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The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) is Singapore’s first and only natural history museum. The museum, which traces its roots to the original Raffles Museum of 1878, is among the oldest such institution in the region. Established...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 19:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
2 Conservatory Drive | National University of Singapore, Singapore 117377, Singapore
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This was quite a treasure trove of exhibits, what a fantastic way to spend the weekend afternoon away from the malls! To be feeding one’s mind with knowledge that was sensorially enticing made it even more memorable. I just wished there was more to view...More
3 retively complete dinosaur fossils and a female sperm whale on display. A diversified collection of flora and animals natural history. Christmas Island special featuring crabs especially red and blue crabs.
'Hidden' because it's in the University area, West Singapore, off the tourist grid. A beautifully curated museum. And quieter, we've never had to battle crowds or very small children. There's a variety of animal and plant displays carefully arranged, three dinosaurs, the skeleton of a...More
Brought my 7 year old to LKCNHM to see the exhibit on the dinosaur and the sperm whale exhibits. She was also fascinated with the regional plants and learn about flowers ,plants and Changi tree. The Diplodocid sauropods fossil exhibit was informative and even have...More
The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) offers you an amazing tour throughout Natural History, demonstrating how life evolved in our planet with its vast collection of artifacts and specimens. It is a non-profit museum that depends on donations and visitor's fee for the...More
I have not had the chance to visit many natural museums around the world, so this is my first.
Took my young kids to this museum, there were many informative displays and things to touch and see. We taught them that if humans do not...More
We visited this place in July 2017. Below is an account of what we like and did not like:
What we like:
- Collection and space is relatively small as compared to other natural history museums
- The location is not exactly accessible or convenient...More