The Science Center in Singapore is focused on providing kids interactive exhibits with science content. It is worth a visit if you like such museums, it is a bit above average for such museums, in my experience. They have the expected IMAX theatre (which has assigned seats – I didn’t notice this until someone made us move).
As is the case with many exhibits at these types of museums sometimes it seems like they just make something interactive without making it very educational. The skeleton was that way (also people had trouble making it work, making the movements necessary to get it to respond).
There are quite a few exhibits and more interaction than most such museums. They did have a couple that were broken. But I have seen much worse percentage of broken exhibits at most similar museums.
Related: Museum of Science – Boston, USA – Staten Island Children’s Museum (New York City) – Paintings From the Museum D’Orsay at the National Museum of Singapore
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