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National Museum of Singapore
Building Exterior

The National Museum of Singapore is Singapore's biggest and oldest museum with the youngest and most innovative soul. Designed to be the people's museum, the Museum prides itself on introducing cutting edge and varied ways of presenting history to redefine conventional museum experience.

More than just a space for exhibitions and artefacts, the Museum will also distinguish itself through its challenging and vibrant festivals and events that will unleash new creative possibilities in culture and heritage. This programming will be supported by a wide range of facilities and services including Food & Beverage, retail, Resource Centre, Gallery Theatre and the Public Sculpture Garden, among others.

With a rich history dating back to 1887, the museum was closed on April 2003 for redevelopment and officially re-opened in December 2006.

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Building Exterior Rotunda Dome Glass Passage Extension Wing Singapore Living Galleries - Food 01 Singapore Living Galleries - Food 02 Singapore Living Galleries - Fashion Singapore Living Galleries - Film and Wayang History Gallery - River Artifacts History Gallery - World War II

Free admission to the Museum building.

Admission to the Singapore History Gallery and Singapore Living Galleries
(excludes admission to temporary exhibitions)

SGD 10.00 (Adult)
SGD 5.00 (Students, NSMen, Senior Citizens above 60years old)

Opening hours:
Singapore Living Galleries: 10am - 9pm Daily (Free admission from 6pm-9pm)

Singapore History Gallery: 10am – 6pm Daily