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Science Centre Singapore has throughout the years consistently developed and produced exciting, innovative, high quality exhibitions and education programmes to engage inquisitive minds and encourage the exploration and learning of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. 

A key part of this involves the development, production, marketing and distribution of travelling exhibitions worldwide. Since 2002, we have been showcasing our exhibitions to millions of visitors around the world. Our exhibitions have travelled to the Middle East and Asia Pacific including Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand and U.A.E.

Our latest range of travelling exhibitions include:

Dinosaur Robot Factory

Dinosaur Robot Factory is a 500sqm exhibition offering an interactive experience that’s fun and enriching. Visitors will be able to view 3D mechanical data to understand how robot dinosaurs move, and learn about their skin and bone structure with aid of projection mapping. Children will also enjoy working together to assemble robot dinosaurs and learning how to manipulate their movement.


Monsters of the Sea

This 2,000sqm exhibition features animatronic displays of prehistoric marine creatures. Ranging from 1.5m to 16m in length, these sea monsters are presented in scenes that simulate the environment they lived in. Some species featured include the Carcharodon Megalodon, Elasmosaurus and Mosasaurus, which appeared in Jurassic World!

Titans of the Past

Titans of the Past transports visitors to the past and lets them gaze upon some of the most majestic creatures to ever roam the earth. The highlight of this 2,000sqm exhibition is a life-sized dinosaur skeletal casts of the Argentinosaurus, measuring a majestic 36m in length and 7m in height. This exhibition also feature ten full-size animatronic ice-age mammals such as the Mammoth and Mastodon.


Island Adventurer

One of the leading evolutionary thinkers of the 19th Century, Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913) is known for discovering the theory of evolution through natural selection with Charles Darwin. Spanning 450sqm, this is one of the largest exhibitions on Wallace and his life’s work, with activities and exhibits covering themes of exploration, discovery and scientific adventure!

Candy Unwrapped

In Candy Unwrapped, visitors will get to explore the science behind the delicious and engaging world of candy. This 560sqm fun and unique interactive exhibition showcases exhibits which allows visitors to examine the many uses of sugar and more!.



Bringing out the fun of mathematics and science, the 280sqm exhibition is a collection of four sets of interactive exhibits covering the themes of: Light, Optical Illusion, Mathematics and Magnetism, illustrating scientific concepts often found in our daily lives!

Copyright Nature

This is a 460sqm exhibition that weaves nature, technology and science together. Copyright Nature reveals inventions that were inspired by nature, and challenges us to continue looking to the natural world to solve modern-day problems. This exciting multi-sensory journey brings visitors through three unique sections: Nature Theatre, Discovered by Nature and The Quest.


Robot Zoo

Robot Zoo is a 650sqm exhibition and it features 8 gigantic robotic animals namely the Chameleon, Rhinoceros, Squid, Platypus, Bat, Grasshopper, Giraffe and Housefly. Children will delight in exploring the biomechanics of these complex animal robots and learn how their real-life counterparts function and survive.


Water:H2O=Life is a 750sqm visually stunning exhibition that showcases over 90 artefacts highlighting diverse cultural and spiritual aspects of water. Featuring a dozen interactive exhibits, visitors will get the chance to interrupt the flow of a miniature river or heft the weight of an African water jar.


More Information

Click here to download the Travelling Exhibitions Brochure.

For more information about our travelling exhibitions, please contact Lian Soon on (+65) 6425 2310 or Espi on (+65) 6425 2799. Thank you.