Get your edutainment on again when Science Centre reopens two attractions

The front of Science Centre Singapore. Photo: Science Centre Singapore/Facebook
The front of Science Centre Singapore. Photo: Science Centre Singapore/Facebook

Science Centre Singapore will gradually resume operations from tomorrow starting with two of its four attractions. 

Just in time for the week-long school holiday, the science museum will reopen its KidsStop indoor playground and indoor Snow City through July 26. After that, the playground will open three days a week from July 31 and Snow City will open five days a week from July 29. 

“It has been a quiet few months and we have missed the looks of wonder and sounds of laughter from guests discovering the world of science. We would like to thank all guests for their patience and support through these challenging times,” it said yesterday in a statement.

Singaporean students’ midterm break runs Monday through July 26.

Due to the pandemic, the center has vowed to implement safety measures such as safe distancing, temperature taking, contact tracing, mandatory mask wearing, and daily disinfection of the property while visitors are there.

“During this time, the Centre is committed to prioritising the safety and wellbeing of all guests, staff and volunteers, and has implemented site-wide precautionary measures in line with government guidelines,” it added.

Science Centre Singapore together with other museums and libraries have been closed since April as part of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. The city-state reported 249 new cases yesterday, pushing its total since January to nearly 47,000. 

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Science Centre Singapore
15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081

KidsStop:
July 17 to July 26: 10am to 5pm daily
July 31 onward: 10am to 1pm; 2pm to 5pm, Friday to Sunday

Snow City:
July 17 to July 29: 10am to 6pm daily
July 29 onward: 10am to 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday

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