LEE KONG CHIAN NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
2 Conservatory Drive, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117377 DirectionsSince 2015
Dead Animal Records, Exhibition, Slice of the Changi Tree, Dinosaurs, Gallery Tour, Research, Educational Programs, Nature Walks, Visiting Scientists, Scientific Talks, Natural Ecosystems, History, Workshops, Plants, Phylogenetic Garden & Amphibians to Mammals
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is dedicated to Southeast Asian biodiversity through science, education, and outreach. It is a seven-storey green building offering 8,500 square metres of space, and the museum is home to over 560,000 catalogued lots and over a million specimens from throughout the world. It has over 12,000 essential plant and animal tissue samples as well as advanced molecular research facilities. The museum offers a range of educational workshops and programs for teachers and students at all levels in the field of natural history. It affords family package: 1 adult and one child, student, and senior citizen.
Price: Admission Fees:
Adult: S$16 & Child, Student and Senior Citizen S$9
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50 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119279 DirectionsSince 1955
Curatorial Projects, Research, Reception, Chinese Collection, Group Visits, Exhibitions, Outreach and Education, Photography, Practical Museum Work, Internship Program & Resource Library
NUS Museum is to establish an enriching experience of the social history and art of Asia for NUS and the nation through strategic acquisitions, exhibits, and research. It has over 8,000 artefacts and works of art divided into four collections. It provides a broad representation of Chinese materials, from prehistoric to contemporary art. The Museum contributes and promotes the production receipt and preservation of information through the development of collections and curatorial practices. It features nine galleries and additional ancillary areas, which host a wide range of exhibits, project partnerships, and support programmes. It affords free admission for visitors.