Science Centre Singapore, KidsSTOP™ and Omni-Theatre are closed on 6, 13, 27 May and 1 July 2019.
KidsSTOP™ Oceans' Buddies exhibit is closed for upgrading from 8 May and will open in June. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Explore issues such as genetic modification, organ transplants and cloning.
Go on an immersive journey through the stages of butterfly metamorphosis.
Find out what life will be like as a result of climate change and global warming.
The adventure starts here! Be the hero in a thrilling multi-sensory adventure and discover your very own dinosaur. Grab your Early Bird Tickets from 1 - 31 May 2019!
Reconsider how you understand old age by learning more about the ageing process with our senior guides.
Immerse yourself in some of the latest visualisation technologies on a journey into the recesses of our brains.
Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Volcanic eruptions. Climate change. How do they affect us?
Explore our living laboratory of plants and animals in their habitats.
What happens when something burns? How does nature depend on fire? Learn how matches, lighters and firecrackers work!
Discover the inter-relationship among forms of energy through interactive exhibits.
Harness your inner Ninja and test your reflexes in a field of laser beams!
See marine life up-close, listen to an underwater symphony and control an underwater camera!
Face your fears in an exciting journey of self-discovery
Can you get through Professor Crackitt’s maze of infinite reflections and endless hallways?
Be a scientist for a day at our discover-it-yourself laboratory!
What inspired the Singaporean innovations that have made their mark in the world?
Watch the giant zoetrope seem to come to life before your very eyes!
Do you believe what you see? Think again!
Find new ways to use familiar and unfamiliar materials – be amazed with your own creations.
On 1 January 1999, 2 adventurers drove off to cover 116 countries in 3 years. Take a look at the adventure they experienced!
Did you know the human brain contains about 100 billion nerve cells?
Find out about how important water is in our lives – and be prepared to get wet!