Singapore’s Science Museum Tallinn will be one of the first science museums in Asia
Posted On August 9, 2021
Singapore’s Tallinn Science Museum Singapore, a science museum located in the heart of the city, will be the first museum in Asia to be open to the public in 2019, according to a statement from the museum.
The museum is scheduled to open in 2019 with a public exhibition of its collections including the “Sci-Museum Tallinn”.
The museum will also feature the latest scientific research, including a new collection on the origins of life.
In a statement, Tallinn’s Culture Minister Yew Siew Sing said: “The Science Museum is a major international centre for scientific research.
Its collections will be open for the first time to the general public in 2020, enabling people from all over the world to experience the museum’s exhibitions, and participate in its exhibits, activities and programmes.”
The Science museum’s website said: “[The] museum’s collection is a world-class research facility, with over 300 years of expertise in the study of biological and physical sciences.
The museum is open for visitors to explore its scientific collections, and will feature a new exhibition on the origin of life.”
The museum’s curator, Dr Yee Wei, said: “‘The Science’ is a very special place for us and we are very grateful for the support of the public.”
Singapore’s Culture Ministry said it was committed to providing a safe environment for visitors.