Timings : 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Time Required : 2 - 3 hours
Entry Fee : Permanent Galleries (Level 1, 2 and Glass Rotunda):
Adult: SGD 15,
Concession: SGD 10
Home to a myriad of historical artefacts as well as exhibits, the National Museum of Singapore also boasts of being the country’s oldest museum, dating all the way back to 1887. Not only is this museum an important architectural as well as cultural landmark of Singapore, but it is also a unique cohesive mixture of rich history and modern-day display techniques and facilities.
The Singapore History Gallery is the chief attraction of this fascinating museum, where a story-telling approach comprising of various perspectives has been adopted to detail Singapore's past, all the way from the 14th century. There are 11 permanent galleries at this informative treasure trove, where one can see not just the history of the country, but the development of its culture, and the history and transformation of its landscape. The extensive resource centre at Singapore's National Gallery houses about 15,000 publications relating to the cultural studies, design, and history of the country. A ramp spiral within the building leads to the exhibition of the national treasures of Singapore like the Singapore Stone. Apart from its vast collection of data, the National Museum of Singapore also hosts workshops, film screenings, story-telling sessions, and activities designed to engage the whole family.
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