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  • Visit the National Museum of Singapore, the oldest museum in the nation, built in 1849 and learn about the 700-year-old heritage of the island nation.

  • Explore exhibitions like the Singapore History Gallery which displays Singapore's history taking back to the era when Singapore was known as Singapura.

  • Discover unique features like the spiral staircase, the resident unicorns, and the beautiful banyan tree within the museum grounds.

  • Experience a showcase of artistry and creative technology in Story of the Forest, a virtual forest representation, transforming drawings into 3D animations.

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93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897

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  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellation is made within 1 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
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About the National Museum of Singapore:

The National Museum of Singapore, established in 1849, is the nation’s oldest museum, showcasing over 700 years of history and culture. Get to know Singapore’s past through over 1700 artefacts, ever-changing exhibitions, and lively events. Also, witness 3D shows that offer a unique perspective about Singapore’s past. The Museum serves as a vibrant hub for education, cultural exchange and national pride.

About the National Museum of Singapore Tickets:

  • Visit the National Museum of Singapore, the oldest museum in the nation, and learn about Singapore’s rich history.
  • Explore galleries on Levels 1 & 2 including the Singapore History Gallery, Stamford Gallery, and Voices of Singapore Gallery.
  • Admire over 1,700 artefacts including the Singapore Stone collection from the 13th century, various unearthed pottery, coins and jewellery.
  • Marvel beautiful paintings by William Farquhar showcasing Singapore’s diverse flora and fauna.
  • Don’t miss the National Museum’s temporary exhibitions, and programmes to enhance the knowledge about the nation.
  • Enjoy mesmerising live performances featuring traditional music, dance and theatre. 
  • Explore the Glass Rotunda, a modern architectural marvel, standing 16-metre-high, and look at  ‘Story of the Forest’ by teamLab.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The Museum is 14 kilometres from the city centre. It takes around 27 minutes to reach the museum via Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 and central expressway.

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National Museum of Singapore Tickets faqs

Why is the National Museum of Singapore famous?

The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in the country as it dates back to 1849. It houses over 1700 artefacts that hold cultural and historical significance for the country. The museum is open everyday and observes hundreds of visitors on a daily basis from all across the globe. Another unique feature of the museum is that it uses cutting-edge technology to showcase 3D projections and film screenings relating to the history of the nation. The museum also hosts several cultural events, performances and festivals for the locals and visitors.

What are the major things to see in the National Museum of Singapore?

1. Explore the galleries: There are several galleries and exhibitions housing more than 1700 artefacts in the National Museum of Singapore. It will take you around two to three hours to complete the visit of the entire museum. 

2. Re-visit the history: You can find visual records and documentaries in the museum if you wish to learn more about the culture and diversity of Singapore. This museum includes a projection room where you can find creative storytellers and 3D clips explaining the history and significance of the architectural landmark. 

3. Glass Rotunda: Witness a stunning architectural marvel and experience cutting-edge art installations. The 16-meter high glass structure is a sight to behold, and currently houses the "Story of the Forest" by teamLab, a massive, interactive digital art installation where you can walk through a virtual recreation of a Singaporean forest.

How to reach the National Museum of Singapore ?

By Bus - The nearest bus stop to the National Museum of Singapore is the YMCA bus stop or Singapore Management University bus stop located at a walking distance.

By Train - This museum can also be accessed via trains as there are several train stations located in the vicinity of the museum. Some of them include City Hall MRT station, Bras Basah MRT station and Dhoby Ghaut MRT station. 

By Car - The Museum is 14 kilometres from the city centre. It takes around 27 minutes to reach the museum via Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 and central expressway.

What are the best places to see in Singapore?

1. Lazarus Island - Nestled in the mainland of Singapore, Lazarus island is a breathtaking island filled with lush greenery. It is an ideal beach to soak up sun rays and have a picnic with your friends and family and enjoy a pleasant breeze. 

2. Gardens by the Bay - Garden by the Bays is one of the popular places to visit in Singapore attracting numerous visitors from all across the globe. It is a 100 hectare botanical garden housing over 4,00,000 plants. The main highlight of the place includes Garden Rhapsody, Skyway, Supertree Groves and Flower Dome. 

3. Universal Studios SingaporeWith more than 7 Hollywood themed zones, rides, shopping areas, shows and restaurants, the Universal Studios has become one of the most famous attractions in Singapore. This park can be an awesome destination to spend some time having fun with your loved ones.

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