The United Nations (UN) has officially identified World Water Day to be held annually on March 22. This day shines light on what water means to people, its true value and how we can better protect this vital resource. Water means different things to different people in different settings. By sharing all the different ways water benefits our lives, we can value water properly and safeguard it effectively for everyone.
At Science Centre Singapore, do your part by raising awareness about water value and scarcity through a variety of activities and an experiential gallery hunt. Join us to learn more about the water cycle, the different uses of water, and the importance of water conservation.
‘Day as a Droplet’ Gallery Hunt
Location: Hall B
Cost: SG$8 / Gallery Hunt + ‘I am a Young Water Ambassador’ card
Don your water droplet hats, grab a gallery hunt, and shape-shift through the different states of water as you journey through the world’s water cycle.
And once you are done, the journey doesn’t end yet! Take home a virtual ‘I am a Young Water Ambassador’ card to continue learning about water scarcity and conservation.
‘Wet & Wild’ Activity Booths
Location: Future Makers, Hall D
Learn about the engineering concepts behind the old-school water pump that continues to be used in other countries even until today.
Location: Scientist for A Day, Hall A
Have you wondered what is water made of? Discover more about the unique compound water by trying out the Mickey Molecule activity.
Location: The Tinkering Studio, Hall E
Make your very own floatation device, put it to the test, and race your friends!
Location: The Curiosity Shop
Spend a minimum of SG$20 and get your hands on these cool water-related merchandise at a discount at the Curiosity Shop, Science Centre’s souvenir shop!