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May Happenings At Science Centre Singapore

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This May, celebrate Global Astronomy Month, become a paleontologist for a day and more at Science Centre Singapore!

*Updated (4 May 2022): Updated with May happenings

The Science Centre Singapore houses interactive and hands-on exhibits across 14 galleries with regular events and festivals to compliments that centres offering!

Read on to find out what you can look forward to at the Science Centre Singapore (SCS) this May! So don't wait and check out what kids can expect when visiting!

Upcoming On-Site Activities

    Butterflies Up-Close: Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

    Venue: Butterflies Up-Close
    Date: 29 Apr - 3 May 2022
    Time: 10 am – 1 pm & 2 pm – 5 pm
    Fee: Complimentary with every paid Butterflies Up-Close admission ticket

    Celebrate Aidilfitri with a colouring activity at Butterflies Up-Close! Complimentary with every ticket purchased.

    The activity is suitable for kids ages 5 years and above. 

    Wildlife Wanderer Day Camp

    Venue: Passion WaVe @ Jurong Lake Gardens
    Date: 28 May 2022
    Time: 9 am - 3.30 pm (registration starts at 8.30 am)
    Fee: $75/adult | $150/adult and child pair - register

    Always wondered which animals and plants can be found in our parks and gardens? Work out both your mind and body as we hop onto our kayaks and discover the diverse flora and fauna around Jurong Lake Gardens through a different lens. You’ll get to make your own foldable microscope that you can bring along while you explore the Gardens too!

    The event is recommended for children from 10 to 12 years old, and they must be accompanied by an adult. 

    Tech Funday Little Launcher, Big Fun

    Venue: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
    Date: 11 Jun 2022
    Time: 2 pm - 3.30 pm
    Fee: $65/adult and child pair - register

    Tech Funday is a parent-child programme that encourages the exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through mission-based activities. Celebrate the school holidays with carnival games! Control a robot launcher and use it to complete challenges!

    Jo's Night Out - Overnight Camp at KidsSTOP™

    Venue: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
    Date: 17 - 18 June, 24 - 25 June
    Time: 3 pm - 11 am
    Fee: $430 per parent-child pair - register

    Spend the night at KidsSTOP™ during the school holidays! Experience overnight camping with your child, and learn survival skills through loads of parent-child activities!


    • Hands-on STEAM activities
    • Challenges that promote parent-child bonding
    • Exclusive free play session
    • Meals including dinner, supper and breakfast
    • Shower amenities
    • Individual tents pitched around KidsSTOP™ for each family

    This event is suitable for kids from 4 to 8 years old.

    EduFun Workshop

    Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
    Date: 17 Jun 2022
    Time: 10 am - 1 pm

    • K1 – 2: $180 per subject
    • P1 – 6: $180 per subject

    Take part in a Creative Writing, English, Science and Math workshop with fun themes such as local culture, fashion, cuisine and historical monuments with EduFun!

    EduFun is an enrichment centre by Ace@Work located in Science Centre Singapore. It aims to harness the galleries at Science Centre as a valuable medium to complement children’s learning in school and reignite their natural sense of wonder and curiosity. When children learn through play, the result is intrinsic motivation which leads to child-initiated learning. This type of learning is internalised and is a valuable attitude that they can carry for life.

    Enrol in 3 subjects or more to enjoly each subject at $100 per subject, per month.

    Prototyping for Exploration: Space

    Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
    Date: 23 & 24 Jun 2022
    Time: 10 am - 5 pm (registration starts at 9.30 am)
    Fee: Early Bird: $499 | U.P: $599

    Sign up by 6 June 2022 to get Early Bird tickets at S$499.00 (U.P S$599.00) and be the first 50 to sign up, and get a chance to meet NASA astronaut Jeffrey Williams!

    Learn about space and space exploration through interactive visualisation on a 2-day hands-on experience where Science Centre Singapore will bring you just a bit closer to the stars. Participants get a chance to meet NASA astronauts Tony Antonelli and Steve Swanson in person.

        Ongoing On-Site Activities

        Young Ecologist Trail

        Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
        Date: 20 Nov 2021 to Dec 2022
        Time: 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm
        Fee: $5 (either standalone, or bundled with SCS child ticket) | Buy tickets here

        How do animals adapt to their environment? How are living things connected in an ecosystem? Meet some of these animals up close and personal! Through this Young Ecologist trail, you will discover how fascinating nature can be. You get to earn an 'I Am Young Ecologist Badge' and e-certificate too!

        Recommended age: Families with primary-school children

        Travel With Win Little Footprints Trail Kit [New]

        Venue: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road Singapore 609433
        Date: From 1 Dec 2021
        Time: 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm
        Fee: From $32 (Off-Peak Hours)

        Purchase the kit by redeeming your SingapoRediscover Voucher KidsSTOP bundle package: Travelling With Win & Being Me! Kit + 1 Child tickets + $5 Curiosity Shop Voucher ) or a la carte onsite.

        All aboard! Join Win on an exciting adventure to explore the ocean and the sky! Discover the different modes of transportation, and complete missions with your child at KidsSTOP with the latest edition of Little Footprints!

        Recommended age: 4 to 8 years old

        Ongoing On-Site Activities & Exhibitions

        Omni-Theatre - Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker

        Venue: Omni-Theatre, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road Singapore 609433
        Date: 12 March 2022 - 28 February 2023
        Time: 10 am, 11 am, 2 pm, 3 pm
        Fee: From $14 - Tickets

        Meet a rare Australian sea lion pup and the people who are trying to save her species!

        Discover a classic coming-of-age tale that takes place in a colony of sea lions living between jagged cliff face and a roaring ocean, in an environment as harsh as it is beautiful, in the immersive giant-screen film Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker.

        Do note that only online ticketing is available, so be sure to book your tickets and make a reservation before you head down for the show. 

        Brickman® Wonders Of The World

        Venue: The Annex - Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081
        12 Mar - 3 Jul 2021
        Time: 10 am - 8 pm (last entry: 6.30 pm)
         $23/pax (Free for children under 2 years)

        *Opening delayed to 25 Mar 2022

        Early bird bundles - Enjoy up to 10% off every two tickets! Valid till 30 April 2022.

        Brickman® Wonders Of The World, a LEGO® Brick Exhibition is landing at The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore with more than 50 jaw-dropping masterpieces of the world’s most iconic landmarks, where visitors get to travel the world with no passport required!

        You can expect to be immensely mesmerized and learn more about world-famous landmarks such as the ‘Great Pyramid of Giza’, ‘Leaning Tower of Pisa’, ‘Taj Mahal’, ‘Mount Rushmore National Monument’, ‘Arc De Triomphe’, ‘St Basil the Blessed Church’, ‘Himeji Castle’, ‘Ryugyong Hotel’ and many more including our own SG icon the Merlion.

        Created by Ryan McNaught, the only LEGO® Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere and one of only 21 in the world, the global exhibition provides a fun and interactive experience that will keep both adults and kids entertained!

        An additional 1,000,000 LEGO® Bricks will be scattered through the several play-table stations within the exhibition for visitors to build their unique creations, a truly imaginative experience.

        Visitors are required to make an advance purchase of tickets online.

        Engineering The Future – A showcase supported by
        the James Dyson Foundation

        Venue: Future Makers, Level 2
        Date: From 12 Mar 2022
        Time: 10 am – 1 pm & 2 pm – 5 pm
        Fee: Free (admission charges to SCS applies)

        In collaboration with Science Centre Singapore, the James Dyson Foundation has developed a series of exhibits that aim to inspire interest in engineering among young minds in Singapore. All exhibits highlight the value of original creative thought and perseverance though failure to achieve the best designs.

        The showcase includes exhibits on Sir James Dyson’s journey in invention, engineering behind Dyson technologies and profiling of past James Dyson Award winners.

        Da Vinci, The Exhibition

        Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
        Date: Fri to Sun, Public & School Holidays
        Time: 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm
        Peak Weekday (Mon to Thu)
        $15/adult, $13/child
        Peak Weekend (Fri to Sun)
        $18/adult, $15/child

        Be inspired to innovate at Da Vinci, The Exhibition at SCS!

        Officially launched on 18 June 2021, our latest blockbuster exhibition boasts the largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions in Southeast Asia. The exhibition examines da Vinci’s life, research and art through the years. Spread across ten different exhibition zones, guests will get to learn da Vinci’s complex beginning and lifetime achievements in Renaissance paintings, physics, music, military, flight, civil engineering, hydraulics and more. The exhibition will send guests of all ages on a truly exciting and inspiring journey into the past where they will get to know a true “Renaissance man”!


        a. Features more than 50 fully built, life-size inventions and over 20 stunning displays.
        b. Constructed by trained artisans who used da Vinci’s codices to design and build his inventions, bringing to life many machines and devices that were designed but never created due to the lack of modern technologies in the 15th Century.
        c. Unravel the artist’s intricate designs and extraordinary early concepts on modern inventions including the parachute and scuba suit.
        d. Get an in-depth view of da Vinci’s exploration into the world of anatomy including his famous studies on subjects such as the golden ratio and “Vitruvian Man”.
        e. An engaging learning experience through interactive displays and hands-on activities.
        f. Pop by the Curiosity Shop to grab da Vinci ballista and bombard kits too!

        Energy Story

        Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
        Date: Fri to Sun, Public & School Holidays
        Time: 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm
        Fee: Complimentary with paid SCS admission ticket

        Energy is all around us. While we might often find it difficult to visualise energy, humankind has learnt to harness energy for work. From natural cycles to modern applications, explore the sources, transformation and uses of energy at our latest exhibition called Energy Story!

        Jointly presented by SCS, the Energy Market Authority and SP Group, the exhibition captures the story of how humankind has progressed off the back of energy discovery, and must now work towards a cleaner, more sustainable future. Spread across six zones of multimedia displays and interactives, guests will also get to learn about Singapore’s own energy sector, raising awareness of our four energy switches and how we are working towards a greener energy mix. The exhibition also addresses our responsibility as energy consumers, presenting a vision of a clean and energy-efficient future.


        a. Using a special projection effect known as pepper’s ghost, watch an animated feature about the energy cycles in nature.
        b. Try your hand at the Galilean Cannon to discover how momentum is conserved and see how high you can propel the yellow ball.
        c. Work with a partner to direct the lamp at our exhibition onto the solar-powered gliders to make them fly!
        d. How will we power cities of the future? Challenge yourself as a single player or compete with friends in a multiplayer mode to see who can emerge as the better planner by selecting the right mix of energy sources in this game.

        Dinosaurs Of Antarctica

        Venue: Omni-Theatre, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
        Date: Fri to Sun, Public & School Holidays
        10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm
        Fee: $14/pax

        From the Permian through the Jurassic, journey to the south polar landscapes of Antarctica hundreds of million years ago. Roam the primitive forests and thick swamps with bizarre dinosaurs and colossal amphibians, and enter a surreal world of bug-eyed giants and egg-laying mammals, where survival means enduring the sunless, six-month polar winter surrounded by meateaters with night vision.

        Together with intrepid Antarctic scientists, go on a quest to understand the ice continent’s profound transformation and to predict the future as humans drive dramatic changes globally. Welcome to the prehistoric world of Gondwana. Welcome to Antarctica!

        Ongoing Online Activities

        Welcome Chorus – Be A Part Of Our New Exhibit

        Venue: Online

        Ever wanted to influence the development of an exhibit at Science Centre Singapore (SCS)?

        Now you can! Give a voice to an A.I (artificial intelligence) software by contributing to our word library and co-create something new!

        How you can contribute?

        Step 1: Write your in with a treasured memory of the Science Centre Singapore Step 2: Submit your SCS memory and receive a token of reward here < insert link or qr code> The new A.I. exhibit will be unveiled at by the end of 2022 as part of our 45th anniversary. Come visit us again to hear the A.I. in action!

        Science At Home

        To continue sparking curiosity, wonder and passion for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.), SCS’s dedicated team of Science Educators have curated the Science at Home series – a stay-home series offering a myriad of online resources across different formats and topics, specially curated for all age groups!

        From conducting simple science experiments, reading interesting blog articles about the viral Dalgona Coffee or the importance of social distancing, to learning about simple science concepts using the Ready Steady Science material, there is no lack of edutainment for the young and young at heart!

        And check out SCS's YouTube channel where you will get to learn to create a lemon volcano, discover the science behind forensic fingerprinting and explore “out-of-the-world” astronomy topics like asteroids and life in space. Remember to hit the like, subscribe and notification bell buttons for the latest update!

        I Am A Young Scientist Badge

        The evergreen I Am A Young Scientist Badge is now available online!

        Together with your child, explore over ten Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) topics through myriad of self-directed activities. Plus, work on various hands-on experiments and activities from popular cards such as I Am A Young Zoologist, I Am A Young Botanist, I Am A Young Food Scientist, I Am A Young Geologist and many more on our online portal. Do check out our supplementary Ready, Steady, Science! materials that complement the I Am A Young Scientist activities.

        Upon completion, you will receive a certificate and a Young Scientist Badge.

        ISawtheScience Blog

        What emotion do you associate with bubble play? For us, it is
        happiness! Read this article on IsawtheScience Blog to learn more about bubbles.

        Be sure to check out other fun and engaging science articles, covering topics like art, food, games, health and nature on our blog too!

        KidsSTOP Academy: Stay Home Learning Kit

        Fee: $10/kit

        Get the latest KidsSTOP Academy: Stay Home Learning Kit today. With the Panda Climber Kit, your child will learn more about friction from creating their very own panda climber.

        Exclusively designed and put together by a group of dedicated Science Educators from KidsSTOP, the activity kits include a video tutorial. Kits will be delivered to your house.

        Recommended age: 4 to 8 years old.

        Ongoing Promotions

        Half Day & Full Day Admission Passes

        Photo Credits: Science Centre Singapore

        Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
        Fri to Sun, Public & School Holidays
        10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm
        Half Day Pass
        Singaporean / PR (Adult): $19.90
        Singaporean / PR (Child): $17.90
        Standard (Adult): $23.90
        Standard (Child): $21.90
        Full Day Pass
        Singaporean / PR (Adult): $35.90
        Singaporean / PR (Childt): $33.90
        Standard (Adult): $40.90
        Standard (Child): $37.90

        Save up to 20% with our new half day and full day passes!

        Half Day Pass
        a. Science Centre Singapore + Butterflies Up-Close + $5 Curiosity Shop Voucher
        b. Science Centre Singapore + Omni-Theatre + $5 Curiosity Shop Voucher
        c. Science Centre Singapore + Da Vinci, The Exhibition + $5 Curiosity Shop Voucher

        Half day passes are to be utilised either within morning (10am to 1pm) or afternoon (2pm to 5pm) session.

        Full Day Pass
        a. Science Centre Singapore + Butterflies Up-Close + Omni-Theatre + Da Vinci, The Exhibition + $5 Curiosity Shop Voucher

        Guests who have purchased the full day pass may visit the attractions during both morning and afternoon session. However, re-entry is only limited to SCS admission.

        For the latest opening hours, please visit the SCS website here.


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        This article is prepared by

        Leona Quek
        Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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