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PAST EXHIBITION

Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition


This is a past exhibition.

Exhibition Dates:

1 Nov 2014 to
1 Mar 2015

 

Location:
The Annexe, Science Centre

 

Typical time required:

1.5hr+ 2.5 hr with movie

 

Admission Rates:

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Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition celebrates 30 years of evolution of the much beloved and world famous Transformers series. The exhibition presents a snapshot of the history of Transformers and the scenes and robots of the Transformers movies in stunning life-like depiction. This exhibition will set visitors on an adventure as they embark on a quest to find out more about Transformers and come face to face with the signature 7m high Optimus Prime and Bumblebee! There’s more to it than meets the eye as the exhibition is filled with activities such as the challenging laser maze, Transformer movie screenings, photo opprtunities, dynamic exhibits as well as a hands-on zone which will keep the whole family entertained and occupied!

 
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Highlights

 


Formidable Figures

The most breathtaking attraction of this exhibition is the 7m tall Bumblebee and Optimus Prime. The two formidable figures stand across each other for fans to admire the delicate craftsmanship that was put into their production.


 

3D Mapping

With spectacular graphics and vibrant effects, this powerful visual projection will let visitors experience the world of Transformers like never before.


Other Highlights

  • Zones straight out movie scenes
  • Interactive All Spark
  • Activity Stations for the whole family
  • Transformers Movies:
    • Transformers
    • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    • Transformers: Dark of the Moon

 

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Admission Rates

 

Click here for more information on the single venue, 2-in-1 Package, Family Package and discounted NETS Flashpay rates.

 


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