Following government advice to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread, Science Centre Singapore and its group of attractions will be closed starting 6th April 2020 until 4th May 2020.

The safety and well-being of the staff, volunteers, and guests remains the top priority. While they are closed, they will continue to spark curiosity and wonder through their digital platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, so learning can continue no matter where you are. Some of these initiatives include:

• Facebook Live Broadcast by the Science Centre Observatory and SAYES teams every alternate Friday unravelling the mysteries about our solar system.




• Another popular activity is the revamped ‘I am a Young Scientist’ Badge Programme. The programme has gone digital and is now on an online Science learning application featuring more than 15 different programmes in various domains of Science, including Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Food Science, Zoology, Genetics and more. Register here.

I Saw the Science blog offering curated content from a team of dedicated writers including the staff or experts they engage with for various talks and workshops.

Science Centre Singapore would like to thank their guests for their support in wanting to visit their attractions and who may be holding on to unused tickets. For tickets purchased via their ticketing portal, kindly submit your request here so they can assist with the refund.

Science Centre Singapore would like to thank you once again for your kind understanding and support during these unprecedented times. They hope to reschedule the affected programmes and look forward to welcoming you back at Science Centre Singapore and its group of attractions.

Please continue to take precautions to stay healthy. Together, we can keep Singapore safe and strong!

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