Loves: The building architecture that beholds as much history as art.
Our Advice: Join the free guided tours (1 hr). Head to B1 Concourse Tour Desk where registration opens 20 mins before each tour on a first come first served basis. Please check with the Tour Desk about guided tours on seasonal exhibitions.
Residing in two national monuments, former Supreme Court and City Hall, the National Gallery is a true testament of the modern lifestyle and culture of the island nation. Opened in 2015, one of the newest entrants to the city-state’s arts and cultural scene carries the distinction of being the world’s largest collection of Singaporean and Southeast art: a mind boggling 8000 exhibits.
Nicknamed the ‘Louvre of Asia’, its beautiful building architecture is an art exhibition by itself. National Gallery Singapore presents an eccentric mix of the past, the modern, and the future, all under one roof. Think of it more as time travel rather than a visit to a museum.
Address: 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
District: Downtown Core, Central
- Alight at City Hall MRT Station (EW13 / NS25) and take exit D
- Walk down and turn left at Coleman Street
- You will reach National Gallery Singapore after passing The Adelphi building
Estimated walking distance: 300m
Sunday to Thursday – 10.00 am to 7.00 pm (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
Friday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holidays – 10.00 am to 10.00 pm (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
Recommended Duration: 2 hours
Ticket Price - Free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents
Standard Ticket Price - $20 for Non-Singaporeans
Tel: +65 6271 7000