Museum highlights include the three diplodocid sauropod fossils which were among the largest and heaviest animals to ever walk on land. More than 80% complete, two of the skeletons even come with skulls – a rarity as far as sauropod dinosaurs fossils are concerned.
Besides the much talked about sauropod fossils, there's also a skeleton of Singapore's first sperm whale! Image: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
You can find the museum by looking out for its unique mangove monolithic structure! (Image: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum)
Volunteer-led tours are available on the weekends.
Tours last for about 1 hour and are offered in both English and Chinese.
While the tours are free, pre-registration is required at least 2 days in advance.
Note that you'll still need to purchase admission tickets to the museum.
It'll be good, we promise 😊
National University of Singapore
2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
Tue-Sun & Public holidays: 10am-6pm (Last admission: 430pm)
Closed on Mondays except public holidays
Adult - $15
Child, Student, NSF, Senior Citizen & Person with Disability - $8
Adult - $20
Child, Student, NSF, Senior Citizen & Person with Disability - $12
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