NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE:

Overview:
Built by Colonel Sir H.E Mc Callum, the National Museum of Singapore was opened on 12th October 1887.

As the nation's oldest museum, the National Museum of Singapore comprises of Singapore's History and Living Galleries, and is a custodian of 12 National Treasures.

In addition to organizing exhibitions which showcases collections of artefacts, the museum also hosts innovative festivals and events all year round - the dynamic Night Festival, visually arresting art installations, as well as amazing performances and film screenings.


Opening Hours:
Singapore History Gallery
10am to 6pm, Daily
Last admission at 5.30pm

Singapore Living Galleries
10am to 8pm, Daily
Last admission at 5.30pm


Admission:
(1) Free admission* to the Museum building.
(2) Admission is free for all Singapore citizens & Permanent Residents - Singapore History and Singapore Living Galleries, Goh Seng Choo Gallery and Stamford Gallery.
(3) Admission to Singapore Living Galleries is free for all visitors from 6pm to 8pm daily.

*charges are applicable to the galleries and selected exhibitions and programmes

Foreign Visitors#

Category Price
Adult S$10.00
Students (with valid student pass) S$5.00
Family package (For group admission of up to 5 persons) S$30.00

#includes admission to the Singapore History Gallery, Singapore Living Galleries, Goh Seng Choo Gallery and the Stamford Gallery.


Contact:
Address: 93 Stamford Road S(178897)
Tel: (+65) 6332 3659 / (+65) 6332 5642


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References:
National Museum of Singapore. http://www.nationalmuseum.sg/NMSPortal/