Always wanted to see Dinosaur fossils? Or maybe the ‘Singapore Whale’? Well, now you can… and for free! The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is opening it’s doors to all Nurses for Free for Nurses Day on 30-31 July 2016 (Sat and Sun) from 10am to 7pm!
The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) (apart from the National Museum of Singapore) is the oldest such institute in Southeast Asia. The exhibition gallery is divided into 2 levels. The Biodiversity Gallery located at the lower first floor houses fifteen thematic zones, each showcasing specimens from the museum’s collection. The star attraction in this gallery is the three sauropod fossils at the Dinosaur Zone, and Jubilee, the Singapore Whale at the Mammal Zone.
The Heritage Gallery located at Level 1M includes five exhibit zones, presenting an account of the museum’s development and traces the relationship between Singapore’s development and natural history, all bearing rich historical and heritage values of Singapore.
Nurses are required to present their valid Practicing Certificate (together with staff card) to enjoy free admission. Accompanying family members will have to purchase admission tickets though and last admission is at 530.pm.