Things to do with kids: see Asia’s largest mirror maze at Science Centre Singapore

Looking for something out of this world to keep the kids busy over the summer holiday? Enter the mirror maze at Science Centre Singapore...

When it comes to keeping kids entertained with awesome things to see and do, Singapore just keeps on taking it to the next level. We’ve got amazing indoor play centres everywhere you turn, art for kids is having a moment, and the spectacular exhibits and special events at museums just keep on rolling in. One place we can always count on for a great day out? Science Centre Singapore. From fire tornadoes to space installations, and even mega talking trees – we’ve seen all sorts of bizarre features here that would make Einstein go “Eureka!”. And don’t get us started on how brilliant KidsSTOP is… or how cool the Omni-Theatre is… or how much we love the free water play… Now, as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations, Science Centre Singapore unveils two more mind-boggling permanent exhibitions that are set to become your new go-tos.

A heady mix of science and illusion, the two exhibitions, “The Mind’s Eye” and “Professor Crackitt’s Light Fantastic! – a Mirror Maze experience”, will keep you mesmerised for quite some time. Just don’t get lost!

Professor Crackitt’s Coloured Particle Modulation Unit (Credit: Singapore Science Centre)
Professor Crackitt’s Dynamic Chromatologic Shadow Splitter (Credit: Singapore Science Centre)
View with a Twist from The Mind’s Eye exhibit (Credit: Singapore Science Centre)

Take a break from the real world for a while and immerse yourself in the world of illusion and mirrors. After all, like Oscar Wilde said, “Illusion is the first of all pleasures”.

Admission to the two permanent exhibitions is included in the entrance fee to the Singapore Science Centre.

Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081. 

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