Make the Most out of this March School Holidays with the ULTIMATE Pass (from $19.90) at Science Centre Singapore

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    This school holiday, Science Centre Singapore wants you to be a part of something fun and meaningful! Did you know that there are two important international days in March? Time to mark your calendar and take a trip to the Science Centre Singapore from 13 March onwards.

    From the commemoration of arguably the most mysterious mathematical symbol on Pi Day (14 March) to raising awareness of our world’s most precious resource on World Water Day (22 March), it’s a celebration of STEM and Sustainability this March Holidays!

    Here’s what you can expect:

    14 March 2021 National Pi Day

    National Pi Day, March 14th (3/14), is widely celebrated among students, teachers, and STEM buffs worldwide. 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.

    Now, how well do you remember the digits in Pi? Put yourself to the test on 14 March 2021 when you’re at the centre, approach any of our Science Educators on the ground and recite the first 20 digits in Pi to win cool merchandise!

    You can also take the Pi Memory Game challenge online on Facebook and Instagram. So stay tuned on the day itself! 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!

    For more information, click here.

    14 March is Albert Einstein’s birthday too! 

    If you happen to share the same birthday with Albert Einstein – the mastermind behind relativity theory, 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!

    Simply present your birth certificate, NRIC or other identification documents with birthdate at the Visitor Services Centre to redeem your treats.


    22 March 2021 World Water Day

    World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as officiated by the United Nations to celebrate this valuable natural resource and advocate for water conservation. It is an important day to learn about water-related issues and be inspired to share knowledge with others to make a difference.

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    From 12 to 21 March 2021, Science Centre Singapore has partnered with the Public Utilities Board (PUB) to raise awareness about water value and scarcity through various family-friendly activities and an experiential gallery hunt.

    Water is an essential building block of life, and to help you learn the science behind water, which has remained the same on Planet Earth ever since five billion years ago, step into the ‘Day as a Droplet’ Gallery Hunt, where you’ll go on an experiential journey as a water droplet. For the curious crafters, there are several ‘Wet & Wild’ activities for you to discover how water is formed, learn the unique engineering concepts behind old-school water pump, and even make your own floatation device!

    For more information, click here.

    Get the new ULTIMATE Pass to unlock a great adventure at four different attractions!

    Science Centre Singapore has rolled out a special bundle that offers up to 30% savings and exclusive access to four gated attractions per session, including the exhibitions at the Centre, Omni-Theatre, Butterflies Up-Close and the Laser Maze challenge.

    ULTIMATE Pass is available for purchase on Science Centre Singapore’s website.

    ULTIMATE Pass Off-Peak Peak
    Singapore Citizen / PR Rates $19.90 pax$24.90 pax
    Standard Rates $29.90 pax$29.90 pax
    Peak Days – Weekends, School & Public Holidays
    Off-Peak – Weekdays, Excluding School & Public Holidays

    Promotion Period: 1 – 31 March 2021

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