Loves: Never a dull moment with the variety of exhibits that is suitable for both the occasional and avid museum-goer.
Our Advice: Join the free guided tours by obtaining an identification tag at the visitor services counter.
The National Museum of Singapore stands as a grand statement to the relatively young history of the island nation. It takes you through an incredible journey that depicts the inspiring rise of a colonial outpost that has become an irreplaceable centre of global trade and finance. If you just have a few hours to learn the entire history of Singapore, the National Museum is the place you need to head to.
Beside housing a mix of well curated permanent exhibitions and seasonal exhibits, the building itself is an architectural beauty that infuses neo-classical design with modern elements like glass and metal. Every year, the popular Singapore Night Festival incorporates mesmerizing light projections on the building façade with cultural performances and live music to create an unforgettable experience for all visitors.
Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
District: Downtown Core, Central
- Alight at Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station (NS24 / NE6 / CC1) and take exit A
- Walk towards YMCA International House
- After YMCA International House, cross the road to arrive at National Museum of Singapore
Estimated walking distance: 500m
Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 7.00 pm, last entry at 6.30 pm
Recommended Duration: 2 hours
1. Citizens and Permanent Residents - Free
2. Children 6 years of age and below (All nationalities) – Free
3. Foreign Visitors (Adults) - $10.00
4. Foreign Visitors (Concessions for Students & Seniors aged 60 years and above and Persons
with disabilities - $5.00
Tel: +65 6332 3659 (10.00 am to 7.00 pm)