Year-End Post Exam at Science Centre Singapore: Brain Fest 2021
Mass Escape Game: Panic! at the Museum
|Duration:||1 hour (including pre-and post-activity briefing)|
|Capacity^:||minimum: 25 pax/session, maximum: 40 pax/session|
|Age Group:||Primary 5 and above|
Something has gone terribly wrong at the Da Vinci museum. The exhibits have come alive and there’s only one way to reverse this nightmare. It is up to you to restore the missing pieces before the characters make their escape, trapping you in their
place… forever. In this mass escape game, you will be tested on the following soft skills to obtain the missing pieces from different puzzles:
- Creative thinking
- Focus and alertness
- Instinct and coordination
- Inferential skill
^In light of safety measures, the Centre has reduced the capacity to a maximum of 40 pax in the game arena per session and there will not be a mixing of school groups. All participants will be required to undergo temperature screening before entering the venue. Each challenge group should contain 4 – 5 pax and will be asked to observe a safe distance of at least one metre from other groups. The activity stations will also be disinfected between sessions.
For sessions booked for less than 25 students, the school will be billed for a minimum of 25 participants.
Exhibition (Self-Guided): Da Vinci the Exhibition
Venue: The Annexe, Hall 2
Recommended duration: 45 – 50 min
Da Vinci, The Exhibition at Science Centre Singapore follows the Renaissance master, Leonardo da Vinci, on a journey of innovation, creativity, science and wonder. Featuring more than 55 fully built, life-size inventions and dozens of stunning and interactive
displays, guests will learn the complex beginnings and lifetime achievements of Da Vinci through his discoveries in art, engineering, flight, music, light and more.
This exhibition was created in collaboration with Fundacion De Historia Natural, where their trained artisans interpreted and used Da Vinci’s Codices to design and reconstruct his inventions, bringing
the master’s two-dimensional plans that were designed, but never created due to the lack of modern technologies in the 15th century, to life.
Read more about the exhibition here.
Students attending Brain Fest 2021: Panic at the Museum will get a chance to visit Da Vinci The Exhibition and receive an activity booklet for a complete experience.
For enquiries about Brain Fest and bookings, please email the Brain Fest Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact Ms Charissa Lin at email@example.com or Ms Lim Huan at firstname.lastname@example.org