Maintenance notice

GingerLily @ FM is closed for maintenance until further notice.
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Maintenance notice

E3 exhibition will be closed from 29 Jul for maintenance until further notice.
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Maintenance notice

The Scientist for a Day exhibition will be closed from 4 Jun to facilitate exhibition refresh. However, its other activities and programmes will continue.
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Closure notice

KidsSTOP™ will be closed from 10am to 1pm on July 6 for an exclusive booking and will resume operations from 2pm to 5pm.
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NOTE: Fire Exhibition would be close permanently from 18 Sep 2023.



SCS Sensory Info (Fire Exhibition)





What happens when something burns? How do matches, lighters and firecrackers work?  How does nature depend on fire? Find your answers here!

Fire has had a great impact throughout the history of our civilisation – from campfires to oil lamps and smoke signals, to flame throwers. This exhibition touches on all of this and more. 



What’s in A Flame

Different reactions are taking place in different areas of the flame. If insufficient oxygen is present to burn the fuel completely, the flame will glow yellow to red. When the combustion is complete, a much hotter flame of blue-white in colour is obtained. Experience it for yourself in this all-safe yet enlightening exhibit!


Fire At War

“Arr me hearties! Fire in the hole!” It’s time to play pirate in this explosive game complete with cannon, gun powder, wadding, rammer and ball!