Timings : 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Time Required : Less than 1 hour
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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An architectural marvel, the Old Hill Street Police Station is a famed neo-Renaissance building of the former police station in Singapore. Located in the Central Area of Singapore's Central Business District, the building is popular for the techni-coloured shutters - the 927 painted windows with an array of radiant colours is a popular spot among photography enthusiasts and art lovers. Formerly MICA Building, the Old Hill Street Police Station houses a string of well-known commercial art galleries.
Home to the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth coupled with the Ministry of Communications and Information, and the MICA Building Art Galleries was honoured as a national monument on the 18th of December, 1998. The MICA Building was formerly known as the Old Hill Street Police Station. In 1999, the name was changed to MITA Building, only to be changed again in 2004 into MICA Building. Finally, in 2012, after the ministries were replaced, the MICA Building reverted to its first name and was again known as the Old Hill Street Police Station.