its latest movie, Space Next, offers a glimpse into future space developments, led by private space developments and national space programs that help to inspire a future generation of explorers, scientists, and dreamers.
Omni-Theatre, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Forget the heat of Singapore and bundle up in layers to go sledding on a three-storey-high snow slope at Snow City! Your favourite Ty Beanie Boo characters will also be there to make your experience all the more exciting. Gawk at larger-than-life snow sculptures, meet the Snow City mascots and complete our activity card to stand a chance to bring home your very own Ty Beanie Boo. Winter wonderland in June? Why not!
26 May – 30 June 2018, 10am- 6pm. Snow City Singapore, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Admission to Science Centre Singapore starts from $4 onwards. Separate admission charges apply for gated attractions. For more information, visit www.science.edu.sg or beat the queue when you buy your tickets online.
This article is sponsored by Science Centre Singapore