DinoQuest World Adventure exhibition at Suntec City showcases dinosaurs from Australia through animatronics and holograms
The exhibition consists of five experiential zones such as an extinction cave and a dig site for visitors to get a taste of being a palaeontologist.
Be a palaeontologist for a day at Suntec City’s latest exhibition, DinoQuest World Adventure.
Held at the North Atrium, the exhibition will showcase dinosaurs from Victoria, Australia from now till Aug 31.
It was produced jointly by Science Centre Singapore, DF Experiences, and Digimagic Communications, in collaboration with world-renowned palaeontologist Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich.
The exhibition illustrates the story of the dinos through five thematic zones, Explorer’s Hut, Dinosaurs of Darkness, Extinction Cave, Dig Site, and Dinosaur Dreaming.
The zones contain experiential media such as animatronics, holograms, and hands-on activities, that will allow visitors to learn more about the extinct creatures.
Other than the zones, another highlight of the exhibition is an exclusive Timimus Dinosaur Showcase.
The showcase features the latest reconstruction of Timimus, a tyrannosaurus discovered at Dinosaur Cove in 1994 by Emerita Professor Rich and her husband, Professor Thomas Rich.
Alongside the Timimus, other ancient findings from Dinosaur Cove will also be on display.
Visitors can also look forward to personalising their very own dino through a fossil discovery experience. If visitors are able to identify the fossils correctly, they will have the opportunity to rename and customise the appearance of a dinosaur.
Admission to the exhibition costs $22 per pax. Groups of three guests get a discount of 10 per cent while groups of five guests get a discount of 20 per cent. Tickets to the exhibition can be purchased at this website.