The Omni-Theatre is an observatory and large-format film theatre located at the Science Centre Singapore (formerly Singapore Science Centre) in Jurong East, Singapore.
It was officially opened in 10 December 1987 by the 4th President of Singapore Wee Kim Wee as an expansion of the larger Science Centre, it specifically encompasses an observatory, an omniplanetarium, and an domed projection system to show movies relating to science, astronomy, etc. A simulation theatre, exhibition room, classroom, restaurant, and gift shop are also located on the premises.The theatre consists of a massive hemispheric screen, twenty-three metres in diameter. This screen is sixteen metres or about five storeys high, and is made up of 376 pieces of vinyl-coated aluminium panels, covering a surface of 625 m². The material achieves 30% reflectivity, ensuring immense clarity.
For a fun and learning outing with your kids, head out to the Omni Theatre and Planetarium. It is the first science center in Southeast Asia to have a theatre, called Omni-Theatre, which houses 276-seat omni-planetarium. At the planetarium, you can watch oceanography, astronomy, meteorology, geology and aeronautics.
Opening Closing TimeMonday to Friday – 10 am to 6 pm | Saturdays and Sundays – 10 am to 8 pm
Address 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
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