Ranked 100 among Places to Visit in Singapore
Time Required: 1-2 hours
The Singapore City Gallery is located between two prominent landmarks - Chinatown and the Central Business District. It is a three storey centre which accommodates enormous model replicas, providing visitors with a complete view of the Central Area of Singapore. Formerly known as the URA Gallery, the City Gallery was established in the year 1992. It is currently monitored by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, a statutory board under the Ministry of National Development.
This is the only gallery dedicated to showing the country's remarkable transformations. It tells you the story of the nation's planning efforts and dynamic physical transaction in the form of past, present and future. The City Gallery has more than 10 thematic areas and more than 50 audiovisual-interactive exhibits spread across three storeys of 2,400 square meters. It is an exciting and multi-sensory learning experience into Singapore's planning journey. The gallery also has a 270-degree panoramic sight and sound show that revolves around the different phases of progress of the country. The City Gallery is not just an informational and educational hub for the public, but it is also a place where visitors can discover and participate in the story of the nation's planning efforts.
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