Calling all movie buffs! Check out the Omni-Theatre’s first 3D Digital Movie on one of the world’s biggest screens at Science Centre Singapore
See a different kind of blockbuster this winter, mama, at the stunning Omni-Theatre at Science Centre Singapore! Home to Southeast Asia’s largest seamless dome screen (a full 23m in diameter!), the Omni-Theatre is an immersive edutainment destination that delights grown-ups and kiddos alike.
Journey to the Earth’s most remote locations with the new movie Natural Selection 3D, which commemorates Charles Darwin’s 200th birthday and celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species.
Take a trip to the Galapagos Islands as you join Darwin on his voyage upon the HMS Beagle, discovering exactly what it was there that inspired his theory of transmutation by natural selection.
Darwin himself will also explain the mechanism of natural selection to the audience, providing many beautiful examples from nature along the way. Over the course of 40 minutes parents and kids will experience the thrill of scientific discovery, the adventure of science and the beauty of nature – all stunningly brought to life on the Omni-Theatre’s BIG screen in surround sound.
The movie is suited to children age 10 and up, and is a perfect introduction to Darwin, scientific exploration and the important concept of evolution. Seen on the world’s latest and brightest 8K digital theatre system, you’ll truly feel transported around the world, mama. Click here to buy tickets!
While you’re there don’t forget to check out some of Science Centre Singapore’s other fun activities; we’re partial to the Butterflies Up-Close Exhibition, which has just introduced a new butterfly species, the gorgeous Red Lacewing, but there’s heaps of other cool stuff going on, too!
This is a truly exciting new arrival in Singapore, and we can’t wait to check it out, mama. See you there!
Omni-Theatre, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433, Tel: (+65) 6425 2500, www.omnitheatre.com.sg
Brought to you in partnership with Science Centre Singapore