What's Happening at the Science Centre this December | A Christmas Fair, a Christmas Show, an Animal Planet Exhibition and an Exhibition about POO!

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Its the December Holidays and Science Centre Singapore has spiced up its programme offerings for families! Expect a Christmas Fair, the Sci-sational Christmas Show, an Animal Planet exhibition, and an exhibition about poo, yes.. Poo! 

A Christmas Fair

Date: 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22 Dec 2019
Time: 10 am - 6 pm
Location: The Annexe
Fees: Free

If you were thinking when will be a good time to bring the kids to the Science Centre Singapore this year-end holidays, here's a reason why you should do it over the next 3 weekends! The first-ever Christmas Fair will be running from the 7th of December for 3 weekends, and entry to it is included in your Science Centre ticket! 

The Christmas Fair will be held at the Annexe Building

Indulge in Christmas shopping at the local artisan shops while the kids are exploring fun science facts. From potted plants to wine, over 20 vendors will be looking to help you solve your last-min Christmas presents woes! 

There will also be festive munchies for purchase, especially when the kids get tired and hungry from all that exploring! You can pop-in and out of the festive market as the family explores the various exhibitions (we share some of latest exhibitions below!) within the Science Centre Singapore. 

Don't forget to grab your free popcorn for munching when you take a break between exhibitions! 

Stand a chance to win at the lucky draw when you purchase a pair of Sci-sational Christmas show ticket and spend $10 at the Christmas Fair booths! Five prizes worth a total of $1,000 up for grabs!

Sci-sational Christmas Show

Date: 1 Dec ‚Äď 25 Dec 2019
Time: 11 am, 12 pm, 1.30 pm, 2 pm, 2.30 pm, 3 pm, 3.30 pm, 4 pm and 4.30 pm
Location: The Annexe Hall 1
Fees: $15 per pax, include admission to Science Centre Singapore (Ticketing)

Spend a Sci-sational Christmas at The Elves’ HQ this Christmas, touring the elves’ headquarters in the heart of the Christmas Village, enjoy their explosive performance, and making your own scented candle. You’ll even be able to catch a glimpse of Santa’s top-secret office! For ages 5 yrs and up! 

Living Worlds: An Animal Planet Exhibition

Date:¬†16 Nov Dec 2019 ‚Äď 22 Mar 2020 (closed on 10 Dec 2019)
Time: 10 am - 6 pm
Location: The Annexe 
Fees: $23/ Adult, $18/ Child, $66/ Family (Ticketing)

Made in collaboration with Discovery Inc. and Science Centre Singapore, Living Worlds: An Animal Planet Exhibition, is a wildlife and exploration exhibition that explores the interdependent relationship between animals and the environment that they inhabit. 

To engage with the visitors (especially the young ones), the exhibition uses the latest technology, multimedia and interactive play elements to entertain and educate. By capturing the attention of the visitor and through immersive experiences, the exhibition hopes to foster greater environmental consciousness among our kids (the future generation to own this planet). 

Know Your Poo Exhibition 

Date: Daily
Location: Hall B
Fees: General Admission Fees apply. (Get tickets here)

The name of the exhibition will definitely get some curious looks and giggles from the little ones. That's exactly what Know Your Poo is about, a fun and light-hearted exhibition that looks at the topics of poo, toilets and sanitation! Learn how and why we need to poo, discover the history and evolution of sanitation and toilets, and not to mention the many instagrammable spots within the exhibition too! 

Just check out the fun that Mummy Pris had with her bundles of joy! 


And there we have it! The reasons why you should really think about visiting the Science Centre Singapore this December, especially with the Christmas Fair over the next 3 weekends!

Questions? Ask us in the comments below!



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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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