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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Tickets, Singapore

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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Tickets highlights

  • Explore various exhibits showcasing the biodiversity of Southeast Asia, from towering dinosaur skeletons to intricate insect displays. 

  • Stroll through the Dinosaur Zone, housing three sauropod dinosaurs and interactive displays that bring the prehistoric world to life. 

  • Learn about ecological concepts, conservation efforts, and the importance of biodiversity conservation as you explore the museum.

  • Visit Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, home to an extensive collection of over a million specimens of plants and animals including fossils of dinosaurs and marine animals.

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Timings: 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
2 Conservatory Dr, Singapore 117377

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  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
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About Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum:

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, located at the National University of Singapore, is a premier institution showcasing Southeast Asia's biodiversity. With over a million specimens, its diverse collections span fossils, plants, and animals, offers insights into the region's natural heritage. Highlights include life-sized dinosaur skeletons and interactive displays. The museum also serves as a centre for scientific research and education, promoting conservation efforts and ecological awareness. 

About Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Tickets:

  • Visit the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and look at over 2,000 natural history specimens on display.
  • Explore the museum’s 5 galleries including Biodiversity Gallery, Heritage Gallery and Phylogenetic Garden.
  • Stroll through the 15 thematic zones at Biodiversity Gallery with each zone representing branches of the Tree of Life.
  • Marvel at the three massive sauropod dinosaur skeletons at the Dinosaur Zone that stand as the centrepiece of the museum. 
  • Look at historical artefacts and documents that trace the development of biodiversity research in Southeast Asia at the Heritage Gallery.
  • See over 500 marine specimens, including vibrant corals, intriguing fish, and other sea creatures, all displayed with engaging multimedia presentations.
  • Engage with numerous interactive displays scattered throughout the museum and get a deeper understanding of ecological and environmental concepts.
  • Learn about the museum's cutting-edge research and conservation efforts and how scientists are working to protect biodiversity.
  • Admire the museum’s modern and sustainable architecture and its eco-friendly features and how the design contributes to environmental conservation.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is located 15.2 km from the city centre. It will take 20 min to reach the museum via AYE route.

Don't Miss: If you are exploring Singapore, you must checkout & book Madame Tussauds Singapore Tickets, National Museum of Singapore Tickets and NERF Action Xperience Tickets.

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What are the highlights to see at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, Singapore?

1.) Dinosaurs: In regards to becoming one of the biggest and heaviest beasts ever to have roamed the Earth, the diplodocid sauropod dinosaur fossils in this collection are capable of drawing interest. Having two of the displays displaying skulls as part of their fossils, these are among the most detailed dinosaur excavations yet made. The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum tickets offer the chance to witness these two fossils. 

2.) JubiLee Whale Exhibit: After washing up in Singapore in 2015, a 10.6-meter-long sperm whale has become a core component of the museum's Mammal Zone display ever since. Visitors can purchase the Natural History Museum Singapore tickets to get access to the gallery for getting a close look at the same. 

3.) Neptune's Cup Sponge: Owing to its scientific and commercial worth, the Neptune's Cup Sponge was considered to be gone for more than a 100 years until this was discovered in 2011 in the wild. It was uncovered and found a special position at the museum. Those who wish to see it can get the Natural History Museum Singapore tickets for entry in the gallery. 

What are the two major collections at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum?

1.) The NUS Herbarium: This collection includes every one of the museum's plant specimens, such as the 30,000 flowering plants, 1,660 ferns, 700 moss species, 100 liverworts, and 1,235 marine algae. The primary interest here is on Singapore and Malaysia's very rich flora and particularly those vascular and bryophyte flora species. To visit the Herbarium one can easily purchase the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum tickets, which provide access to the collection. 

2.) The Zoological Reference Collections: This former Raffles Museum's collection is accessible by the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum tickets. The collection features over 10,000 species of animals, designed to showcase the richness of Southeast Asia's wildlife. This was acquired by the Natural History Museum to display it with the rest of the important exhibits. Among the world's zoological societies, the above collection is well-known, and it has been the source of many studies and academic papers.

What are the nearby attractions that can be witnessed around the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, Singapore?

1.) NUS Museum: The museum, which has been adorning the National University of Singapore's Kent Ridge campus since 2002, is the earliest of the city-university state's art galleries. Take a deep dive into Southeast Asian, Chinese, and Indian artifacts while admiring the awe-inspiring collections.

2.) Haw Par Villa: Haw Par Villa, previously named as the Tiger Balm Garden, is now an Asian culture amusement park and the biggest open - air art exhibit in Singapore. The "Ten Courts of Hell" from Chinese folk tales are depicted in this collection of Asian folk tales and fables, which is said to be the very last of its kind in the globe.

3.) Kent Ridge Park: A 47-hectare park, Kent Ridge Park can be found amidst Singapore Science Park and National University of Singapore, on Singapore's "Kent Ridge." Due to the area's well-maintained scenery and abundance of wildlife, Kent Ridge is a popular tourist destination for bird watching, nature enthusiasts, and fitness lovers.

4.) Hot Park: One of Singapore's Southern Ridges, HortPark is a 9-hectare garden resource center dubbed the first Asian hub for lawn and garden lifestyle shopping. The informational, leisurely, and gardening-related tasks are all housed under one roof in this wonderful place.

5.) Green Corridor: Singapore's Green Corridor is among the finest recreational pathways in Singapore, surrounded by nature, history, and sunshine on its unmodified walkways. The trail, formerly a 26-kilometer stretch of railroad, has been restored to showcase the country's lush greenery and natural landscape.

How much is the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum far from Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore?

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is approximately 32 kilometers from the renowned Jewel Changi airport, Singapore and you can checkout while on your way from Changi Airport to check in Best Hotels in Singapore. It takes nearly around half an hour or more to reach the museum from the airport and from your nearest hotel which you will check-in. Visitors can board a cab or track bus routes to reach the museum.

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