August 5 - November 4
Travel back millions of years to the Cretaceous period with palaeontologist Professor V and her assistant Rex. An immersive adventure that uncovers the mystery behind the elusive Australian polar dinosaurs.
Science Centre Singapore’s latest exhibition, DinoQuest focuses on the science of palaeontology and the process of fossilisation.Curated by world-renowned palaeontologist Emerita Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, DinoQuest spans seven thematic zones, promising a multi-sensory experience through cutting-edge multimedia technology.
Be transported into a long extinct world. Become a Dinosaur Detective.
An ambitious gamification creation blends the latest multimedia technology – from holographic mapping to augmented and virtual reality environments, with dramatic fossil displays and ancient backdrops.
First Timimus Dinosaur Showcase
Featured for the very first time worldwide, DinoQuest will showcase the most updated reconstruction of Timimus, a tyrannosauroid discovered at Dinosaur Cove in 1994 by Emerita Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich and her husband Professor Thomas Rich.
Besides Timimus, find out more about the other discoveries in Dinosaur Cove, which took over 700 personnel and 40 years to uncover its secrets.
Immersive experience powered by latest multimedia technology
The exhibition consists of seven immersive thematic zones that use animatronics, holographs and virtual reality to come face to face with the prehistoric creatures.
Discover and name your very own dinosaur
Always wanted your own dinosaur? Guests have a chance to experience the thrill of excavating and discovering fossils or create new dinosaur species by doodling and bringing it to life at the virtual Dinosaur Park.
A prehistoric world recreated through art & science
The visual drama of the world of DinoQuest has been brought to life by renowned reconstruction artist Peter Trusler. Real fossils, models, exquisitely drawn illustrations and artwork give colour and form to the natural history specimens from the time of the great extinction.
Daily : 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.