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Science Centre Singapore, Singapore
(3.7/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Unleash your inner Einstein at Science Centre Singapore, a science site with more than 850 exhibits and eight different galleries all centered around science and technology. The museum's landmark architecture, featuring two twin spires at the entrance, was the result of an architectural design competition. The center houses the country's first IMAX theatre, as well as a state-of-the-art observatory--one of the only ones in the world along the equator-- so it provides views of both the northern and southern celestial hemispheres. Peer through the telescope yourself to catch a glimpse of galaxies far away. With our custom trip planner, Singapore attractions like Science Centre Singapore can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Brought both 7 and 5 yo to science centre. We were there from 12-6pm yet didnt managed to cover the 2nd floor and 50% of ground floor. Plenty of activities that the kids enjoy. Food was easily accessi...  more »
  • I visited here with my 3 years old kid. Although I asked the center is it suitable for her, and they answered yes, my daughter got bored and didn't enjoy. She just loved the butterflies part. I think ...  more »
  • We come here recently only for this exhibition. As we pay by NETS we got 10% discount. 1 adult and 1 kid priced less then sgd 40. We need to download the application to fully enjoy into the mission. T...  more »
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  • Science Centre offers a unique learning experience for children and fills adults with a sense of Déjà vu. It is full of interactive exhibits and museum-style displays that make learning and teaching science more fun and interesting. While it serves as a great field-trip location for schools, Science Centre is also the perfect place for a family day out if you have school-going children. In addition to several temporary or travelling exhibitions and events featuring a wide range of regional and international creations, the permanent displays at Science Centre include over 1,000 exhibits and models.
  • One of the kids favourite place to visit at the west. Great interactive exhibits. An education and fun place for both adults and children👍 The latest exhibit is Avengers. Probably more suitable for the hardcore avengers lovers and kids above 6yrs will be more suitable.
  • 5 star place for kids to know, play, love science, tons of useful and informative events, one of the best place for parent with kids to go. Strange few tourists come here. Look forward to the new science centre plan at jurong area.
  • Super fun and educational attraction to bring the kids and even adults! Great for locals and visitors. Lots of very interesting (and often refreshed) exhibits to learn more about science and technology. It sometimes also features exclusive exhibitions (e.g. on science and technologies used in Star Wars, Marvel Superheroes, Lords of the Ring, etc). If you are looking for a place to spend some time in West of Singapore, you should go visit it!
  • It's unclear what ages they are targeting. A lot of the exhibits require a lot of reading, which I guess is due to the complexity of the topics they are trying to convey. But this detracts from the fun and the reason of going somewhere you expect to interact with the exhibits. Expect that some exhibits just don't work even after one of their regular maintenance shutdowns. It doesn't look like this is an attraction of which Singapore wants to be proud.