National Pi Day, March 14th (3/14), is widely celebrated among students, teachers, and STEM buffs all across the globe. Dubbed the “Perennial Puzzle”, the mathematical symbol Pi (Greek letter “π”) has intrigued people for over 4,000 years as it pops everywhere from complex calculations in quantum physics, to our school textbooks, and even in nature.

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This year, the Centre is challenging everyone, from the young to the young at heart, to take on the Pi Memory Game Challenge onsite at the Centre or online at Facebook and Instagram. Try to recite the Pi digits from memory and see if you can beat the 70-digit record set by Associate Professor Lim Tit Meng, Chief Executive, Science Centre Board! With exciting merchandise to be won, you may want to keep your eyes on the Pi.




And if you thought the celebrations on 3/14 ended there, think again! If you share your birthday with Albert Einstein – the mastermind behind the theory of relativity, you can claim a surprise token, while those who dress as the famous physicist will enjoy a complimentary visit to the Centre on the day.

Visiting Science Centre soon? You can get tickets at discounted prices over at Klook or Trip.com. (P.S. Eligible for SingapoRediscover Vouchers too 🥳).


It is the March holidays. We have compiled a list of March School Holidays 2021 Activities for Kids. Click on the image below to find out more.

River Safari Glamping with Manatees

For other upcoming events, visit Events in Singapore.

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