Science Centre Singapore specialises in science and technology. The institution seeks to educate the public of science and technology and promote it. There are many exhibits showcased in the science centre. If you want to have a blast, give Science Centre Singapore a thought. You will surely enjoy every moment. Here’s what you need to know about Science Centre Singapore:
The centre includes a 276-seater OMNIMAX theatre. The theatre is called Singapore Omni-Theatre. You will see an indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces and the Snow City. Snow City (with -5 degrees Celsius temperature) was placed beside the Omni-theatre. Aside from that, the Science Centre established an observatory which is located next to the Equator. The observatory accommodates astronomy lessons and public talks. The observatory is proud of its state-of-the-art facilities like the telescope.
If you consider star-gazing, the observatory is open to the public for sessions. Just keep in mind that star-gazing sessions are every Friday from 7.50pm to 10pm.
Science Centre is located at 15 Science Centre Road. You can take a car, bus or MRT. If in this case you want to ride the bus, look for buses 66, 178 and 335. If you want to ride the MRT, stop at the nearest station. The nearest station is Jurong East Station. You can then walk to the Science Centre or simply wait for the buses.
For Megabugs blockbuster exhibition packages, adults will pay $16 to $28. Children will pay $13 to $20 and the family package will cost you $52 to $62. For Science Centre and Omni-Theatre, adults will pay $12 to $10. Children will pay $7 to $8 and senior citizens will pay $6 to $8. For Science Centre, Snow City and Omni-Theatre packages, adults will pay $18 to $26 while children will pay $16 to $20.
The Science Centre Singapore and Omni-Theatre opens daily from 10am to 6pm. The Snow City is open from 10am to 6pm daily but if it is school and public holidays, they open from 10am to 7pm.